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June 16, 2013

Falls City Corvette Club

12th Annual Car Show benefiting the American Heart Association

Saturday, June 22 (rain date, Sunday, June 23)

Registration from 9AM-1PM

$20 Fee

Awards at 4PM

The Castle/Valor Traditional Academy

11501 Schlatter Road

Troy Bennett (502) 664-5862




New2Lou is a social organization designed as a resource for transplants to Louisville, who are looking to meet people, try new places and connect to the community. New2Lou offers many opportunities to connect people through social engagements, online informative interaction and other networking opportunities.

For more information, visit www.new2lou.com, or call Stacey Servo at (206) 200-5200.


Indian Summer Camp

Childhood is supposed to be a time to be carefree, learn, grow, and play; but when a child is diagnosed with cancer their lives become filled with stress, worry, isolation, and many physical and emotional side effects. At Indian Summer Camp, these children can build friendships with others who understand their circumstances. They gain confidence and build self reliance. At camp they can have fun being normal kids again. Through Sibling Camp and Quarterly Events programs, families of children with cancer are able to take part in recreational activities with others going through similar circumstances. All the programs are designed to help children with cancer and their families have enjoyable, positive experiences, create valuable memories and enhance their quality of life both as individuals and families. For more information, visit www.iscamp.org or call (502) 794-7103.


Bourbon Barrel Foods

Bourbon Barrel Foods makes gourmet food products that reflect the rich heritage of Kentucky's Bourbon Country. Their philosophy is to make quality gourmet sauces and seasonings by adhering to three-words: slow, small, simple. From the farmer in southern Kentucky that grows the soybeans for their naturally fermented, small-batch soy sauce, to the grower in Eastern Kentucky that harvests the sorghum they use as a sweetener, they have a hands-on approach that requires them to search for the best the state has to offer and develop relationships with the farmers that get great satisfaction seeing their crops grow from the seed to the shelf.

1201 Story Avenue
Suite 175
Louisville, KY 40206
(502) 333-6103


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