A Passport Fair will take place on Feb. 25 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Hazard Main Post Office. The event is to help people learn more about travel requirements for U.S. citizens or to apply for your U.S. passport. For more information on passports, please visit travel.state.gov
Perry County Retired Teachers Meeting
Perry County Retired Teachers Meeting Thursday, March 2, 1:30 p.m. at New Hope Christian Center. New Retirees and Grandparent of the Year Essay Winner will be recognized.
Miss/Mr Eastern Kentucky Pageant Saturday, March 11, 2017 Time: 2:00 Quality Inn (Ball Room) 200 Dawahare Dr. Hazard, Ky 41701. For additional information Email: [email protected]
Tea Party is March 25 – hosted by women’s club and ARH
Come out for the fun when the Hazard-Perry County Women’s Club will hold its annual Tea Party on Saturday, March 25 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Hazard ARH Medical Mall. Hazard ARH is co-sponsor of the event.
Tickets can be obtained from any Women’s Club member, or by calling 487 3265, or by visiting Harmony House, Sena’s or the Decorating Center.
Business Professional Woman and Mother of the Year applications
The Hazard-Perry County Women’s Club will present two awards at its Saturday, March 25 tea party – one for Businessman Professional Woman of the Year and the other for Mother of the Year. Applications are being accepted now and the deadline is Wednesday, March 15.
Nominee must live in Perry County. Send your letter of nomination that tells about the woman’s contributions to: Hazard-Perry County Women’s Club, P.O. Box 1225, Hazard, KY 41702.
InVision Hazard Building Inventory
InVision Hazard is a citizens’ group interested in the revitalization of downtown Hazard. Our group is helping with economic development and tourism initiatives by creating an inventory of buildings and structures downtown. We do not have any authority to value property or increase taxes. The purpose is to create an accurate assessment of buildings downtown. How much retail space is available, how many apartments are available, how much office space is available? What are the rental rates? This information can be shared with potential tenants and business looking to relocate to downtown. It can also be used to entice businesses to our area by indicating space is available. In the following weeks, we will be interviewing property-owners downtown in order to gain this information.
People with experience in economic development, downtown revitalization, and building construction have recommended all the questions we are asking. We hope property owners will help us by considering all of our questions and giving us the best answers possible.
In March, we will invite community members to a meeting to discuss how the area can best be revitalized. We would greatly value the input of property owners.