Volunteer training for 5K is today
A final training session is set for 5:30 p.m. today for volunteers who would like to help with the Pro.Active for Life 5K May 18. The training/informational session will be held at the McClure Building on the corner of St. Clair and Main streets.
Organizers are looking for people who want to have fun and encourage others to be volunteers on race night.
Today’s meeting will last an hour or less. Time commitment for volunteers on race night is from 6 -7:45 p.m. All volunteers and family members are invited to enjoy the concert on the Old Capitol lawn following the race.
For more information, contact any of the following: Debbie Brown at 320-9168, Laura Leigh Goins at 682-6718, Paula Rutledge at 319-1281 or Randy Roberts at 352-3053.
Church planning fundraiser
A fundraiser to benefit the family of the late Tanko Samuel Nfor will be Saturday at 7 p.m. at Green Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 127 Green Hill Ave. Nfor died April 16.
The purpose of the event is to help the family with the cost of returning Nfor’s body to Cameroon, West Africa, and help pay for his wife and children to make the trip.
Donations can be sent in care of Green Hill Baptist Church/The Nfor family to the church. Receipts will be mailed back within three days.
Health Dept. holds rabies clinics
The Franklin County Health Department is pairing up with local veterinarians to offer several rabies vaccination clinics throughout May and June.
KRS 258.015 states that all dogs, cats and ferrets more than four months old are to have a current rabies vaccination. Vaccinations are $5 each. If a pet has previously been vaccinated, it can receive a 3-year rabies vaccine.
The clinic will be offered today at the FCHD Public Health Center, 851 East West Connector, 6-8 p.m., with Dr. Denis King from Frankfort Animal Clinic.
FPB plans cable interruptions
The Frankfort Plant Board will conduct cable upgrades that will cause service interruptions beginning Thursday. FPB will be terminating the use of an existing main line plant and activating a new plant that feeds all of Stoneleigh and South Scruggs Lane.
Due to the work in the area, customers will experience an outage of all cable-related services from approximately 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. This necessary maintenance will also cause a brief interruption in Governors Place Subdivision from 8-9 a.m.
Customers in parts of west Frankfort will also see a temporary service interruption between approximately 3-6 a.m. Friday. Some of the areas affected will be the 800 through 1000 blocks of Louisville Road, Leawood Drive, Thisleton and other areas of Collins Lane.