Williamsburg, Ky. - Mountain Outreach will be holding its annual Kid's Gift Day from 1 - 4 p.m. this Saturday, November 19, at the Mountain Outreach warehouse located off Highway 25W in Hutton Woods subdivision in Emlyn.
The purpose of the event is to provide children the opportunity to pick up gifts for their parents. Gifts are free. For more information, contact Mountain Outreach at (606) 4346.
Williamsburg, Ky. - Mountain Outreach will be holding its annual Holiday Gift Day beginning at 8 a.m., Saturday, December 3, at the Mountain Outreach warehouse located off Highway 25W in Hutton Woods subdivision in Emlyn.
Those who wish to participate must bring proof of income, as well as proof of the number of children living in the home by providing a birth certificate, social security card or medical card for each child.
Williamsburg, Ky. - University of the Cumberlands will showcase the Chorale, directed by UC Professor of Music Dr. David Etter, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, November 18, in the Nell Moore Recital Hall of the Grace Crum Rollins Fine Arts Center on campus. They will also be featured in the upcoming annual television production, Our Gift to You, seen on stations throughout the region.
Williamsburg, Ky. - Join your friends, family, and neighbors to sing the season into our midst. University of the Cumberlands invites everyone to attend its annual Hanging of the Green at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, November 28, in Gatliff Chapel on campus.
Williamsburg, Ky. - University of the Cumberlands' Speech and Debate Team took top honors at the Collegiate Forensics Association's fall tournament held at Shepherd College, with thirteen colleges and universities competing from five states. Cumberland won over fifteen awards, most ever at a Collegiate Forensics Association Tournament attended by the University.
Great athletes tend to be forgotten. Very few people know the greatest athlete of the 20th century. Jim Thorpe, a man, who won Olympic gold in both the decathlon and pentathlon, played basketball, baseball and football professionally, was a national champion ballroom dancer, and excelled at virtually ever sport imaginable.
Williamsburg, Ky. - Chuck Smith walks to school. On mornings when he is running late, he jumps onto his Honda UTX 1800 motorcycle and cruises onto University of the Cumberlands' campus. One might think Smith is a student, but Dr. Melvin (Chuck) Smith is actually the most recent professor added to the history and political science department.
Williamsburg, Ky. - The name Baptist Campus Ministries implies an organization dedicated to serving the campus on which it is located. For University of the Cumberlands' chapter, service to the campus is a given, but the organization is equally well known for its service to the community and surrounding areas. Through various outreach programs, BCM extends its light into places far outside the reach of the University's campus.
Williamsburg, Ky. - Come see the fall colors. University of the Cumberlands invites the public to enjoy the vibrant Ross and Gerry Show, the exhibited art work of Ross Zirkle and Gerald Ferstman, November 18 through December 16, in the J. M. Boswell Gallery of the Andersen Building on campus.
The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. is to present the Kentucky Ballet Theatres The Nutcracker at 3 p.m., Sunday, November 20, at the Betty J. Hamilton Center for the Performing Arts, Corbin High School, Corbin, Ky. Season tickets are available at the door or any time before the concert. They can be purchased individually, students $15 and adults $30, or by families, $75. Larger packages are available.