Pendleton County Night at NKU, December 1

Northern Kentucky Athletics
would like to invite all
Pendleton County residents
to the NKU vs. Morehead
State men’s basketball game
at 7 p.m. Saturday, December
2 for Pendleton County
Night! All Pendleton County
residents will receive a
discounted rate of just $5 a
ticket. Attached to this email
is the ticket/game day information.
Not only will Pendleton
County residents receive a
discounted rate, NKU will
be giving away logo flags
to the first 1,000 fans. It’s
also their 3rd annual Teddy
Bear Toss, where fans can
bring a teddy bear to toss
on the court at halftime for
a chance to win some great
prices! Along with a chance
to win prizes, the teddy
bears will be donated to a
local hospital/charity. It’s
also Shoot Around Saturday!
So anyone 6th grade and
younger can shoot around
on the floor and meet the
team after the game (posters
will be provided for autographs).
Tickets can be purchased
at the door with proof of
Pendleton County residency
or online in advance (recommended
to avoid lines).
Purchase tickets online at
http://bit.ly/pendletoncounty
by using the Promo
Code PENDLETON by
Friday, December 1. (Printing
tickets at home is highly
recommend to avoid will call
lines. Tickets not printed
three hours before the game
will be at the UPSTAIRS
will call. For select delivery
method please choose INET
WCall).
If you have any questions
or for more information,
please , feel free to call
Micki Ford at phone number
859-572-7848 or email
Fordm10@nku.edu

New Hope Center offers free services

New Hope Center offers free services
The New Hope Center offers free services for women who are
pregnant or are planning to have a child. These services
include: pregnancy tests, parenting classes for men and
women, baby items, referrals, and more! If you have questions
or for more information, please call 859-448-5868. The New
Hope Center is located at 707 W. Shelby St., Falmouth.

Antioch Mills Upward Evaluations, Dec. 2-9

Antioch Mills Upward Evaluations, Dec. 2-9
Antioch Mills Christian Church Upward Evaluations will be
held from 10 a.m. – 12 noon, December 2-9 at Antioch Mills
Christian Church. At evaluations you can sign up, pay, check
sizes of uniform and do the evaluation. The evaluation only
takes about 20 minutes and you only need to attend one
evaluation. Upward is for kids 4 years old – 6th grade. Cost
is $55, with shorts $70. Season will beginning at the beginning
of January. Practices are once a week and games are on
Saturdays. There are 8 weeks of games. For more information
about upward contact Antioch Mills Christian Church.

Blood Drive, Nov. 29

Blood Drive, Nov. 29
Residents are invited to be lifesavers at the upcoming Kentucky
Blood Center blood drive to be held from 2-4:30 p.m.
on Wednesday, November 29 on the KBC Bloodmobile at
Pendleton County High School at 2359 Hwy 27 North in
Falmouth. To schedule a donation call 1-800-775-2522.

Hope For The Holidays, To Be Held Nov. 19th.

Hope for the Holidays, an annual remembrance service that honors those who have passed away and offers support to grieving families, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, November 19 at Trinity Southern Baptist Church, 302 Broad Street, Falmouth, Ky. The speaker will be David Sugarbaker with special music performed by Michelle Faulkner and Penny Wolfe. This program is free and open to the public. Reservations are appreciated but not required. For more information, please call Woodhead Funeral Homes and Memorials at 859-654-3306 or 859-2345232 or email office@woodheadfuneralhome.com