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EKU's 2021 Colonel Caravan will culminate with a celebration of EKU's move to the ASUN Conference in Richmond on July 1, with ASUN Commissioner Ted Gumbart expected to attend.
The family-friendly event will feature EKU coaches and fun activities. RSVP at https://bit.ly/ASUNCC21.
Event Date: July 01; 6-8 p.m.
Location: Richmond Centre
The Adams lot is closed today for lot maintenance. Please use the Crabbe Street lot. We will not be citing for non-payment today.
Event Date: June 21; All day
Location: Adams lot
The Whitlock lot and service drive will be closed on Tuesday, June 22. Please be aware you will not be able to travel from Alumni Coliseum lot to the Mattox Lot. If you need access to Mattox lot you will need to enter through the Model service drive.
Event Date: June 22; All day
Location: Whitlock lot
Join us for a trip back in time as re-enactors and fiber artists from all over Kentucky (and beyond) demonstrate historical weaving, sewing, spinning and much more. Our newly revamped picnic area is the perfect place to share a packed lunch, and regular mansion tours run on the usual schedule of 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Mansion tours are $10 for adults; $8 for seniors, military, AAA and EKU employees; and $5 for children under 12. All outdoor activities are free to the public.
Event Date: June 26; 11 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Location: White Hall State Historic Site
The Appalachian Shakespeare Center will host the Shakespeare Summer Camp for students in rising grades 3-12. Students will learn about fundamentals of acting and Shakespeare’s language in a fun and interactive environment. The program takes place July 5-9. Registration is open now at https://bit.ly/appshakescamp.
Event Date: July 05; 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. daily
Location: Campbell Building
Cost: $200 with scholarships available
Heimlich Maneuver for Choking
The universal sign for choking is when someone places their hands around the neck. Other signs include: a distressed look, red face and an inability to talk. If the person is coughing, they should be able to remove the blockage themselves and encourage them to do so. If they are not coughing and appear to have a completely blocked airway take these steps.
- Call 911
- Position yourself behind them, wrap your arms around the waist just slightly above the navel and quickly pull inward and upward firmly to thrust the blockage out.
- Never do a finger sweep for removal unless you can see the object.
- You may also deliver back blows by striking the person with your palm firmly between the shoulder blades in an upward motion.
- Deliver each of these in a cycle of five back blows and five abdominal thrusts to clear the blockage.
TIAA understands the importance of being available for those seeking guidance about their retirement accounts. Click "More On This Announcement" below to schedule a virtual counseling session with EKU's TIAA representative Chip Hill.