News briefs, May 30
Heritage Hospice cookbook
Heritage Hospice Volunteer Department is having a cookbook sale through the month of June. “Stirring Up Memories — Both Past and Present” contains over 440 recipes that have all been tested twice before they met our standards for publication. Along with informative and helpful sidebars, there are also recipes from Bed & Breakfasts and Businesses. Cookbooks are $15 each and all proceeds support the special works of Heritage Hospice, Inc. Cookbooks may be purchased at the Heritage Hospice office, 120 Enterprise Drive, Danville or call (859) 236-2425 to inquire further.
Danville Education Foundation — 6 p.m. May 30 at the Danville High School library.
Democratic Executive Committee — 5:30 p.m. Monday, June 4 at the Boyle County Public Library Community Room. All interested Democrats are invited.
In the story about Kentucky School for the Deaf’s graduation that printed in the May 26-27 weekend edition, part of a sentence referring to what John Slone said, the graduation’s key note speaker, was cut out. The sentence should have read: Slone also said when the seniors leave KSD and pursue their careers, they will probably encounter many people who have never met someone who is deaf.