Winter Wonderland parade still accepting participant entries
ASHLAND -- It is not to late to register to participate in the Winter Wonderland of Lights Festival annual Christmas Parade to be held in downtown Ashland at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20.
The last day to register is Tuesday, Nov. 13. Application forms and the rules may be obtained at: www.winterwonderlandoflights.com or by calling the Ashland Alliance Chamber of Commerce, 606-324-5111.
The theme for the this year's parade and Winter Wonderland of Lights Festival is "Christmas Miracles."
For more information, call Paula Mayo at 606-324-5111.
Bob Evans to host fundraiser for The Healing Place
HUNTINGTON -- The Bob Evans at KineticPark in Huntington will donate 15 percent of its profits Thursday, Nov. 15, to help The Healing Place of Huntington.
The Healing Place of Huntington is a long-term residential program for recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.
The donation includes customers who eat in or order carry-out and present a flier for the fundraiser. The manager also will accept a photo of the flier that is online at The Healing Place of Huntington Facebook page at www.facebook.com/events/476115735744441/.
Turnpike Ford to make donation to education group
HUNTINGTON -- Turnpike Ford in Huntington has pledged donations to Communities in Schools of Cabell County for each person who visits the dealership at 2480 5th Ave. between 4 and 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15.
Money raised will help provide academic support, financial literacy and mentorship programs run by Communities in Schools.
The organization also is working with the high schools' graduation coaches, who connect at-risk students to academic and community support systems that help them stay in school and graduate on time.
For more information about Communities In Schools of Cabell County, contact Ellenda Ward at 304-638-8836 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the event, contact Hayley Parsons at Turnpike Ford at 888-855-3673, ext. 1241.
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