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While their office lobbies remain closed, South Kentucky RECC is still providing quality service to its members. Drive-thru locations are open to accept payments; for any other type of service call your local office OR (800) 264-5112.
 
Please know that SKRECC is NOT calling members demanding payment and threatening disconnect. Should you get a call like this, please hang up and call your local office. NEVER give personal or financial information to anyone that calls you! Do not be a victim of a scam! 

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Russell County Judge Exec. Gary D. Robertson and the Russell County Fiscal Court in conjunction with the Feeding America, Kentucky's Heartland program, will be giving out commodities on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at the First Baptist Church located at 392 E Hwy 80 (across from the Dollar General Store) beginning at 12:00pmCT until all commodities are given away. This will be DRIVE-THRU ONLY!  NO ONE WILL BE PERMITTED TO GET OUT OF THEIR CAR. For more information, please contact the office of Judge Robertson at 270-343-2112.
 

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For the safety of clientele and staff, beginning June 1, 2020 the Adair County Extension Office is open by appointment only.  To schedule an appointment, you may contact the Extension Office by calling 270-384-2317. Clientele may continue to submit soil samples, plant samples or any other applicable items now that the office is transitioning to phase one of reopening. Protect yourself and others by wearing a face mask or cloth mask while visiting our Extension facility. 
 

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The 34th Annual Catch A Rainbow Kids Fishing Derby scheduled for June 6, 2020, at the Wolf Creek National Fish Hatchery has been postponed. Due to federal, state and local guidelines in place for COVID-19, and with the utmost consideration for the health and well being of the public, volunteers and staff, this is the safest decision for all. It was very hard to postpone an event that has been going for 34 years and enjoyed by so many people. Catch A Rainbow typically has around 1,400 participants, ages 1-15. Including volunteers, parents, etc. the entire crowd is around 3,500. Participants attend from many communities across Kentucky, as well as many other states. 
 
For more information visit our website at http://www.fws.gov/southeast/wolf-creek/ or our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/WolfCreekNFH/ 
 
 

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The Russell County Public Library announces that curbside service has resumed and patrons can call the library at 270-343-READ to reserve items that they would like to pick up Monday through Friday between 9:00am and 4:00pmCT. Curbside pick-up is a contactless service where the safety of both you and the library staff are of the most importance. If you have items currently checked out, you may return them in the book drop located at the back of the library’s parking lot. Due dates have been extended for several weeks into the future and no overdue fines will be charged during this time, so the library encourages patrons not to rush or worry about returning items unless you feel it is absolutely necessary. The library building is still closed to in-person services and will remain closed until given further direction from the Kentucky Department of Libraries & Archives and the Governor’s Office. 
 

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The Bassmaster Fishing Tournament scheduled for May 5-9, 2020 has been postponed. They are looking at a date for the Fall of 2020. 
 

 

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Russell Springs, KY – In an effort to help keep its volunteers and patrons healthy during the recent coronavirus pandemic, the Russell County Arts Council has made necessary changes to its 2020 season slate of productions at the Historic Star Theater.
 
“The Russell County Arts Council regretfully announces the postponement of Fairytale Courtroom, scheduled for April 2020. We will have no performance in April,” said Arts Council President David Smith. “Any risk is too great for our patrons, cast and crew.” 
 
Fairytale Courtroom, a children’s theater production, will tentatively be rescheduled for August. Directed by Kasey Hoskins of Russell Springs, the play features approximately 40 area children and teens. Additionally, some plans are under way for different performance in June. 
 
“We have some plans and possibilities for a performance in June but the virus will dictate if and what kind of performance we have,” Smith said.
 
While the details of the 2020 season are currently dependent upon the impact the coronavirus has on the community, one thing is certain. The effort and dedication of Hoskins, her cast and crew are not unnoticed and their willingness to refocus their efforts for the well-being of volunteers and patrons is appreciated.
 
“We give great thanks and appreciation to Kasey Hoskins, her cast and crew for their work in preparing to open this month,” Smith said. “We will save our applause for a later date.”
 
Dependent upon the impact of COVID-19 in the area this summer, details of a performance scheduled for June will be announced accordingly.
 

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Barn Lot Theater in Edmonton, KY has made changes for the safety of their patrons, volunteers and staff. 

 

  • Effective immediately Barn Lot Theater offices will be closed until further notice.
  • Barn Lot Bingo #0797 will be closed until further notice. 
  • The Real Story of Little Red Riding Hood will be moved to this Fall in place of Monster in the Closet. 
  • Faith County II will be canceled for this season and moved to our 2021 Season. 
  • Arsenic and Old Lace auditions will be moved to a later date. 
  • Jesus Christ Superstar’s 1st rehearsal is postponed until further notice. 


Once we have resumed normal operations, we will be personally contacting ticket holders to make arrangements for tickets of canceled productions. Keep an eye out for updates on our social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & barnlottheater.org) as Barnlot Theatre continues posting to make sure everyone is aware of these changes. 

 

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SEEDS OF HOPE is a non-profit organization looking to spread the love and gospel of Jesus Christ. They are looking for help in spreading the word of this new organization so that together they can continue to spread God's love throughout RUSSELL COUNTY and the community!
 
If you know of an organization or individual who could benefit from this OR if you would like to get involved, call 270-866-5525 or email seeds.of.hope.rc@gmail.com. The group meets at the office of Joy Fletcher on Main Street in Russell Springs. The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 6th, 2020 at 5:00pmCT.
 

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