News briefs and upcoming meetings, March 18
Boyle County Cooperative Extension District Board
Special called meeting, 5:30 p.m. Monday, March 22 at the Extension office. The agenda includes reviewing the Memorandum of Agreement with Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center to become a cooperating COVID-19 vaccination site.
Danville-Boyle County Planning & Zoning Commission
9 a.m. Wednesday, March 24 at Danville City Hall. It will be livestreamed on City of Danville YouTube channel. There will be public hearings for: Rebel Recreations LLC, site development plan amendment on 1.67 acres on 1455 Minor Road. The property is zoned Highway Business; Danville has filed an application to rezone 3.9 acres on South Second Street from Two-Family Residential to Central Business; and Steve and Francine Southerland have filed an application to rezone property at 128 Wilderness Road from Two-Family Residential to Central Business. Other agenda items include: William Mullen and Morgan Hayes have applied for approval to subdivide 30.6 acres on 1752 Parksville Crosspike and is zoned Agriculture; Danny Lynn has applied for approval to subdivide 12 acres at 6125 Lancaster Road which is zoned Agriculture; and William and Patricia Hundley have applied for approval to subdivide 12.59 acres on Nield Road and is zoned Agriculture.
Caring Friends have Valentine’s Day event
More than 34 Caring Friends participated in this year’s Valentine’s Day drive-thru event that was rescheduled later in the month. Each individual “social distanced” from their vehicle and were handed a free boxed lunch from Lee’s Famous Recipe and a bright red gift bag from the South District Baptist Association. Drive-thru events have become a way to hold events while maintaining social distancing during the pandemic. A good time of fellowship was enjoyed by all.
The next Caring Friends drive-thru will be Sunday April 11 from 12:30 – 1:00 p.m. at Lexington Avenue Baptist Church, in Danville.
Be watching for more details to come about this ministry for any widow or widower. There is no charge to be a member of this ministry. If you are a widow or widower and would like more information about this ministry and their future events, please call the South District Baptist office at 859-238-7628.
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