Thousands of landowners across Kentucky have received state assistance through the Kentucky Soil Erosion and Water Quality Cost Share program. This program assists landowners with implantation of best management practices to preserve the soil and water resources on their property.
Since the program began, more than $113 million has been approved for use in all of Kentucky’s 120 counties. The sign up period for upcoming projects has been announced as Feb. 1-28.
Kroger Relay for Life team will have a bake sale and a raffle for a six-foot University of Kentucky Christmas tree, Saturday, Feb. 19, starting at 10 a.m. Tickets for the Christmas tree raffle will be on sale $1 for one ticket or $5 for six tickets.
Just a reminder that the Cutie Pie Contest will end Feb. 14, so please get to Kroger and vote for the cutie pie of your choice.
A photo of the winners will be taken and trophies will be awarded for both boys and girls on Feb. 19.
All proceeds from these events will go to the American Cancer Society.
As I may have mentioned in a previous column, I am trying to master the technique of preparing recipes based on exactly what I have in my pantry and refrigerator. It isn’t easy, however, it is becoming a lot of fun for me.
When I used to work as a nurse, it was not unusual for a doctor to go shopping in our sample supply cabinet. We used to laugh a lot about that because the doctor would go through each shelf and place items in a little brown paper bag. It was fun to watch because we knew that he/she was doing everything to help cut costs for the patient.