Operation Preparation is an advising session about careers and college readiness for 8th and 10th grade students in Kentucky. Students will have the opportunity to use their ILP with career interest inventories to guide them along their educational path. The scheduled sessions will provide time to discuss a student’s career aspirations, workforce skills and the courses required to prepare them for a successful future. Families will receive letters in the mail with additional information about appointment times for these advising sessions. If you have any questions please feel free to contact school counselors, Jamie Stickler (464-5005, Ext 5178) or Amy Johnson (464-5010, Ext 5131).
Monday, March 27, 2017 at LCHS for sophomores.
Thursday, March 30, 2017 at LCMS for eighth grade.
This project consists of recorded “fireside chat” sessions at the Lee County Public Library. Each Tuesday in April, attendees will sit around the fireplace and tell stories about what it was like to grow up in Lee County. Topics to discuss include: farming, town, life, industry, government, religion, technology and more. The Department of Sociology at Eastern Kentucky University will use keyword technology to catalogue these valuable stories and preserve them for the future. They will also be available online to the general public for genealogy research, classroom history enhancement or just for entertainment. If you can’t attend the sessions, hand-held recording devices will be available for checkout through the library. You can record up to ten hours on these devices.
Tuesdays at 6pm, starting April 4th, 2017
Come on out to the huge fourth of July celebration on Monday, July 4th at Happy Top Park in Beattyville, Ky. From 4pm to 8pm enjoy the splash park, play games, or have fun on the inflatable rides. Music in the amphitheater begins at 6:30 with Ethan from WSKV, the incredible Taylor Dye and her band at 8:00 p.m. with the final act belonging to the Avery Glen Crabtree Bank featuring talented vocalist, Jessica Begley Hall. Giant fireworks show at dusk. Hometown fun for all!!!!
Three Forks Historical Center will be selling concessions under the shelter.
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Beattyville will be hosting “Cruising on Main” the last Friday of each month from May through September. This Friday, June 24th, there will be music, inflatables, prizes and an outdoor movie, Zootopia. All the fun begins at 5:30 p.m. with the movie beginning at 9:00 p.m. Concessions will be sold by Lee County Youth Sports and a free meal will be provided to those 18 and under at 6:30. This event will be held on Main Street close to the Woolly Worm Barn.
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The TELEWORKSUSA Hub is open with the first training beginning on March 21st and continuing for a month, at which time a new opportunity to be trained to work from your computer will begin. Completion of this training means you are qualified to work for a company from your home computer or from the Beattyville Teleworks Hub. There will be an open house on March 30th if you want to know more about the HUB; physical address is 30 Railroad Street, Beattyville, Kentucky 41311 and the website is www.teleworksusa.com. Tracy Spencer is the Beattyville Hub Manager. Contact her at 606-216-6811 or firstname.lastname@example.org.