On Tuesday night, the Berea City Council welcomed Zinnia Hensley as the new Social Services Coordinator for the Berea Police Department. She was introduced by Interim Police Chief Danny Brewer, who stepped into his new role two weeks ago. (City of Berea)
• The Berea Craft Festival was named the top Arts and Crafts destination by Kentucky Living Magazine during an awards ceremony Thursday night.
Destination: The Pinnacles in Berea, a forest with hiking trails and hidden caves, scenic overlooks and scented wildflowers. Each year for three fabulous festival days, stunning art, delicious food, wandering musicians, dancers and artisans converge at the Indian Fort Theater at The Pinnacles.
What an opportunity to enjoy folk, jazz and mountain music, a variety of foodstuffs and browsing for handcrafted, one-of-a-kind treasures—pottery, jewelry, dolls, baskets, paintings, woodcrafts and more. (Kentucky Living)
• The Berea Planning Commission will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall Chambers to discuss a zone change request from Les Stewart, 1035 Peggy Flats Road from A-1 Agriculture to R-1 Single Family.
A work session (training and discussion) also is planned on the comprehensive plan.
• The Berea City Council has called a special meeting for 6 p.m. Monday in the community room at City Hall. The lone item on the agenda is grant requests.