Clay County to celebrate community progress May 27

CLAY COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Clay County will be coming together for “The Good Continues” community celebration on May 27 at Rawlings and Stinson Park from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The free event at 239 Memorial Drive in Manchester will feature food trucks, live entertainment, local vendors selling a variety of goods and kids’ activities such as face painting and inflatables. Additionally, there will be a highlight on health screening and information.

“The Good Continues” is co-sponsored by AdventHealth Manchester, Volunteers of America Mid-States, Stay in Clay, Project Hope, the Manchester Tourism Commission and Daniel Boone Community Action Agency.

Jennifer Hancock, President and CEO of Volunteers of America Mid-States, shared, “We’re so pleased to be a growing part of the Clay County and Manchester community and encourage all of our neighbors to come out and enjoy, relax and have a great time.  We are really energized by all of the good things happening right here and look forward to celebrating.”

Danielle Collins, a community volunteer, stated, “This event is a wonderful example of our Southeastern Kentucky community coming together to celebrate the incredible progress being made. Clay County is home to so many committed and caring people helping to make a difference.  I hope everyone will come out, have some fun and celebrate all of the good things that are continuing.”

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