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Miles for Miles Down Syndrome Awareness Run/Walk

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and the goal of the Miles for Miles 5K Run/1-Mile Walk is to promote awareness and inclusion of individuals with DS and to celebrate diversity. The event is named for Miles Ryan Curtis who was born with Down Syndrome (DS) on December 25,2017 to Kyle and Katie Gallenstein Curtis.…

2018 Katie DeSpain Memorial Run/Walk Registration

    Katie DeSpain Memorial 10K Run, 5K Run OR 2 Mile Walk benefiting the Hayswood Foundation – Katie DeSpain Scholarship Fund will be on Friday, August 31, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Registration Begins at 6:00 p.m. @ Limestone Landing The course is 3.1 / 6.2 miles (5/10 Kilometers) over residential streets is an accurately…

4th of July Joe Donovan Memorial River Run Registration

The Maysville Knights of Columbus will have their annual Joe Donovan Memorial River Run on Wednesday, July 4th.  Race day registration starts at 6:30am at Limestone Landing, and the races will start at 8am. Pre-registration ends this week. Download the race form here.

Congratulations to Green Dot on Successful Launch

Green Dot Maysville hosted a competitive walk around the block in its first 0.5K on Saturday, June 16. Sixty individuals were registered, and despite temperatures in the 90s, dozens participated. Everyone received a participation medal, and awards were given in three categories: Biggest group – Sundog Yoga, best costumes – The Jokers, and last over…

Make Maysville Beautiful: New Ordinance Aimed at Cleaning Up

In an effort to make Maysville a cleaner and more beautiful place to live, Maysville City Commission is changing the way bulk trash items are collected. Ordinance No. 18-14 revises Code of Ordinances §152.04 Schedules to require residents and landlords who have furniture and/or trash that is placed for collection at times other than the…

Women’s Crisis Center: Support for Maysville Becoming First Green Dot City!

With your donation, however big or small, you can help the Women’s Crisis Center raise $6,000, which make them eligible for up to $100,000 in funds to put toward making Maysville the first Green Dot City. Green Dot is a nationally recognized strategy focused on preventing power-based personal violence – sexual violence, partner violence, child…

Spring Cleaning in Maysville: “Keep Up the Sweep Up”

  The City of Maysville is sponsoring a city-wide cleanup Friday, May 18th through Sunday, May 20th. The City will provide dumpsters at Pelham/East 6th streets IGA parking lot Central/East 6th streets City Hall Old Main Street in Old Washington between North & South Court Streets (trash truck) Wall Street & McDonald Parkway Public Works…

Take the Challenge for Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health America is having a daily challenge to make small mental and physical changes that can improve our overall health. The activities are geared for a wide range of individuals and include explanations of how they benefit us. They may include getting outdoors, adding more healthy foods to your diet, mindfulness, adjustments to physical…

Young Professionals Seek Community Input

MAYSVILLE – The Maysville Young Professionals Network (MYPN) has designed a survey with the intent of getting answers to what young professionals in the Maysville area want. The survey, which opened Monday, April 16, 2018 will remain open for several weeks, and will be used by MYPN to develop future programming. “We are excited to…

Chalk the Walk 2018

  Write messages of hope, empowerment, and positivity on Maysville sidewalks in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month this coming Wednesday, April 11. Bring your own chalk or come to the corner of Market and 2nd streets at noon to borrow chalk from us! Find messaging ideas here or on the our Facebook…