Here she is, the long-awaited and much anticipated Brexley Anne Flora!
Proud Grandparents Pastor Jim Dougans and Jennifer Lee Smith!
Photos by Jennifer Lee Smith
Yesterday evening we watched the sunset over the Mighty Ohio River. It was a glorious evening & a magnificent sunset.
We enjoyed it so much we’re going to gather at Limestone Landing every 3rd Friday of the month.
The next 3rd Friday sunset gathering will be August 19th. Bring your chairs and poems about sunsets, if you wish.
There may even be a game of “Simon Says”.
2022 Green Dot Maysville 0.5K
Saturday, June 25, 2022
Bailey Boone (left) and Emily
Wood (right) qualified for the KHSAA state tennis tournament after making the
10th Region semifinals at Campbell County. (Clay Boone photo)
The Maysville Nursing Home held an outdoor concert and car show on May 10, 2022.
Church members Carl and Liz Berry enjoyed the afternoon, along with Jennifer Smith.
Church members Frank Day and Ernie Siders brought their
Model A's, beautifully restored. A great time was had by all!
The administration of Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) is honoring Mitchel B. "Mike" Denham for his years of service and support of MCTC.
There will be a ceremony held Friday, May 6, 2022 at 2 p.m. at the Science Building on the Maysville Campus.
After church, the youth made meals,
decorated cookies & made Easter crosses for Shut-Ins.
There was also pizza for the kids & their adults.
February 17, 2022
Below you will find a few pictures from Margaret’s Angel Tea.
It is a holiday tradition that is filled with delicious food reminiscent of the popular tea rooms.
The perfect atmosphere for visiting with friends during the holiday season!
It was a wonderful time for relaxing during the hustle and bustle of the holidays.
Nick Denham entertaining at the
Old Washington’s Annual
Dec. 4, 2021
Here’s one of the big angels we’re making for the Holiday parade in Maysville, KY, under the directions of Jennifer Lee Smith .
The Twilight Parade. December 3rd - gathering at Rotary park at 6:30.
Sunday, October 3, 2021
This date draws its inspiration from World Animal Day on October 4. That date is also the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi.
Big things are happening in Maysville and Mason County Ky! We want to welcome Avant Garb Mascots & Costumes to Maysville and Mason County as the first small business in the First Presbyterian Church, Maysville, KY’s Entrepreneurial Incubator. Avant Garb is the premiere big mascot, costume and puppet manufacturer in the US with offices in Indianapolis as well.
JenniferQ Smith is the president of the National Mascot Association as well as on the executive committee for the Mascot Hall of Fame. Jennifer and Yingvild Poe work in the Maysville office.
Avant Garb has produced mascots for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Hewlett Packard and the majority of college and university sports programs, all after starting in a garage in Berkley Ca in 1986. Check out their fantastic website at www.avantgarb.com. The entrepreneurial spirit is thriving in Maysville and Mason County and we’re looking forward to additional entrepreneurs growing from the Presbyterian Church’s Entrepreneurial Incubator, a visionary program launched by Pastor Jim Dougans, with assistance from the Maysville-Mason County Area Chamber of Commerce and the Industrial Authority(MMCIDA). With three commercial/professional/business spaces remaining in the Church’s Educational Wing, we’re excited to see additional businesses thrive. Previously, the church has housed MCTC, The Downing Academy and several other startups.
So good to see our friend Jackie with a smile on her face.
Kenton Pointe Assisted Living Community
Pet therapy with the 4 legged friends and their wonderful owners!!
Jackie must have been laughing about whatever the “friends” were talking about.
The Older Youth Group of First Presbyterian Church opened April 25, 2021 gathering
by writing messages of hope on the sidewalk in front of the church.
The occasion? Chalk the Walk.
The purpose? To raise awareness of sexual assault and spread sexual assault prevention messages.
Dr. Denham went out and rode his mule around the building to share some time with the residents. Helped a dreary day.