Clay County Living


Christmas in the Park is Saturday

Christmas in the Park begins Saturday at Wynn Park in Corning with the celebration set to kick off at 5 p.m. and the ceremonial annual lighting at 6 p.m. The annual event, which has received statewide notoriety over the years, has grown of late. It is highlighted by a visit from Santa Claus and features all the attractions of a true Christmastime celebration.

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Agape Gift Box ministry prepares

The Agape Outreach Mission plans to provide every visitor of the food bank with special Christmas gifts for children in low-income families. Through the instrumentality and efforts of 10 women, the project has proven to be a success, and a blessing in this area.

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Ribbon cutting . . .

Corning Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Corning Florist at their downtown location. From left, Chamber President Amanda Wiedeman, Mayor Rob Young, Doris Moore, Kathy Riggan, Shane Ward, Kelly Bowers, co-owner, Priscilla Williams, Carla Price and Jason Bowers, co-owner.

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’Cats take two of three to open 2015 campaign

Corning fell to Cave City during the Highland Classic Basketball Tournament Saturday, losing 65-53 in a hard fought game. It was Noah Bass who had the hot hand on the day, scoring 25 points. Bass is the high scorer for the season.

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Young Lady ’Cats perform well

The Lady Bobcats beat Maynard on Nov. 16, winning 61-48 at home. Corning led 17-16 after the first frame, trailed 27-26 at the half and led 42-35 after three quarters. The squad fell to Bay on Nov. 10 at home, losing 78-66.

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