Associated Press Kentucky Daybook for Wednesday, Jun. 26.
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Wednesday, Jun. 26 2:30 PM Kentucky Gov. Bevin announces adjustment to state salary schedule – Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin announces an adjustment to the state salary schedule, with Personnel Cabinet Secretary Thomas Stephens, and Justice & Public Safety Cabinet Deputy Secretary Jonathan Grate
Location: Probation & Parole Office, 2008 Mercer Rd, Lexington, KY
Weblinks: http://www.kentucky.gov, https://twitter.com/GovMattBevin
Contacts: Nicole Burton, Kentucky Governor’s Office, Nicole.Burton@ky.gov, 1 502 564 2611
Wednesday, Jun. 26 7:05 PM Congressional Baseball Game for Charity – Annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity * The annual game sees Democrats face Republicans, with funds raised going to charities including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, Washington Literacy Center and U.S. Capitol Police Memorial Fund Participants include Democrats Sen. Chris Murphy, and Reps. Pete Aguilar, Colin Allred, Nanette Diaz Barragan, Salud Carbajal, Mike Doyle, Ruben Gallego, Jesus Garcia, Hakeem Jeffries, Dan Kildee, Tom Malinowski, Ed Perlmutter, Dean Phillips, Marc Veasey and Greg Stanton, and Republicans Sen. Rand Paul, and Reps. Steve Scalise, Mark Amodei, Kelly Armstrong, Troy Balderson, Mo Brooks, Tim Burchett, Jeff Duncan, Sam Graves, Barry Loudermilk, John Rutherford, Trent Kelly, Mark Walker, Russ Fulcher, Steve Watkins and Bruce Westerman
Location: Nationals Park, 1500 S Capitol St SE, Washington, DC
Weblinks: http://www.congressionalbaseball.org, https://twitter.com/thehillbaseball, #CBG19
Contacts: Michelle Payne, email@example.com, 1 703 683 7500
Gates open 5:30 PM
Wednesday, Jun. 26 – Saturday, Jun. 29 ROMP bluegrass and Americana music festival – ROMP, 16th annual bluegrass and Americana music festival headlined by Trampled by Turtles (Thursday), The Del McCoury Band (Friday) and Ricky Skaggs (Saturday)
Location: Yellow Creek Park, 5710 KY HWY 144, Owensboro, KY
Weblinks: http://www.rompfest.com/, https://twitter.com/rompfest, #rompfest
Contacts: Katie Keller, Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum, firstname.lastname@example.org, 1 270 926 7891
Thursday, Jun. 27 – Saturday, Jun. 29 7:30 AM Faith & Freedom Coalition ‘Road to Majority’ Annual Conference continues – Faith & Freedom Coalition ‘Road to Majority’ Annual Conference continues, with speakers today including Republican Sens. Ted Cruz, David Perdue, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul, Rep. Mark Meadows and House Majority Whip Steve Scalise * Agenda today also includes Capitol Hill Townhall with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Sens. Mike Lee, Marsha Blackburn, James Lankford and Josh Hawley, CVC Auditorium, U.S. Capitol (3:00 PM EDT)
Location: Omni Shoreham Hotel, 2500 Calvert St NW, Washington, DC
Weblinks: http://www.roadtomajority.com, https://twitter.com/FaithandFreedom
Contacts: Lance Lemmonds, Faith & Freedom Coalition, Lance@ffcoalition.com, 1 770 622 1501
Thursday, Jun. 27 Humana Inc: Q2 2019 Ex-dividend date
Weblinks: http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=92913&p=irol-IRHome, https://twitter.com/Humana
Contacts: Regina Nethery, Humana Investor Relations, Rnethery@humana.com, 1 502 580 3644