Scenes from Black Gold 2016


In honor of Perry County’s first responders, AmeriCorps set up a booth to show their support and have the community sign poster boards with thanks. Pictured here are: Elizabeth De’Hart, Kayla Stacy, Aleyna Chandler, Tarrisa Hall and Corey Brian.


Photos by TJ Caudill | Hazard Herald The Black Gold Festival kicked off on Thursday and lasted till Saturday. Many food and craft booths were set up.


The Black Gold Committee set up their headquarters under the picnic area near city hall. Pictured here is Terry Feltner, one of the committee members.


Students from Hazard High School showed their support for the chorus program.


The Fallen Kings auctioned off a pistol, shotgun and a handcarfted knife for “Christmas for Kids.”


In honor of Perry County’s first responders, AmeriCorps set up a booth to show their support and have the community sign poster boards with thanks. Pictured here are: Elizabeth De’Hart, Kayla Stacy, Aleyna Chandler, Tarrisa Hall and Corey Brian.

Photos by TJ Caudill | Hazard Herald

The Black Gold Festival kicked off on Thursday and lasted till Saturday. Many food and craft booths were set up.

The Black Gold Committee set up their headquarters under the picnic area near city hall. Pictured here is Terry Feltner, one of the committee members.

Students from Hazard High School showed their support for the chorus program.

The Fallen Kings auctioned off a pistol, shotgun and a handcarfted knife for “Christmas for Kids.”

In honor of Perry County’s first responders, AmeriCorps set up a booth to show their support and have the community sign poster boards with thanks. Pictured here are: Elizabeth De’Hart, Kayla Stacy, Aleyna Chandler, Tarrisa Hall and Corey Brian.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_AmeriCorps-1.jpgIn honor of Perry County’s first responders, AmeriCorps set up a booth to show their support and have the community sign poster boards with thanks. Pictured here are: Elizabeth De’Hart, Kayla Stacy, Aleyna Chandler, Tarrisa Hall and Corey Brian.

Photos by TJ Caudill | Hazard Herald The Black Gold Festival kicked off on Thursday and lasted till Saturday. Many food and craft booths were set up.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_BlackGold2016-1.jpgPhotos by TJ Caudill | Hazard Herald The Black Gold Festival kicked off on Thursday and lasted till Saturday. Many food and craft booths were set up.

The Black Gold Committee set up their headquarters under the picnic area near city hall. Pictured here is Terry Feltner, one of the committee members.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_BlackGoldTent-1.jpgThe Black Gold Committee set up their headquarters under the picnic area near city hall. Pictured here is Terry Feltner, one of the committee members.

Students from Hazard High School showed their support for the chorus program.
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_HHSChorus-1.jpgStudents from Hazard High School showed their support for the chorus program.

The Fallen Kings auctioned off a pistol, shotgun and a handcarfted knife for “Christmas for Kids.”
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_FallenKings-1.jpgThe Fallen Kings auctioned off a pistol, shotgun and a handcarfted knife for “Christmas for Kids.”
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