Carrollton, Ky.—VF Outlet, Inc. located in Carrollton will hold a new event called Day to Save, which will take place on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Day to Save was designed to provide nonprofit organizations a fun and easy way to raise money. Participating organizations will sell Day to Save coupons to the public for $5 each, keeping 100% of the proceeds. Each coupon is $10 off a $10 or more purchase and is valid Oct. 1 only at any VF Outlet location. Groups interested in participating should call Carrollton VF Outlet (502)-732-6666.
After spending time in the hot afternoon sun picking vegetables from my friends’ garden, I wasn’t up to spending a lot of time in the kitchen. However, I had some nice vegetables I don’t have in my garden that would make a lovely meatless dinner.
Now, I must admit, I am not very good about eating meals without some form of meat. I grew up with grandparents having a big farm and every year we had freshly butchered beef and pork that went directly into our freezer.
It started with a calico kitten dodging vehicles on Hwy. 227 and the Battle of the Banks was born.
Anna Skirvin left her teller station at First National Bank of Carrollton to help a defenseless kitten find safety. She called Carroll County Animal Support President Sherry Stamper to see if someone could foster the kitten. CCAS members Cheri Martin and Robin Caldwell Welch drove over to pick up the kitten and proceeded to the veterinary office as the kitten was ill and malnourished.
Carroll County Pool end of summer bash is 5:30-10:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 3. Admission is $1, with free gifts for the first 100 paying customers. Entertainment includes a D.J., concessions, inflatable slide and swimming. The movie “Secretariat” begins at dark. Season passes do not apply for this event.
U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management holds a Wild Horse and Burro Adoption 2-7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4 and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at Gatewood Arena, 4470 Jonesville Road, in Dry Ridge.
Adoption is first come first served.
For information, call 1-866-7826 or visit blm.gov.