Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Mid Week Links


- Just a reminder: the Police Department is collecting e-mail addresses to add to the new FTPD E-Lert System that is replacing Nixle. If you are interested, please contact Police@ftthomas.org with your email address. Currently, there are around 225 people signed up now, and is scheduled to go live right after July 4th.

- Run down for the Fourth at the Fort celebration this year: 3-10:30 p.m. Saturday, July 2, and its annual Fourth of July parade at 10:30 a.m. Monday, July 4, following the Campbell County YMCA’s Firecracker 5K Race, which begins at 8:15 a.m. The celebration, which will be held in Tower Park, includes at classic car show, food, games, live music and a fireworks show at 10 p.m.

- Kentucky Senate President and Republican gubernatorial candidate David Williams will walk in the Fort Thomas Fourth of July parade.  The Republican Party will also have in the parade Attorney General candidate Todd P’Pool, State Sen. Katie Stine, R-Southgate, and Campbell County Commissioners Pete Garrett and Brian Painter.

- The Fort Thomas Independent School’s Local Planning Committee (LPC) will hold a forum on Thursday, July 7, at 7pm at Highlands High School.  The purpose of this forum is to present the District Facility Plan (DFP) for final public review and comment before it is presented to the Board of Education for approval.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is anyone else upset about the scheduling of the fireworks and parade? For the last five years, I've hosted so many people for the 4th, a whole day of fun. We meet for the parade, walk to the park, listen to music, then head home for a cookout and fireworks I've had people tell me it's the greatest 4th they've ever had. Splitting it up makes no sense and it makes it difficult to invite people from out of town.

Terry Allen Ingram Jr said...

Did anyone go to the independence day celebration in tower park? I entered the park by the VA by the basketball courts and started to walk towards where they usually have the rides by the armory and noticed there were no rides or sign of the festival that I once knew where there were once boothes covering the whole park. Finally I arrived at the festival that was surprisingly smaller than the years before. No kidding there were like 5 boothes no rides and a few other things. seriously this festival gets smaller every year and with the greys (@spelling) being retied now i think the festival will die. its sad but it might and looks like it will happen. also it was dumb to have it on different days