Old Fashion Days vendors sought
GREENUP - Greenup Old Fashion Days officials are looking for additional vendors for the festival on Oct. 4 through 6.
Interested vendors, particularly merchandise vendors, may call Greenup County Tourism at (606) 834-0007.
Festival pageant entrants sought
ASHLAND - The Poage Landing Days Beauty Pageant Committee is accepting applications for its 11th annual Beauty Pageant on Sept 15.
The contest is for girls ages infant through 21 and boys ages infant through 6. Applications are available for download at poagelandingdays.com or may be picked up at the following locations: Mudpyz & Butterflyz Consignment and Boutique, Lara’s Formals, Ashland Area Convention and Visitors Bureau and Melanie’s Custom Bows, all on Winchester Avenue.
Applications are also available at Angie’s Action Wear and Kady B’s Boutique in Catlettsburg and Wilma’s in the Kyova Mall.
Entrants must be residents of Kentucky, Ohio or West Virginia.
For more information, call Kathy Hampton at (606) 369-3549 or (606) 739-5120 or Cecilia Lambert at (740) 533-7258.
Habitat cruise-in will be Sept. 14
FLATWOODS - Greenup County Habitat for Humanity will host a Second Friday Cruise-In at McDonald’s in Flatwoods on Sept. 14.
The monthly event is held on the Food Fair parking lot at 2133 Argillite Road. Admission is free.
Participants can register cars, trucks, motorcycles and other types of vehicles for a $5 donation, beginning at 5 p.m. All makes, models and years are welcome.
Registered participants are eligible to win door prizes, courtesy of McDonald’s and John Clark Oil. Prizes include $25 gas gift cards, which will be given away every 15 minutes between 6 and 8 p.m.
Raffle tickets for a unique, handcrafted item donated by Roger Madden of Russell will also be sold. Madden has created a cut silhouette of a car with the words “Hot Rod Shop” on an old vinyl “Dead Man’s Curve” record. The drawing for the framed item will be Oct. 12 at the last seasonal Cruise-In. Winners do not have to be present.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (606) 836-0421, or look for the organization on Facebookbook.
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