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COMMUNITY The Anderson News | Wednesday, May 9, 2012 | A7 Dancers selected to attend convention in New York Girls to host fundraisers, seeks donation to fund coming trip Photo by Ben Carlson Major Susan Johnson, a paramedic, and Public Safety Director Bart Powell administer treatment to EMT Doug Green from inside of an inflatable hospital last Thursday afternoon. The facility is owned by the state but stored in Anderson County. An inflatable hospital, just in case EMT Doug Green portrayed a patient while Powell and paramedic Susan Johnson, a major, treated him on one of the unit’s 16 beds, complete with oxygen and a heart monitor. Powell said the 700 pound tent can be inflated in about five minutes and is fully operational in about an hour. It comes with its own inflation unit, along with a 15 kilowatt generator and a 40,000 BTU heat and air conditioning system. “It’s good for people to know that we’re sitting on these types of assets,” Powell said. Safety officials demonstrate 16-patient mobile facility By Ben Carlson News staff What has 16 rooms, suction, oxygen and four inflated walls? Anderson County’s version of a hospital, that’s what. OK, hospital might be a bit grand, but if the need arose to treat mass casualties on a moment’s notice, local emergency responders do have an inflatable device that can house up to 16 patients. It even has heart monitors. Owned by the state but stored here just in case, the facility was on display last Thursday outside of the EMS building on US 127 Bypass. “It’s a state asset,” said Anderson County Public Safety Director Bart Powell, who, along with his staff, was preparing for mandatory state meetings and drills scheduled for this later this month. “We can use it during a natural disaster or a [weapons of mass destruction] event. “If an area hospital’s emergency room were decimated, we could take there and function in the parking lot.” And it’s mobile. Powell said the facility can be moved to wherever it is needed, even outside of Anderson County if the need arose. During a demonstration, Comment at lifetime opportunity, according From staff reports to a news release. The Kelley Puckett Dance The team has planned sevAcademy Dance Team was eral fundraisers to raise money recently selected to attend the for the trip. A “Parent’s Day 2012 All Star Dancers National Out” will be held Dance Convenat Kelley Puckett tion in New York Want to help? Dance Academy City, according to Donations to assist the Kelley on May 12, and a news release. Puckett Dance Team’s trip can anyone ages 3 and The team was be mailed to KPDA Dance up may attend. chosen from hunTeam, 201 East Court St., Dance classes dreds of groups Lawrenceburg, KY 40342. and other fun to attend when For more information, call events are planned they performed a 839-0776 or email kpuckett@ for children that group jazz routine day. at the Applause The academy Talent Dance will also raffle off Competition in a year’s worth of free dance Louisville. class to help raise funds, and The five-day convention other fundraisers are also being will include a dance workshop planned. and mock audition taught by Those interested in Parent’s the world famous Radio City Day Out or entering the raffle Rockettes at Radio City Music are asked to call Kelley PuckHall. ett at 839-0776 or by email at The tour will also include master dance classes at New Donations can also be sent York’s premier dance studio, to KPDA Dance Team, 201 East The Broadway Dance Center. Court St., Lawrenceburg, KY Students also have classes 40342. taught by New York’s Broad“Any help that can be way show performers. offered to help these dancers This is a tremendous honor make their dream a reality for the dancers and a once in a would be greatly appreciated,” Photo furnished The Kelley Puckett Dance Academy Dance Team will perform in New York City after being selected at a recent competition in Louisville. Front, from left, are Suzanne Lilly, Lauren Coates and Katie Shouse. In back are Allie Griffie, Raven Hutton, Olivia Hatter and Susanna Wardrip. Photo by Ben Carlson SHEAR TALENT OPENS AT EAGLE LAKE Tasha Watts, seated, prepares to cut a ribbon for the grand opening of her hair salon, Shear Talent, located at Eagle Lake. The full-service salon opened April 30. Hours are Monday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays are by appointment only. Walk-ins are welcome. For more information, call 839-3008. Shown, back row from left, are Jenna and Brad Smith of SmithCo Properties, Mike Harrod, Cody Becknell, Janet Chilton, Jenny Sarver and Bob Sarver. In front are Austin, Tasha and Tanner Watts. Photo by Ben Carlson BIG WINNER The staff at 127 Beer and Tobacco, located near the Bluegrass Parkway, display a banner after the station sold a $250,000 lottery scratch off winning ticket. The winner declined to be identified, but store workers said he lives in Lawrenceburg. From left are Sheila Beasley, Stacey Bell and Cathy Wells, the store’s manager. Local news and sports NO Closing Costs1 Competitive Rates We’ll close your loan in 18 days or we’ll pay you $100. Open a Equity Home and receive delivered to your mailbox. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! The Anderson News 1080 Bypass South, Lawrenceburg 502-839-6906 a $250 2 gift card. Visit for a location nearest you. LIMITED TIME ONLY 1 Special offer available for Home Equity Line of Credit and Loan. 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