Embrace Ky. Public Libraries’ Summer Reading Programs

By Judith Gibbons What are you going to do this summer? What about sharing some classic tales or starting new reading adventures with your kids or grandkids? Think about making reading a summer family activity by using the resources of your local public library. Read the Read More

‘Closing the hunger gap’: Many Kentucky children go hungry in the summer

Jonathan Greene jgreene@richmondregister.com While Kentucky was one of eight states to see an increase in students participating in summer nutrition programs, it still provided lunches to fewer than 1 in 10 children, according to a newly released report. Read the full story richmondregister.com

Legos Come to Life at Stop Animation Summer Camp

BY KAT MANOUCHEHRI kmanouchehri@herald-leader.com Leo Tapia was seizing his chance to be George Lucas, recreating a scene from the 1977 classic “Star Wars.” Han Solo was in a bar, facing off against a bounty hunter who wants to take him back to Jabba the Hutt. But Read More