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Are you prepared?
Review your "Storm Ready" information.
prepare for Spring Storms
Are you or a family member
a diabetic? Are you concerned about diabetes because you have
the potential to develop diabetes? Henry County has a
community support group for YOU! Visit the Kentucky Rural
Diabetes Coalition and learn about all their meetings and
activities to support diabetic needs.
Wellness Coalition of Henry County:
4- H Building, 1106 Castle Highway
THE THIRD THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH:
10:30 - Noon
The season is nearly upon us.
Watch for the 2016 Farmers market to open beginning in May
Have you seen the
Now there are even MORE!
Henry County Web
18+ years online.
This site in under
goes regular updates; sometimes we miss something. If you experience a
dead link please report it here.
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Click here and go to the CODE RED link.
County Government Site
making it a little easier to hook-up with
the right charity
What is "Donationtown
"Donation Town is the internet’s best resource for
donating clothing and other household goods to charity.
"We started developing this website in September 2008
as an online directory of charities that offer donation pick up
service. It became apparent that people needed a resource devoted
entirely to the charitable donations of clothing and other household
goods. There are plenty of great websites out there that focus on
donating money to charity, but practically no websites devoted to
the donation of non-cash items. DonationTown.org is here to change
About this site....
Joyce Meyer started this
website in October of 1997. There wasn't a web presence on the internet for
Henry County and Joyce did not want Henry County Kentucky to go unnoticed in
the World Wide Web. With a little bit of money and some skills carried over
from previous jobs, Joyce created the Henry County Web..."Our own place in
- Provide information to
residents and visitors
- To promote the county as
a tourism destination, friendly and welcoming, a home place to escape
congestion and raise a family.
- To be free for anyone
browsing the internet (i.e. no subscriptions)
- To be free of
- To be free of privacy
- The contents were to be
meaningful, most often and interesting.
- To not exceed the common
technology. (i.e. To take into consideration the local economy and what
hardware (computers, phones) and software (connections, operating
systems) that were likely to be in use by the majority of site
- To not SPAM
- To not sell, trade or
rent email addresses to third parties.
- To be user friendly.
- To be as politically
neutral as possible.
From 1997, that foundation
of goals has been maintained, at no cost to anyone but herself; Joyce Meyer
doesn't receive any pay for The Henry County Web (excepting a single client
that desired to be incorporated into the domain name), and covers all it's
expenses herself. She states up-front that the site isn't a "government
agency". The site is privately owned and operated--so she "owns herself" and
answers to her own ethics and principles.
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My Cottage Web Studio/The Henry County Web is a privately owned web site
and does not represent any government agency. Opinions expressed are
solely those of the webmaster/owner or contributors.
"Henry County Web®"
and "Our Own Place in Cyberspace®" are registered service marks
in the state of Kentucky.
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