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UK HR Work-Life to host free parent’s resource fair

Mother and daughter.
Pete Comparoni | UK Photo.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug. 2, 2022) — University of Kentucky HR Work-Life is hosting a free parent’s resource fair from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12, in Ballrooms B and C of the Gatton Student Center. Stop by and stay as long as your schedule allows. 

“Parents and guardians are always looking for ways to educate, support and entertain their children,” said Azetta Beatty, HR Work-Life manager. “Throughout a child’s life they will need a variety of support and opportunities to grow and develop. We hope this in-person fair helps UK employees connect with a lot of helpful resources in one space.” 

At this fair, UK employees will have an opportunity to connect with child-friendly resources for school-age children regarding:

  • academic/mental health support;
  • after school programs;
  • camps (fall, spring, summer, no school);
  • extracurricular activities; and
  • family support.

To register for the fair, visit the HR website.

Also, employees are invited to check out details about each resource in the event website listing.

For more information, contact Azetta Beatty at


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