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Film Screening by "Breaking the Bronze Ceiling" to Celebrate Women's Equality Day in Lexington, KY

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Special Screening of "Suffragette" Presented by Breaking the Bronze Ceiling to Celebrate Women's Equality Day 2018

Assoc of National Park Rangers - Ranger Rendezvous 41, Nov 7-11, 2018, Bowling Green, KY

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Ranger Rendezvous 41: Exploring New Depths

November 7-11, 2018  
Holiday Inn University Plaza
Bowling Green, Kentucky

The 41st Ranger Rendezvous will have opportunities to learn about field work in the National Park Service, current conservation issues, and for conversation with rangers from across the United States.

Serpent Handling and the Church of the Firstborn in Middlesboro, Kentucky

Since 1990 I have attended in Middlesboro, Kentucky, various church Homecomings of the Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus Name, a Pentecostal Holiness church. The members of this church include, as a part of their faith, their belief in the religious ritual of serpent handling, even though the use of any reptile in any religious service was legally prohibited by the State of Kentucky in 1940. This church was founded by Thomas Coots, and its building constructed in 1978. Greg Coots, his son and present pastor of the church, says that serpent-handling goes back a long time in the area.

KERA resolution denounces radicals picketing the White House and protesting President Wilson's speeches

With Christine Bradley (Mrs. John Glover) South of Frankfort chairing as President, the Kentucky Equal Rights Association  formally denounced the National Woman's Party protesters as "fatuous, unwomanly and reprehensible." The following resolution was published in the Report of the Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association Held at Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, Ky. March 11th and 12th, 1919:

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