Thursday, July 17, 2014
Morehead will be officially recognized as a Trail Town at a ceremony on July 22nd at 10am at the Rowan County Arts Center. First Lady Jane Beashear will be there to officially designate Morehead as a Trail Town and to talk about the importance of Trail Towns to Kentucky Tourism. A reception will follow. If you have a t-shirt from Trail Fest, please wear it to the ceremony to show your support. We hope to see you there! For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/872529716108669/permalink/873607199334254/
Save the date! You are invited to attend Sustainable Morehead's 6th annual 100 mile potluck on Saturday, August 23rd at 6pm at the downtown community garden (corner of Bridge & Triplett streets). The 100 mile potluck is a gathering of people for fun and food who bring a dish made with ingredients mostly grown in a 100 mile radius. Bring a dish to share, your own plates and eating utensils. Beverages will be provided. Volunteers are needed to help with the following (email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up):
- pickup and setup of tables and chairs before potluck
- breakdown/return of tables and chairs after potluck
- pop-up tents/canopies to provide shade
- assist with grilling of beefalo burgers
We hope to see you there!
Links to handouts from Tuesday evening's meeting about changes on Rt 32 between Viking Drive and Park Hills Drive are posted below. The public is invited to provide comments on these proposed changes. Comments are due to Rachel Catchings <email@example.com> by August 1. Please consider advocating for bike lanes on paved shoulders (item 6), for rumble strips to be placed on the white line, and for bike lanes to be painted on the connector up to Viking Drive.
Improvements Under Consideration
Project Purpose and Need Statement
Greg and Linda Dike are having a party to launch their yak ranch on Saturday, July 26 at 3 pm. The ranch is located on Cub Run Road, which is located off of 1693 via 1274 off of 801. Directions are easiest by using GPS to find Cub Run Road. Once you turn on Cub Run, the ranch is 1/4 mile up on the left. Look for a sign near the road. There will be live Bluegrass music and a picnic including food and drinks. The amenities will include running water, a sink and compost toilet, but no electricity. The yaks will be behind fences, so no unwanted encounters. The new barn is sizable, and so a place for shade is available.
Monday, July 14, 2014
Friday, July 11, 2014
Join us for our next business meeting on Tuesday, July 15th at 7pm in Fellowship Hall at Morehead United Methodist Church. Agenda items will include the upcoming 100 mile potluck, which is scheduled for August 23rd. All members and those interested in learning more about Sustainable Morehead are invited to attend.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
The Second Sunday Bicycle Ride for July will be on Sunday, July 13th at 2pm. Meet in the Morehead Methodist Church parking for a ride around Morehead. Second Sunday bike rides are sponsored by Sustainable Morehead and Daniel Boone Rails to Trails.