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At the end of the second count in the race for May Day Queen and Tiny Queen, the Ossoli Club of Corbin has released the following updates.
First place in the May Queen Race at this time is Megan Jones. Rachel Logan is in second place and, in third place is Maryann Pace.
In the race for Tiny Queen at this time, Ayshia Bray is in first place. Karlee Dickerson is in second place, and Hailee Hubbs is in third place.
The race for May Queen and Tiny Queen will end at noon Friday. Voters are encouraged to vote as soon as possible for the girls of their choice.
All May Day Festival proceeds are used to fund community projects, and donations for the queen candidates are tax deductible (checks should be written to the Ossoli Foundation with the candidate’s name indicated on the memo line).
The May Day Festival is sponsored annually by the GFWC KY Ossoli Club of Corbin and will be held this year at the Arena at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 2. Tickets for the event may be purchased through Ticket Master or at the Arena Box Office up to and including the night of the event.
Latest vote tallies released by Ossoli Club
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The soft whistle of a flute floated through the room as audience members listened in awe to tales of the Thunderbolt people. “This land that you’re now sitting on was that of Thunderbolt people,” said Thunderbolt descendant David Owens. Owens and Indian flute player Robert Mullinax stopped at the Laurel County Library Friday night to entertain with spoken legends, folk lore and tales of the bygone Thunderbolts. Audiences were captivated by stories passed down from the Thunderbolt of how things came to be. Tales about fire, pipes and Kentucky — just to name a few — were shared by Ownes over the course of an hour with Mullinax playing behind him.
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The soft whistle of a flute floated through the room as audience members listened in awe to tales of the Thunderbolt people.
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