Area Announcements

Class of 76 reunion

The Hazard High School Class of 1976 will be having their 4oth-ish class reunion at the Hazard Country Club on July 16 staring at 7 p.m. till 1 a.m. The Class of 1976 would like to invite all other classes to come and celebrate with them. For more information, please call 606-435-1506.

Co-Ed Softball League

A Co-Ed Softball League will be held at Perry County Park beginning Sunday, July 17 at 1 p.m. For more information contact Rick at 606-216-3013.

Free Football Camp

Free Football Camp, July 18 – 19 6-8 p.., Airport Gardens Football Field. PCC Coach Tom Larkey and staff and Middle School Coach TeWayne Willis and staff. This is a non-contact camp teaching fundamentals of offense, defense, and kicking. Camp is for kids grades 3rd-8th. Camp is fee and all participants will receive a T-shirt. Drinks and food will be provided. Come enjoy and learn about football!

MC Napier Class Reunion

Classes 1980-1995. Friday July 29th 6-11p.m. Paintsville Ramada Inn. Please join Facebook page: MC Napier Reunion Classes ’80-‘95. For more information or to purchase tickets. Contact Susan Couch Lowe (606) 854-7000

Hazard High School Orientation Schedule

Location: Forum

Tuesday, August 2.

12th Grade at 10 a.m.

11th Grade at 1 p.m.

Wednesday, August 3,

10th Grade at 10 a.m.

9th Grade at 1 p.m.

Summer Feeding Program

Perry County School’s Food Service Department is sponsoring the Summer Feeding Program once again this year. Summer Feeding provides FREE breakfast and lunch for ANY child 18 years of age and under, (they do not have to be from Perry County). We are looking for feeding sites to add to our program including churches, bible schools, youth groups, summer camps, or anyone else that may be interested. Please contact Makayla at the Perry County Food Service Dept at 436-8902 as soon as possible.

Air Force recruitment

It’s often said, “The more you learn, the more you earn.” The US Air Force wants you to keep learning when you graduate from high school. In fact, the Air Force turns your military training into college credit, to help you earn a college degree. To find out more, call Sergeant Ownby at 859-223-0235. This message brought to you by American’s Air Force and The Hazard Herald.

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