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Hancock County Senior Services

Shelia Rice Dixon

Shelia Rice Dixon, 77, of Hawesville, went to be with her Lord and Savior on October 1, 2023. She was surrounded by loved ones, passed peacefully and is finally at rest and in perfect clarity. Shelia was born to the late Kenneth C. and Thelma Newman Rice.  In addition to her parents, she was proceeded…

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Bid awarded to GN; Dukes Fire Department

  The Hancock County Fiscal Court met on Monday morning, September 11th. The lowest bid, submitted by GN Excavating, was approved by the court for the construction of a new Fire Station for the Dukes Fire Department located on Happy Hollow Road in Hawesville. Low Bid Judge-Executive Johnny “Chic” Roberts said bids opened last week…

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Hancock County Senior Services; AARP Driver Safety Course

  Hancock County Senior Services will be hosting an AARP Driver Safety Course. Wednesday, August 23 rd , 2023. 12:00 pm- 4:00 pm at the Hancock County Senior Services 315 Ridgewood Drive Hawesville, KY. TO REGISTER: Please call 270-927-8313 Monday-Friday 9:00 am- 3:00 pm You may be eligible to receive an insurance discount upon completing…

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Chamber Breakfast, United Way of the Ohio Valley Awards & Recognition

The Hancock County Chamber of Commerce Breakfast was Tuesday April 11th, at 7:30 a.m., at the Career Center. United Way of the Ohio Valley (UWOV) sponsored the event. UWOV President Paula Yevincy spoke about the Culture of Giving. Local businesses and individuals were recognized and presented with awards for their outstanding service to the community.…

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Hancock Fiscal Court discussed loss of Century revenue; increase in jail fees

 The Hancock County Fiscal Court met on Monday, October 10 and discussed, among other topics, the impact of Century Aluminum’s temporary shut-down on revenue as well as the possibility of grant funds that would greatly improve the Hancock County Senior Center. Century Temporary Closure As a result of the temporary closure of Century, revenue has…

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Senior services returning to ‘normal’ after pandemic challenges

Hancock County Senior Services hosted the May Chamber of Commerce breakfast at the Hawesville Senior Citizens Center, with Director Lona Morton taking the opportunity to outline the work and services provided to the county’s older generation. “I always says that our number-one mission is to provide for socialization of our elders through fun programs, giving…

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Hancock Senior Services reopens November 15

 

Hancock County Senior Services Staff-Back Row L to R: Rachel Schneider-Data Entry, Darrell Forbes-Meal Driver Middle Row L to R: Carla Early-Lewisport Site Manager, Connie Duncan-Meal Driver/Workforce Development, Ken Patterson-Bus Driver, Front Row-Christine Schroader-Meal Driver, Lona Morton-Director, Linda Sanders-Meal Driver. Hancock County Senior Services will reopen to the public on Nov. 15. The centers at…

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