On Saturday, June 14, Jeannette Rowlett, will wrap semi-precious gems and Austrian crystals with sterling silver and 14-karat gold wire to create her unique jewelry, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.
The Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea currently features works by more than 700 artisans from more than 100 counties across the Commonwealth. Convenient to visitors throughout the year, the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea is located at 200 Artisan Way, just off Interstate 75 at Berea, Exit 77. The center’s exhibits, shopping and travel information areas are open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the cafe is open 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Admission is free.
Kentucky Tour de Cure Saturday, June 7, 2014 at Norton Commons, Prospect, KY 6:30 am check in; ride starts staggered according to length
Cycling event to benefit the American Diabetes Association with families and beginner route lengths ranging from 1 to 5 miles, and up to 20, 40 and 60 mile routes.
Tour de Cure offers a great day of cycling and fun through beautiful Kentucky back roads, as well as the personal satisfaction of completing a ride and doing your part in the fight against diabetes affecting 1.5 million Kentuckians.
On Saturday, May 31, Christa Smith, of Elizabethtown, will bring in the bridal season by demonstrating traditional Bavarian painted wooden bridal boxes from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.
Born in Germany, Smith moved to America and became fascinated with the cultural contributions German immigrants had made. She began creating traditional crafted items that she had known in Germany, such as chalk ware Santas, beeswax ornaments and painted wooden boxes in the Bavarian folk art tradition or style.
The Bavarian folk art of “Bauernmalerei” dates back to the early 16th century. The correct translation is peasant or farmers’ painting and at that time, cabinetmakers or traveling painters went from town to town offering their painting skills to “touch up” furniture pieces.
From the very beginning, there were as many different styles of “Bauernmalerei” as there were painters of other art forms. Many styles of painting simply included lovely flowers like tulips, roses and small blossoms and bright colors such as blue, red, white and yellow were commonly used. After 1850, painted furniture began to lose its appeal, and many traditional painted pieces were relegated to attics and cellars or even destroyed.
Smith is one artist who is working to make painted wooden box “Bauernmalerei” treasured and collectible again. She creates round and oval painted wooden boxes and trays and beautifully decorates them with colorful images in brilliant rich colors.
Painted wooden bridal boxes, which Smith will be creating May 31, were popular in Germany and America from 1750 to 1850. They were made of wood and often oval in shape. These boxes were given as a wedding gift to the bride from the groom, often with an image of the bride and groom painted on the top. Small items in the bride’s trousseau, such as linens, lace and ribbons, or bridal accessories such as the bridal headpiece, handkerchief or bouquet, can be stored inside.
Painted boxes by Smith are regularly available at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, located at 200 Artisan Way, just off Interstate 75 at Berea Exit 77. The center’s exhibits, shopping and travel information areas are open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the cafe is open from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Admission is free.
Parole Violation/Hindering Apprehension Arrests: On 05/27/2014, police arrested Arthur J. Caldwell, age 39, no permanent address, Richmond, on the strength of a parole violation warrant.
On 01/31/2011, Caldwell was convicted in the Madison Circuit Court for Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st Degree (cocaine). He was sentenced to two years imprisonment.
On or about 03/28/2011, Caldwell was granted shock probation and released from custody. He was placed on probation for four years.
On 11/02/2011, Caldwell was convicted in the Madison Circuit Court for Manufacturing Methamphetamine. He was sentenced to three years imprisonment. His probation was revoked in the shock probation case and the original sentence imposed. His sentence in the methamphetamine case was to run consecutive to the earlier sentence.
On 11/29/2012, Caldwell was convicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st Degree (methamphetamine) in the Kenton County Circuit Court. He was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment to run consecutive to the sentences he was already serving.
On 02/07/2013, Caldwell was convicted for Escape 2nd Degree in the Rockcastle Circuit Court. He was sentenced to one year imprisonment to run consecutive to the sentences he was already serving.
On 03/03/2014, Caldwell was paroled.
On 05/07/2014, a Parole Violation Warrant was issued for Caldwell’s arrest after he violated the conditions of his parole by absconding parole supervision.
On 05/27/2014, officers received information that Caldwell was possibly located at a residence in the 300 block of Turpin Drive. Upon arrival at the residence, officers made contact with Marcus L. Caldwell, age 50, and Terry L. Caldwell, age 51, (relationships unknown). Both men denied that Arthur Caldwell was inside the residence. When officers entered the front of the residence, Arthur Caldwell emerged from the rear of the residence and was taken into custody on the strength of the warrant.
Marcus and Terry Caldwell were both taken into custody and charged for Hindering Apprehension 2nd Degree and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (scales, mirror with drug residue found in home). All parties were lodged in the MCDC.
Probation Violation: On 05/26/2014, police arrested Brandy M. Barrett, age 30, Ford Road, on the strength of a probation violation warrant.
On 10/10/2013, Barrett was convicted in the Madison Circuit Court for Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st Degree and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. She was sentenced to one year in prison. The imposition of the sentence was suspended and Barrett was placed on probation for three years under supervision.
On 05/20/2014, a bench warrant was issued for Barrett’s arrest for violating the conditions of probation.
On 05/26/2014, the warrant was served on Barrett at the MCDC.
Theft Arrest: On 05/27/2014, police charged Mark R. Bush, age 35, no permanent address, Richmond, in connection with two theft offenses.
On 05/19/2014, a patron of Bargain Hunt, Richmond Mall, reported that a Husqvarna 22” lawn mower, valued at $300.00, had been stolen from the bed of his pickup truck while he was inside the store during the early afternoon hours. Later in the day, the investigating officer located the stolen mower and learned that it had been transferred to another party by Bush shortly after the theft. On 05/21/2014, a warrant was issued for Bush’s arrest, charging him for Receiving Stolen Property Under $500 and Theft by Deception.
On 05/24/2014, a patron of D & G Food Mart, 1699 E. Main Street, reported that her purse containing $112.00 in cash and two debit cards had been stolen from her vehicle while she was inside the store during the mid-morning hours. The victim’s vehicle was parked at the gas pumps when the theft occurred. The follow-up investigation identified Bush as the suspect in the theft.
On 05/27/2014, at approximately 7:48 A.M., Bush was located at a residence on Sizemore Drive and taken into custody on the strength of the aforementioned arrest warrant. He was also charged for Theft by Unlawful Taking Under $500 in connection with the theft that occurred at D & G Food Mart.
A second warrant was also served on Bush, charging him for a Violation of Conditions of Release in connection with a pending felony case. In September 2013, Bush was indicted by a Madison County Grand Jury for Arson 2nd Degree, 2 counts. On 02/21/2014, he was released from custody on his personal recognizance with certain conditions of release attached. On 03/27/2014, a bench warrant was issued for Bush’s arrest for violating those conditions.
Bush was lodged in the MCDC.
Drug Arrest: On 05/27/2014, police charged David Allen Farmer, age 38, Ballard Drive, for drug offenses during an encounter on Ballard Drive.
At approximately 7:05 P.M., Bike Patrol officers in the area of Ballard Drive observed Farmer yelling to alert others of the presence of police while at the same time attempting to conceal a syringe that he had in his possession. Officers made contact with Farmer and discovered a small packet of heroin on his person. He was charged for Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st Degree and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was lodged in the MCDC.
Wanted: This subject is James Roberts of Ravenna, Ky. Do you know this location driving a Pont Sunfire. Lic/ 421-NZA. This subject shoplifted over $900.00 worth of property and fled the scene.The suspect is wearing tan shorts, a white and blue striped shirt, and he is a white male, stocky build, and around 5’11″-6′ tall. If you know his name call Ptl. Lay at 859 623-1162.
Wanted: On 05/10/2014 at 10:50 pm this subject used a stolen debit card at Monty’s Liquor. Do you know his name. He could be from Mt Vernon, KY. If you know his name call 859 623-1162 Ptl. Curry
Burglary of Residence: On 05/23/2014, a resident in the 2000 block of Ty Lane reported that an LG 47” television had been stolen from his residence sometime during the past three days. There were no signs of forced entry into the residence. Estimated loss: $700.00
Anyone with information regarding the above listed cases is asked to contact the Richmond Police Department at 859-623-1162.
May 18, 2014 – Morgan & Jeffrey Smith – Mount Vernon – Boy
May 19, 2014 – Katie & Donnie Powell – Berea Boy
May 19, 2014 – Crystal & Christopher Barnes – Richmond – Girl
May 22, 2014 – Farah Coomes – Richmond – Boy
May 23, 2014 – Elizabeth Campbell & Jeffery Green Jr. – Brodhead – Girl
Births: BereaOnline.com post birth announcements weekly at no charge to the family. The weekly post however is just the names of the parents and the sex of the child (no photos). If you would like to introduce your bundle of joy to friends and family near and far email your announcement and photo to BereaOnline@hotmail.com and we would be more than happy to make a special posting of the newest edition of your family. (Cost $5) For more information email us at the before mentioned email address.
REGULAR INSPECTIONS WITH NO FOLLOW-UP DUE SCORE
Arlington Pool Concession, 1510 Lexington Rd., Richmond 100%
City of Berea Swimming Pool Concession, 6 Pirate Pkwy, Berea 100%
Mario’s Pizza, 636 Chestnut St., Berea 94%
NAACO Cafeteria, 2200 Menelaus Pike, Berea 95%
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Arcadian Cove, 532 Cady Dr., Richmond 83%
*Spray bottle found not labeled for contents
*Employee found eating in food stockroom
Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant, 265 Prince Royal Dr., Berea 81%
*Dishwash machine not providing effective sanitization
*Live roaches found in establishment
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This position is under the direction of the Berea Tourism department, but stationed at the Kentucky Artisan Center. Availability MUST include weekends (Thursday-Sunday), and some holidays. Applicants MUST be at least 18 years of age or older and possess a valid Kentucky Driver’s License.
Applications are available online or at City Hall, 212 Chestnut Street. For additional information, please call (859)986-2540. The City of Berea is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Certified Drug-Free Workplace.
DEADLINE: Friday, June 13, 2014 at 4:00pm
**PLEASE NOTE: Applications must be original copies, returned in person or mailed. Faxed applications will NOT be accepted.**
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1 (12-ounce) box vanilla wafers, crushed fine (2½ cups)
1¾ cup confectioners’ sugar
1 cup chopped, toasted pecans
2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
2½ tablespoons light corn syrup
2 tablespoons Keep It Simple Syrup®
⅓ cup bourbon
Stir the vanilla wafer crumbs, 1 cup of the sugar, the pecans and the cocoa powder together in a large bowl. Whisk the corn syrup, bourbon and Kiss® together in a small bowl. Pour the mixture over the vanilla wafer mixture, then stir well to completely incorporate. Refrigerate the mixture for 5 minutes.
Place the remaining ¾ cup sugar in a large bowl. Scoop the vanilla wafer-bourbon mixture into 1-inch balls (the larger end of a melon scoop is just the right size) or form into squares, and roll in the confectioners’ sugar.
Transfer the balls to an airtight container and refrigerate for at least 1 day or up to 3 weeks before serving to allow the flavors to meld. Roll in additional confectioners’ sugar before serving. Transport in a sealed container. Yields about 4 dozen.
I hope you enjoy these Mint Julep Bourbon Balls! –Betty