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Presentation Academy

PROVIDING SECONDARY EDUCATION FOR YOUNG WOMEN
FOR 170 YEARS

861  S 4TH STREET
583-5935
www.presentationacademy.org

Walnut Street Baptist Church
Third and St Catherine Streets
Louisville, Kentucky  40203
502-589-5290 www.walnutstreet.org

Sunday Schedule
8:15 & 10:50 AM Worship Services
9:30 AM Bible Study Group for all Groups
11:00 AM Live Telecast of Worship Service
on WHAS TV 11 (Cable 4)
6:00 PM Evening Worship Service

Wednesday Evening Schedule
5:15-6:00 Fellowship Dinner
6:15-8:15 Children's & Youth Activities
6:00-7:00 Adult Prayer Meeting
7:10-8:30 Chancel Choir Rehersal

Weekdays
Pettigrew Christian Activities Building Open
Life Care Counseling Center
Christian Social Ministries

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966-0481

Central Presbyterian Church
4th and Kentucky
587-6935

                       Sunday Worship 11:00a.m. (nursery provided)

People of diverse backgrounds and neighborhoods;
women and men of all races and sexual orientations;
commmitted to justice and faith;
proclaiming God's love

Pastors: Mark Baridon and Ann Deibert

www.central.presbychurch.org

 

St. Peter's Evangelical UCC
1225 W. Jefferson St.
Celebrating our 155th Anniversary
We extend you a warm welcome
Please join us on Sunday mornings
Church School, 9:00 * Worship 10:15
Church Office 583-6234

 

Kleier

Associates

Architects for

Historic Old Louisville

 

502 634.1006

Kleier Associates@directvinternet.com

 

Zel-Pro Painting

specializing in older homes

  • plaster/drywall repair

  • wallpaper strip & prep

  • refinish hardwood doors, stairs, rails, spindles, & mantles

  • gold leaf faux finishes

  • general painting

J. Zeller
645.6900

D. Profumo
500.4526

references available

 

Decorative Hardware Store

Reproduction and Contemporary
Home, Furniture and Cabinet Hardware

930 Baxter Ave, Louisville, KY  40202
503.595.6600
www.decorativehardwarestore.com

Downtown
New Orleans

Authentic
Cajun and Creole Food

1157 South Second Street
hours: 11am - 2pm lunch
5pm - 8pm dinner

"Peach Cobbler to die for!"
797-5644

 

Join the
University Club

Residents of Old Louisville are invited to join the University Club on the UofL Belknap campus to use its dining and banquet facilities

Membership is open to persons with connections to the University of Louisville

(graduates with degrees or certificates; full-time, part-time, gratis, or retired faculty, administrators, or staff; visiting faculty, adopted alumni, postdoctoral scholars,
trustees or overseers, honorary degree or Grawemeyer Awardees,
or surviving spouses of any of the above).

Initial and monthly fees may be discussed with Linda Johnson at (502) 852-6996 or linda.johnson@louisville.edu 

The Club improves the quality of life for all its members, providing a convenient neighborhood venue for its special activities, lunch and dinner throughout the year.

www.louisville.edu/org/uclub 

 

 

KWANZAA:

Youth Crime and Violence Prevention Program

Kwanzaa is a comprehensive youth crime and treatment program founded by Dr. Cartanya G. Hill, Sr.
Since the mid-1980ís, Dr. Hill has provided counseling services to thousands of youth and their families.
He has broad experience in treating chemical dependency of juvenile delinquency, marriage and family therapy.
Dr. Hill is also prepared to work with educators and others in school violence preventions.

Kwanzaa is all about mentoring and teaching social values, cultural principles,
and spiritual truths to young people.

The organization is working to involve area churches in that mission through a
cooperative program designed to develop a community-wide mentoring program.

Kwanzaa has an educational, tutorial and structured recreational after school program.

This program is open to service youth ages 10 - 15 years old, operating on
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
We operate on a sliding fee basis (no child turned away).
We are located at the old boys and girls club building at 223 East Magnolia Avenue.

For more information:
call The Kwanzaa Center at 502.638.1771 - ask for Carolyn Ingram, After School Director

 

         

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