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12150 Boston Road
Boston , KY 40004
(502) 833-4671
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12497 Boston Road
Boston , KY 40004
(502) 833-4823
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Veterinarian, marathoner lived for racing - Tampabay.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Dr. Randall, who lived out her dreams of treating animals for a living and competing in marathon races, including 25 Boston Marathons and an Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii, died May 23 of breast cancer. She was 62. Dr. Randall stood 5-foot-5 and walked with assurance around 1,000-pound animals that could be unpredictable. At Tampa Bay Downs, she knew the horses and could communicate with them through touch and tone of voice. She sounded out jockeys and trainers for their opinions. "Part of her ability was that she was a runner, too," said Bob Paterno, a trainer at Tampa Bay Downs and her longtime companion. "She could tell the difference between a dangerous thing or if they are just a little stiff and sore. That's the difference between her and most people." The job required people skills, too. "You've got to look (owners) in the face and tell them their horse can't run," said Paterno, 62. "They respected her opinion." She embraced running with an equal zeal. Dr. Randall ran her first marathon in the 1980s. Soon sh...

Things to Do - LubbockOnline.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
LakeRidge United Methodist Church, 4701 82nd St. Call to register for free child care. 794-4015, ext. 556. Meditations for Relaxation — 7-8 p.m. J&B Coffee Upstairs Backroom, 26th Street and Boston Avenue. $10 or $5 for students. 787-2499. Taekwondo — 6 p.m. Maggie Trejo Center, 3200 Amherst St. All ages. First lesson free, $25 a month. 767-2705. NIA — 6-7 p.m., YWCA, 3101 35th St. Body and soul movement to music. 792-2723. Seated Yoga — 10:45 a.m. UMC Activities Center, 5217 82nd St. 783-8829. Thursday Beginning Children’s Clogging — 7:45-8:15 p.m. Christmann Academy of Dance, 3225 50th St. Ages 6 and older. $25 per month. 795-0108. Singing Plainsmen — 7:30 p.m. Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 10306 Indiana Ave. A barbershop chorus open to men of all ages who like to sing. 445-9119. Lubbock Area Square and Round Dance Federation — 7:30-9:30 p.m. LASRDF Dance Center, 2305 120th St. Solo Squares Square Dance Club. 799-1324, 799-6734. Taekwondo — 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. Maggie Trejo Center, 3200 Amherst St. All ages. First lesson free, $25 a month. 767-2705. Zumba — 5 p.m. Rawlings Community Center, 213 40th St. Ages teen and older. $20 monthly. 767-2704. T’ai Chi Chih — 8:30-9:30 a.m. YWCA, 3105 35th St. Suitable for all ages. 792-2723. The Father Factor — 6-7:30 p.m. Parenting Cottage, 3818 50th St. 795-7552. www.parentingcottage.com. friday Lubbock Area Square and Round Dance Federation — 8 p.m. LASRDF Dance Center, 2305 120th St. Levi and Laces Square Dance Club. 799-1324 and 799-6734. Belly Dancing — 10:45-11:45 a.m. UMC Activities Center, 5217 82nd St. No. 128. Come sparkle and jingle, any age adult. 783-8829. Fit N Strong — 1:30-2:30 p.m. UMC Activities Center, 5217 82nd St. Unit 128. Improve endurance, strength and reshape your body in this moderate-level class. 783-8829. Jazz and Hip Hop Dance — 5:30-7 p.m. Christmann Dance, 50th Street and Indiana Avenue. Ages 14 and older. $10 for one class or $15 for both. Jazz dance is from 5:30-6:15 p.m., and hip-hop is from 6:15 to 7 p.m. 548-4751. Jazzercise — 8:45 a.m. YWCA, 3101 35th St. All ages welcome. 794-3118. Line Dancing For Fun — 10:45 a.m. UMC Activities Center, 5217 82nd St. 783-8829. Mobility and Balance — 10:45 a.m. UMC Activites Center, 5217 82nd St. 783-8829. Zumba — 5:45-6:45 p.m. UMC Activities Center, 5217 82nd St. Unit 128. Any age adult. 783-8829. saturday Scrabble Club — 2 p.m. Market Street, 50th Street and Indiana Avenue. 543-8198. Restorative Yoga Classes — 10-11 a.m. Unitarian Church, 42nd Street and Canton Avenue. All ages and all levels. 797-5937. Get Fit — 9:30 a.m. UMC Activities Center, 5217 82nd St. 783-8829. Jazzercise — 9:05 a.m. YWCA, 3101 35th St. All ages welcome. 794-3118. Target Sheet Metal, 315 S. Loop 289. For anyone interested in learning about woodturning. David Hoehns, 798-2346. Simply Meditate — 10 a.m.-1 p.m. KMC, 6701 Aberdeen Ave. $10 or $5 for students and seniors. 787-2499. Sunday Meditation and Prayers for World Peace — 10:30-11:30 a.m. KMC-Texas-Lubbock, 6701 Aberdeen Ave., Suite No. 4. Meditation for everyone. Free. 757-2499.

Joseph Wych - Sioux City Journal

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Westover Field, Mass. He and his squadron were then sent to Mitchell Field in Long Island, N.Y., where the pilots and crews trained. On Dec. 29, 1943, he was among 8,000 troops who left Boston Harbor on the SS Argentina headed to the British Isles for the start of the buildup for the D-day Invasion. Joe received the rank of staff sergeant, serving in England, France, Belgium and Germany. For his service to his country, he was awarded six Bronze Service Stars, the Presidential Unit Citation Ribbon, World War II Victory Medal, Good Conduct Medal and Rifle Sharpshooter Badge. On Oct. 10, 1945, he and his crew left Marseille, France, to head back to the U.S. On Oct. 19, 1945, they arrived in Norfolk, Va. He was honorably discharged at Camp McCoy, Wis. Following the service, he returned to Washta and started farming with his parents until renting a nearby farm in 1947. It was during this time he met his future wife, Marg Daniel. He was united in marriage to Marg on June 10, 1947, at the Kingsley United Methodist Church. Marg and Joe moved to a farm near Cherokee, Iowa, for a short time before moving to their current homestead south of Akron in January of 1949. Marg passed away Sept. 3, 2011. Joe was a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church in Akron, the Hoschler American Legion Post 186 of Akron, and Plymouth County Farm Bureau. He was on the board of directors of the Akron Farmers Co-op for 12 years. He and Marg enjoyed several trips overseas to see relatives in England and Europe and other trips to Mexico and around the U.S. He and Marg enjoyed going to Akron High School sporting events for many years. They had been fans of Akron-Westfield sports for more than 60 years. Joe and Marg received the “Fan of the Year” award two times. They also served as parade marshals for the Homecoming celebration. Joe enjoyed bowling. He bo...

George K. McKinney, U.S. marshal - Baltimore Sun

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The son of a Morgan State University professor and Coppin State University registrar, Mr. McKinney was descended from slaves. He was born in Providence, R.I., and raised in Boston, Petersburg, Va., and Richmond, Va., where he graduated from college in 1952.After graduating from Morgan State University with a bachelor's degree in psychology in 1956, he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army. Mr. McKinney served with the 82nd Airborne Division as a master paratrooper, jump master and jungle expert, and completed tours of duty in Korea and the Panama Canal Zone and at Fort Bragg, N.C.After being discharged with the rank of captain in 1965, Mr. McKinney worked for a year as a classification and corrections officer at the Maryland State Penitentiary.From 1966 to 1968, he was a deputy U.S. marshal for the District of Maryland. When Vietnam anti-war protesters attempted to shut down the Pentag...

Business Digest for Saturday, June 23, 2012 - MetroWest Daily News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
HopkintonA Canadian-based seller of snowboards recently leased nearly 10,000 square feet of space in downtown Hopkinton for distribution of its products, according to Greater Boston Commercial Properties, which helped broker the lease. The company, Snowjam Snowboards LLC, will move to the Hopkinton site at 34 Hayden Rowe from a smaller space on Eliot Street in Ashland, according to a statement from Bret O’Brien of Greater Boston Commercial Properties, which represented the owner of the Hopkinton building. Snowjam was represented by Rick Kaplan of RE/MAX Executive Realty’s commercial division, according to the Worcester Business Journal.Boston health summit to honor Smith and OwensTwo Framingham residents, Dr. Philip Smith, a podiatrist  at the Whittier Street Health Center in Boston, and Edward Owens, president and CEO of Owners Movers in Everett, will be honored with a Health Champions Award on June 30 at the Whittier Street Health Center’s Men’s Health Summit. Smith and Owens are being honored for their commitment to promoting a healthy lifestyle. The summit takes place from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Whittier Street Health Center, 1290 Tremont St., Roxbury. For more information, call 617-989-3028 or visit wshc.org.Babson students launch businessesAs part of a requ...

Go to Nashville for a song and a weekend - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Benton’s ham at the pioneering farm-to-table restaurant, Margot ...you get the picture). One place we did get to was Batter’d & Fried Boston Seafood House (www.batteredandfried.com). We had a party of 10, which meant a wait on a Friday night. So we headed to the restaurant’s sister bar, Drifter’s, just up the hill. When our table was ready, Batter’d & Fried’s manager Josef not only tried our phone, but called the bar to let us know. I don’t think that’s ever happened to me before. (Page 3 of 3) Batter’d & Fried’s seafood-sushi menu is a unique experience and perfect for varying tastes. The oysters are highly recommended, as are the Pad Thai sushi roll and the Boston Cream Pie. But be prepared to share - it’s a lot of pie. The New: The Patterson House Yes, it gets its own category. I kind of wanted to hate this place, mainly because there was over an hour wait to get in and a curtain separated the dining/bar area from the small waiting area. It all felt a little too first class vs. economy for me. Too hipster. But I loved it. The creative bar is known for even more creative drinks and it serves them up with style. Emily, our mixologist for the evening, answered any question we had with knowledge and finesse and the Part and Parcel, with St. Germain, house-made grapefruit bitters and Prairie organic grapefruit vodka, she made me was so good I ordered another one. To avoid the wait and the overly hipster crowd, Emily suggested coming to Patterson (www.thepattersonnashville.com) on a weeknight. For the Kids Now, Nashville is great for a romantic getaway but it offers tons to do with kids too. A great spot, especially coming up in spring is the Nashville Farmers’ Market (http://nashvillefarmersmarket.org), which offers a wide array of cooking, food and music events throughout the year. The outdoor-indoor market is also a colorful and reasonably priced stop for lunch. I’m told by local mom Amanda Leuthard the zoo is also a pretty cool place, with its historic Grassmare farm and Jungle Gym, one of the largest community-built playgrounds in the country. And if you’re looking for a good restaurant for the kids after the zoo, Leuthard suggests Carniceria San Luis. The butcher shop/taqueria features big smokers out front, which translates to an incredible chicken dinner and amazing tamales, says Leuthard. A meal at Carniceria has become her family’s zoo tradition. If you stay closer to downtown and the Vanderbilt/Hillsboro area, give Fido a try. The eclectic eatery offers tons of vegetarian and meat options alike and is a perfect and reasonable brunch spot, and a favorite of celebs like Taylor Swift, who we saw munching yogurt and granola on one visit. Bosco’s is another great kid-adult option. It has a great beer selection and a good kids menu so it’s a win-win, says Leuthard. Much like Nashville itself.

Mauldin's Younginer makes Drive debut - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
The Greenville-Hickory series continues at Fluor Field Tuesday at 4:05 p.m. as part of a pro-college twin bill. Clemson and Furman will square off in the second game. Boston’s Rich Hill is expected to continue his rehab stint in Greenville by starting Tuesday for the Drive. Yeiper Castillo (0-0, 0.00) is scheduled to follow him on the mound.

Barnes gives Drive sizzling finish to trip - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
LEXINGTON, KY. — The transition to professional baseball continued to be seamless for Greenville Drive pitcher Matt Barnes on Wednesday. Barnes, the 19th overall pick in the MLB draft by the Boston Red Sox last summer, brought his professional scoreless streak to 16 innings, limiting Lexington to three hits in six innings while striking out nine to lead Greenville to a 4-2 victory at Whitaker Bank Park. The Drive (6-8) return to Fluor Field at 7:05 tonight on a two-game winning streak. Former Mauldin High star Madison Younginer is Greenville’s scheduled starter against the Augusta Gre...

Longtime sportscaster Dom Valentino dies at 83 - Newsday

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan, nine days after a choking incident left him unable to swallow, David Valentino said. Dom Valentino was born in Brooklyn and grew up in Hingham, Mass., outside of Boston. PHOTOS: Recent celebrity deaths OBITUARIES: Read all recent obituaries, and place death notices He was the play-by-play man for the Cincinnati Royals of the NBA. He moved with the team when it became the Kansas City-Omaha Kings in 1972. In 1975, he joined the New York Yankees' radio team, which included Phil Rizzuto. That year he also called games for the New York Nets, who were playing in the ABA with Julius Erving, and the NHL's Islanders. He also called games for the Oa...

Longtime sportscaster Dom Valentino dies at 83 - Newsday

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan, nine days after a choking incident left him unable to swallow, David Valentino said. Dom Valentino was born in Brooklyn and grew up in Hingham, Mass., outside of Boston. PHOTOS: Recent celebrity deaths OBITUARIES: Read all recent obituaries, and place death notices He was the play-by-play man for the Cincinnati Royals of the NBA. He moved with the team when it became the Kansas City-Omaha Kings in 1972. In 1975, he joined the New York Yankees' radio team, which included Phil Rizzuto. That year he also called games for the New York Nets, who were playing in the ABA with Julius Erving, and the NHL's Islanders. He also called games for the Oa...




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