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UK Offers Hunger Studies Certificate

  (UK)–University of Kentucky students can now receive a certificate in Food Systems and Hunger Studies. The undergraduate certificate is offered by the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment and is open to any undergraduate UK student, regardless of major. “Students completing the certificate will have the basic knowledge and skills necessary to provide…

Do You Want to Live to Be 100?

(PR Newswire)–University of Phoenix today announced that 59 percent of U.S. adults say there are too many unknowns about old age to make it worth living to 100 years old. September is Healthy Aging Month, a time dedicated to recognizing the positive aspects of growing older and making the most of golden years, and University of Phoenix is seeking…

Online Registration Open for VASK

 Online registration is now open for the 2018 VA5K run/walk to be held on Sunday, Nov. 4 on the grounds of the Lexington VA Medical Center located at 2250 Leestown Rd. Race day activities begin at 10 a.m. and the race starts at noon. As in previous years, one hundred percent of the proceeds from…

Voter Registration Day Sept. 25

National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 25, 2018.  Kentucky Protection & Advocacy, as a member of REV-UP Kentucky (a non-partisan, cross-disability coalition of organizations and interested citizens who advocate for full political participation for Americans with disabilities, empowers people to exercise their rights), announces a list of non-partisan voter registration booths across the Commonwealth.  The goal…

Veterans Art Exhibit

(KY Arts Council)–Military veterans may have put down their rifles, but the Kentucky Arts Council is asking them to pick up their brushes, pencils and other art tools to participate in an exhibit that features and honors their service. The arts council seeks artwork from veterans and their spouses and children for The Kentucky Veteran Project…

Kentucky Flu Shot Day is Sept. 26

 “Focus on Flu” is a statewide campaign launched in Frankfort today to prevent another epidemic-level flu season like the one last year that hit every region of the state, infected 10,500 Kentuckians and led to the deaths of 325 people, including five children.[i] The campaign urges Kentuckians to get their flu shots on Kentucky Flu Shot…

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