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December 2, 2021

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Register now for Grant Writing 101 workshop

Learning how to write a compelling grant proposal at Grant Writing 101 on Oct. 15 at The Center for Rural Development.

Rogers Scholars Award named for Al Cornett

The Center for Rural Development’s Rogers Scholars Program has named its leadership award after well-known Cumberland resident, Al Cornett. Dr. W. Bruce Ayers, Chairman of The Center’s Board of Directors, said that Mr. Cornett, a 96-year old WWII veteran, was being honored for having built and donated two dulcimers annually for over fifteen years to […]

School Time Theatre: Peter Pan

The Center for Rural Development, in partnership with Lake Cumberland Performing Arts, proudly presents the 2019-20 School Time Theatre performing arts series. This season’s lineup includes live performances that’s sure to educate and entertain students of all ages. Each performance is presented by a cast of professional actors from some of the leading theatre companies […]

Sneak peek of Ken Burns’ new film Country Music on Aug. 29

The Center for Rural Development is excited to serve as the host site for KET’s exclusive sneak peek at Ken Burns’ new documentary Country Music on Thursday, Aug. 29, in Somerset.

Shop with us on Saturday at Fall into Cash yard sale

Come shop with us at The Center for Rural Development’s Fall into Cash Community Yard Sale on Saturday.

Newest art exhibit

Photographer Carrie Mofield shares nature’s beauty and country life in rural Pulaski County in The Center for Rural Development’s newest art exhibit.

Becoming Your Best in the Workplace training

Laurel County is the next off-site location for a half-day morning training session on Sept. 26 at Jackson Energy Cooperative

Cake artistry inspired by painting class

Lisa Nicholas was so inspired by our painting class that she created a three-tiered cake

Essential Work Skills training

Unemployed and underemployed individuals can now receive financial assistance for work skills training  The Center for Rural Development is providing essential work skills training classes and financial assistance for unemployed and underemployed individuals in 14 Kentucky coal-impacted counties. The classes include workforce skills training in Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, Learning to Lead, and Time Management & […]

Now offering fiber optic courses

The Center for Rural Development, in partnership with the KCTCS schools, invites you to continue your education by attending one or more of these Certified Fiber Optics (CFO) training courses, to help you become the most qualified in your field!

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