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Mail: 486 West Second St , Lexington, Ky 40507


Steer Clear

Euclid Ave. will be blocked from Lexington Ave. to S. Limestone thru Tuesday, August 31, 24 hours a day to install a tunnel under the street.

The following intersections will be reconstructed, continuing thru Friday, August 27:

Southland Dr. at Rosemont Garden;
Moore Dr. at Nicholasville Rd.;
Stone Rd. at Clays Mill Rd.

Lexington Has No Room For poverty

On September 3, the Living Wage Campaign will host a rally to send a message to Washington that Central Kentucky has NO ROOM FOR POVERTY. Over 80 people will leave from the rally on two buses to attend a National Rally on NO ROOM FOR POVERTY and will carry this message with them. The picnic and rally will be held on September 3, 2004 from 12:00pm to 3:00pm

The event will be held at Douglass Park on Georgetown Street in Lexington. The rally will have speakers, food, music and lots of spirit. For more information, call 233.4600.

Lend A hand At Latitude

You may remember that a year ago the artist Beverly Baker was denied transportation by Medicaid from her home in Versailles to Latitude here in Lexington.At the time Latitude put out a call for people traveling this route daily asking if they might be able to give Beverly a ride; there were many responses and soon Beverly was back at Latitude producing the type of art work featured in last week’s Ace Weekly and currently on display at the Lexington Arts and Cultural Council.

After some time Beverly’s mother (retired) was able to provide transportation for Beverly herself, and she did so until last week when unfortunately she required surgery. The surgery has left Beverly without a ride to Latitude for at least six weeks. Latitude is asking our community if they can give us/Beverly a hand with this.

Beverly currently attends Latitude Mon.- Fri. from 8:30am - 4:30pm. Latitude understands that someone commuting to Lexington may not be able to transport at those specific times, but currently they are going with the idea that anytime Beverly can attend is better than none at all.

Latitude is located at 167 Saunier St. in downtown Lexington. (near Victorian Square) if you think you may be able to help, or if you know of someone you think may be able to help please call or email Bruce or Crystal at 859/806-0195.

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