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December 21, 2014

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Register now for next regional competition

Triple Threat Productions, in partnership with The Center for Rural Development, presents Studio Dance, All-Star Cheer & Dance Competition on Jan. 16-18 at The Center.

Get organized with QuickBooks

As business owners are busily preparing for the start of a new year, The Center for Rural Development is providing QuickBooks training to help small- and medium-sized businesses get organized in 2015 and ready for tax time.

Coming in February: The Coasters

Tickets are now on sale for the Center Stage LIVE! concert performance of The Coasters on Feb. 27, at The Center for Rural Development.

School Time Theatre performance

The adventures of Percy Jackson in “Lightning Thief” is the next School Time Theatre performance.

Record crowd attends tree lighting

One of the largest crowds in history helped The Center for Rural Development usher in the holiday season Monday night at its annual Spirit of Giving Tree Lighting and Holiday Celebration.

Spirit of Giving coat drive under way

With the holidays just around the corner and winter weather arriving sooner than expected, many local children and families are in desperate need for warm winter coats.

EIEA recipient Cassie Hudson celebrates win

Representatives of the Excellence in Entrepreneurship Awards (EIEA) sponsoring partners joined 2014 award recipient Cassie Hudson to celebrate her work with Partnership Housing Inc. at an EIEA Hometown Event in Owsley County.

Deadline for applications is Jan. 31st

The Center for Rural Development is accepting applications now through Jan. 31 for the 2015 summer session of the Rogers Scholars youth leadership program.

2014 EIEA winners announced at awards luncheon

Entrepreneurs are innovators, creative thinkers, and risk takers often defying the odds to turn their dreams into reality. Small business owners and entrepreneurs working to grow the region’s economy were recognized at the 2014 Excellence in Entrepreneurship Awards (EIEA) luncheon.

Sign up for these RDPC courses

Recent outbreaks, the emergence of drug-resistant diseases and the potential threat of bioterrorism have pushed the need to re-examine isolation & quarantine (I&Q) preparedness. Modern conditions have left many responders, especially in rural and remote communities, without the knowledge and training they need for activating or coordinating aid for isolation and quarantine response. Although certain […]

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