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Donate to Eastern Kentucky flood relief

The PRIDE office in Somerset is requesting donations for its upcoming trips to deliver supplies to Eastern Kentucky communities devastated by recent flooding. The Kentucky Wildlands, which is a PRIDE initiative, is promoting the relief effort on social media. Donations most needed for the Aug. 3 trip are non-perishable canned goods, mops, shovels, brooms, muck […]

Please Comment Before June 1

The National Park Service (NPS) is studying the suitability and feasibility of designating a part of southeastern Kentucky as The Kentucky Wildlands National Heritage Area (NHA). Congress authorized the study and will consider the findings when decidi ng whether The Kentucky Wildlands should be named an NHA – which would benefit our region tremendously (scroll […]

PRIDE Welcomes Amy Samples to Board of Directors

Amy Samples

Eastern Kentucky PRIDE announced today that Amy Samples has joined its Board of Directors. She will volunteer her time and expertise to direct PRIDE, a nonprofit organization that promotes environmental cleanup and education, as well as economic development through tourism, in 42 counties of southern and eastern Kentucky. Samples is the Vice President of Community […]

700 bags of trash collected during Cumberland Falls PRIDE Spring Cleanup

Two volunteers piling up trash bags filled with litter

When you enjoy the scenic drive to Cumberland Falls, you can thank 270 volunteers who picked up 700 bags of trash during the annual PRIDE Spring Cleanup at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park, which was held Saturday, April 30. The bulk of the trash was collected along Hwy. 90, but volunteers also cleaned below the […]

Cumberland Falls PRIDE Spring Cleanup on April 30

Cumberland Falls

Rain or Shine – But Not Lightning Volunteers are invited to enjoy the great outdoors by joining the PRIDE Spring Cleanup at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park on Saturday, April 30. Registration opens at 8:00 am, and the cleanup will end by noon. “Volunteering to make our roads look their best is a great way […]

Mill Springs Battlefield Park Day – April 16

PRIDE Receives $1.2 million from Appalachian Regional Commission’s POWER Initiative

Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, Inc., has been awarded $1,200,000 by the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) to further develop The Kentucky Wildlands regional tourism marketing initiative in 41 counties of southern and eastern Kentucky. This award is part of a recently announced $21 million package supporting 21 projects serving 211 coal-impacted counties through ARC’s

April is PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month

If you are tired of winter, then start planning to get outdoors during PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month in April. Throughout April, southern and eastern Kentuckians are encouraged to volunteer to pick up litter throughout their communities. The annual Spring Cleanup is an opportunity to enjoy and care for this area’s natural beauty, which is a […]

The Kentucky Wildlands Hospitality Program is open for your business

Businesses can improve their customer service with free training through the The Kentucky Wildlands Hospitality Program. “Elevate Your Service” is the theme of the certificate program. It is designed for any business that serves the public, such as restaurants, hotels and retail stores. Two types of training classes are available. For […]

PRIDE Welcomes Corbin’s Maggy Monhollen to Board

Maggy Monhollen, who is the Corbin Tourism Executive Director and Downtown Corbin Manager, has joined the Board of Directors of Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, the nonprofit that encourages volunteers to pick up litter during the annual Spring Cleanup. Eastern Kentucky PRIDE announced on Feb. 9, 2022, that Maggy Monhollen has joined its Board of Directors. She […]

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