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July 13, 2020

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Painting class starts on May 28

The Center for Rural Development’s Your Own Painted Canvas – Where Fun Meets Art Explore your creative side in The Center for Rural Development’s new Painting Classes! Our award winning instructor, Jeremy Scrimager, will guide you through creating your own version of the monthly featured painting. We provide everything needed, along with the clean-up, so […]

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!

Kentucky Fried Secrets Cooking Class on May 7

The Center for Rural Development’s Kentucky Fried Secrets Cooking Class May 7 | 6:30-8:30 PM | $25 adults & $15 children (ages 5 and above) There’s no secret about it. Who doesn’t love fried chicken? Chef Mete Sergin will demonstrate how to make some of the best fried chicken ever, along with some delicious Southern […]

Houseboat vacation winner announced

Carolyn Huffman of Metcalfe County is the winner of a houseboat vacation on Lake Cumberland

Support our youth programs on KY Gives Day

Show your support for Rogers Scholars, Rogers Explorers, and Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute on Kentucky Gives Day.

Workforce training courses

Get started building your career and workforce training skills at our Business & Community Training Center.

Now accepting ARC KY-Flex-E-Grant proposals

The Center for Rural Development, in partnership with the Kentucky Department for Local Government (DLG) and the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), is accepting grant proposals for the 2019 KY-ARC Flex-E-Grant program.

The Center for Rural Development is now accepting online applications for the 2019 Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute (ELI)

The Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute’s purpose is to develop future business leaders and entrepreneurs in Southern and Eastern Kentucky. High school freshmen, sophomores and juniors from throughout The Center’s 45-county service area are encouraged to apply.

Rogers Scholar alumnus joins The Center for Rural Development to build a brighter future

Sarah Smith, a 2004 graduate of The Center for Rural Development’s Rogers Scholars program, has recently joined The Center as a Marketing Coordinator with a focus on fiber. Smith is an example of how the Rogers Scholars program is helping to build a brighter future for rural Kentuckians.

Grant Writing 201 Workshop: May 2

Do you want to write a grant or have you written one that was not funded? Whether it’s to a federal source or a foundation, knowing the steps to formulating a grant application is key to achieving funding.

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