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Grimes to speak at Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in Murray
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes has attended Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in past years.
Grimes to speak at Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in Murray

MURRAY - Alison Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky's Secretary of State, will keynote the 2018 annual Purchase Area Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner on Friday, June 15.

Grimes will be joined by Kentucky Democratic House leader Rocky Adkins at the event, slated for the Murray University Curris Center.

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Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles to Emcee Fancy Farm Political Speaking
Mark Wilson, political speaking chair, has seen a lot of Fancy Farm speeches. 2018 Ryan Quarles will be the ringmaster.
Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles to Emcee Fancy Farm Political Speaking

(Fancy Farm, KY) This year, on the first Saturday of August, one of the country's best known political events will be emceed by the nation's youngest Statewide elected official. Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles will act as ringmaster for the 138th annual St. Jerome Catholic Church Picnic's political speaking.

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Community and Regional News

Hands On History at Wickliffe Mounds State Historic Site

WICKLIFFE, Ky - (June 2, 2018) -- Family-friendly activities related to archaeology, Mississippian Native American culture and the natural environment will be offered on Saturdays through the summer at Wickliffe Mounds State Historic Site.

Each "Hands On History Saturday" activity will be demonstrated by park staff for visitors of all ages and will include games, pottery, baskets, bow and arrows, gourds and more. Each session will be from 10 a.m. to noon.

Saturday August 11 - Pottery ($1 materials fee)

Discover how Native Americans of the Mississippian culture made pottery. Make and take home a pinch pot. Program for ages 5 and up.

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