Nelson Benton, of Nelson Benton Photography, decided to take photos of prom-goers for free on Main Street Saturday afternoon after he had several people enquire about having prom photos made. Because there were so many of them, Benton decided to set up on Main Street and invited students to stop by for a free photo session. He didn’t charge for the service, but donations were collected. Forty-two students dressed in their prom finery stopped by, and about $500 was raised to give to the Backpack Ministry. Above, Benton photographs sisters Olivia and Victoria Wise. At left is Victoria Wise.
The Estill Action Group met for its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, May 6 to discuss the Kentucky Trail Town application process and several other community development projects. EAG has agreed to take the lead with the trail town application with the hope that Irvine and Ravenna become certified trail towns. The application program helps […]
Deron Miller, left, and Whitney Ferrell, right, were crowned King and Queen on Saturday night, a special moment during the “Frozen in Time-themed” prom. Deron is the son of David and Audrea Brinegar Miller, and Whitney is the daughter of Robbie and Katie Tucker Ferrell.
Photo courtesy of Whitney Hays, Children’s Librarian A local home school group planted a flower garden last week in observance of Earth month and the One Book library program at the Estill County Public Library.
Photos submitted by Jessica Mullins, ESE Principal Students at Estill Springs Elementary enjoyed a sunny day egg hunt at school before Easter.