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National Day Of Prayer Observed Locally This Thursday
National Day of Prayer festivities will be held this Thursday, May 5th
from 12Noon til 12:30 at the Courthouse in Downtown, Monticello.
Quilt Shoppe Benefit For Community Projects This Friday
The Contented Heart Quilt Shoppe fundraising yard sale for community
projects will be held this Friday from 7AM til 3PM near the doughboy in
Downtown, Monticello. Proceeds from this event will benefit community
projects.
Job Fair At Senture In Monticello Tuesday, May 3rd
If you are looking for a great job and a place to grow, attend a Job
Fair at Senture on Tuesday, May 3rd from 2 pm to 6 pm. Senture
is looking for Full-Time Inbound Customer Service Representatives.
The contracts we are hiring for have weekends off. If you possess
good computer skills along with strong communication and personal
skills, donít miss the job fair at Senture located at 4255 Highway 90
in Monticello. For more info, call 606-330-2404. Apply at
www.Senture.com. Senture is an equal opportunity employer.
Bell Elementary Mother - Child 5K Saturday, May 7th
Bell Elementary's 1st Annual Mother/Child 5K Fun Run/Walk will be held
Saturday, May 7th at 9AM. All children must be accompanies by an
adult. For more info - contact Bell Elementary.
Wayne County 4-H Tenderloin Lunch Sale Friday, May 6th
The Wayne County 4-H tenderloin lunch sale will be held on Friday, May
6th from 10:30 til 2:30 and again during the 4-H Carnival from 5 til 8PM.
Sack lunches cost five dollars and include a tenderloin sandwich, drink,
chips and dessert. Tenderloin sandwiches only, three dollars. You may
place orders in advance by May 5th. For more info - call 348-8453.
4-H Spring Carnival Coming Up Friday, May 6th
The 4-H Spring Carnival will be held Friday, May 6th from 5 til 8PM at
the Wayne County Extension Office, behind the Monticello Post Office.
The carnival includes lots of games - grilled tenderloin and hot dogs -
and a performance by the Waynetonians. Proceeds will support Wayne
County 4-H programs.
Partner Events With School Nutrition Services Dept
If you're hosting a summer camp or event, now is the time to contact
Wayne County Schools Nutrition Services Dept. The program provides
a free meal for children 18 years and younger. The summer food
service program welcomes youth camps, special youth events, and
vacation bible schools. Applications for the program must be received
no later than May 10th. A mandatory training session will be held May
18th. Fore more info - call 340-8684.
Third Thursday In Downtown Monticello Thursday, May 19th
The first of four Third Thursday 'free" summer concerts will be held
on Thursday, May 19th in Downtown, Monticello. John and David
Lyons will open the show at 6:30PM, and the headliner - Rapid
Transit will perform at 7:30PM.
The Farmers Market Is Now Being Held On Saturdays
The Farmers Market will be open this Saturday from 8 til 12Noon at the
Pavilion in Downtown Monticello featuring flowers, hanging baskets,
bedding plants and hand crafted items.
Russell Wayne Drug Court Recovery Walk Saturday, May 21st
Vendors are needed to set up at no charge for a fundraising recovery
walk in the fight against drug addiction on Saturday, May 21st from 1
til 4 at Memorial park in Monticello. Admission to the park and for the
dunking booth is non perishable food items and school supplies.

Collections will be divided between Russell and Wayne County Schools,
the Hope Center and God's Food Pantry of Russell Springs. For more
info - call 340-0236 or 307-8748.
Defensive Action Against Drugs Meets 4th Thursday
Defensive Action Against Drugs (DAAD) meets the fourth Thursday of
each month at 6:30PM at the ASPIRE Center. Anyone may attend the
meeting and help with and learn about substance abuse.
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