Category Archives: Food

Kona with Cop

The Richmond Police Department is proud to announce our very first Kona with Cop event! Special thanks to Kona Ice of the Bluegrass for making this possible. Also join the Richmond YMCA who will also be hosting healthy kids day. All activities will be held at Lake Reba playground area. Just look for our vehicles! Come on out and enjoy a free Kona ice and come and meet us. 11:00 to 1:00 pm. On April 21, 2018.

Ale-8-One unveils first new flavor in 92 years

Ale-8-One is pleased to offer fans the first new flavor in its 92 year history. Cherry Ale-8 will debut in soda fountains this weekend in five convenience store locations around Winchester and the Red River Gorge. Fans can follow Ale-8-One’s social media pages for locations, dates and times. In late spring, Cherry Ale-8 will be offered in more soda fountain machines, single serve bottles and six-packs in select convenience, retail and grocery stores in Ale-8’s core market, which includes the cities of Lexington, Frankfort, Richmond, Winchester, Bowing Green, Owensboro and Elizabethtown, among others. The six-packs will have a retail price of $3.49. Cherry Ale-8 will also be available through the company’s website. Visit ale8one.com or follow Ale-8 on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates.

Cherry Ale-8-One is a bright and refreshing soft drink made with real cherries in addition to the secret family recipe that has made Ale-8 such a favorite for decades. It contains no artificial colors or sweeteners and is 120 calories per 12-ounce serving. Continue reading Ale-8-One unveils first new flavor in 92 years

KONA WITH COP

The Richmond Police Department is proud to announce our very first Kona with Cop event! Special thanks to Kona Ice of the Bluegrass for making this possible. Also join the Richmond YMCA who will also be hosting healthy kids day. All activities will be held at Lake Reba playground area. Just look for our vehicles! Come on out and enjoy a free Kona ice and come and meet us. 11:00 to 1:00 pm. On April 21, 2018.

KONA WITH COP

The Richmond Police Department is proud to announce our very first Kona with Cop event! Special thanks to Kona Ice of the Bluegrass for making this possible. Also join the Richmond YMCA who will also be hosting healthy kids day. All activities will be held at Lake Reba playground area. Just look for our vehicles! Come on out and enjoy a free Kona ice and come and meet us. 11:00 to 1:00 pm. On April 21, 2018.

Raj Patel to Speak on the World That Food Made

Raj Patel

Raj Patel will speak about “The World That Food Made” at the Berea College convocation on Thursday, March 1 at 3 p.m. in Phelps Stokes Chapel. During the convocation, Patel will discuss the 15th century origins of how we feed the world and suggest a hopeful vision for re-imagining the way food is grown. The convocation is co-sponsored by the Women’s and Gender Studies and Sociology departments.

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Farm Grows Produce to Match Customer Taste Preferences Sustainable Harvest Farm Celebrates National CSA Day

Do you love or dislike beets? What about blackberries, kale, tomatoes and zucchini? Sustainable Harvest Farm is introducing a new, customizable Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program that lets members select and personalize their weekly produce delivery. Continue reading Farm Grows Produce to Match Customer Taste Preferences Sustainable Harvest Farm Celebrates National CSA Day

Dr. Pamela Ronald to Discuss Organic Farming, Genetics and the Future of Food at Berea College Science Lecture

Dr. Pamela Ronald will be the featured speaker at the Berea College Science Lecture on Thursday, Feb. 8 at 3 p.m. in Phelps Stokes Chapel. Ronald’s presentation will explain how integrated approaches are needed to enhance sustainable agriculture. The lecture is co-sponsored with the Agriculture & Natural Resources Department.

Ronald, a plant pathologist and geneticist, specializes in cell and developmental biology, molecular biology, biochemistry and Continue reading Dr. Pamela Ronald to Discuss Organic Farming, Genetics and the Future of Food at Berea College Science Lecture

Gov. Bevin Hosts 52nd Annual Kentucky Governor’s Prayer Breakfast

Gov. Bevin

Gov. Matt Bevin was joined in Lexington today by approximately 1,200 community leaders, elected officials, private citizens, and members of the faith-based community for the 52nd annual Kentucky Governor’s Prayer Breakfast.

“People turn to prayer, not because it’s insignificant or a cultural crutch, but because it truly changes things,” said Gov. Bevin. “People earnestly, instinctively, and collectively turn to prayer because when, at a time when everything else fades by comparison, the only tangible thing is prayer.” Continue reading Gov. Bevin Hosts 52nd Annual Kentucky Governor’s Prayer Breakfast