September Chamber Luncheon

 

September Chamber Luncheon
When
Wednesday September 21, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT
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Hodgenville Woman’s Club
19 Lincoln Square
Hodgenville, KY 42748
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Bluegrass Cellular
Putter’s Par & Grill
Integrity Staffing Solutions
Putter’s Par & Grill
Friday, September 23
11:30AM
LaRue County Golf Course
1175 Greensburg Road

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Join us for lunch!
The September Luncheon is the United Way Campaign Kick Off. Trinity Searcy with Karbec LLC, is the United Way of Central Kentucky’s 2016 Campaign Chair and Scott Conway with Magnolia Bank, United Way of Central Kentucky’s Board Chair will be speaking.
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The venue for the September Luncheon is the Hodgenville Woman’s Club.

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Lunch is $8 in advance with reservations or $10 at the door. Please RSVP by noon on Tuesday, September 20 via email or call the Chamber office at 270-358-3411.
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Krista Levee
LaRue County Chamber of Commerce
info@laruecountychamber.org
270-358-3411

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Thank you!

SPECIAL THANKS

The Chamber is grateful to the businesses, organizations, and individuals who continually choose to invest with their time, talents, and contributions. Special thanks to the following renewals: Rita Williams, Save-A-Lot, Lincoln Days Celebration, The Lincoln Museum, Allen’s Heating & Air Conditioning, Garrett’s Furniture, LaRue-Carey Insurance Group, LaRue County Community & Economic Development, Vision First, LaRue County Golf Association, Nina Cundiff, Commonwealth Broadcasting, Hodgenville Machine & Tool, Konsei USA, All the Way Plumb Bed & Breakfast Farmstay, Papa John’s, Hosparus, City of Hodgenville, Comcast, Blakey Printing, Houchens IGA, and LaRue County Farm Bureau Board.

Welcome New Members

The Chamber would like to welcome our newest members who have joined recently! For more information about these great members click on the membership directory!

Bluegrass Cellular

Putter’s Par & Grill

Integrity Staffing Solutions

 

Leadership LaRue Class 2016-2017

 

LEADERSHIP LARUE 2016-2017

The new class of Leadership LaRue is underway with a great start. This month the class enjoyed a kick-off luncheon and a team building day at Elizabethtown Community  & Technical College. The class will meet monthly on the second Thursday of the month. Follow their journey this year on the Chamber’s Facebook page as we share pictures and videos from their experiences.

The Leadership LaRue Class includes:

Michelle Brown – Karbec, LLC

Jimmy Curle – LaRue County Public Library Board

Tammy Davidson – Sunrise Manor

Adam Estes – Elizabethtown Community & Technical College

Dana Garrett – United Way of Central Kentucky

Michele Mattingly – Lincoln National Bank

Lindsey Peace – Magnolia Bank

Ginger Perry – Farm Credit Mid-America

Doug Ponder – LaRue County Herald News

Debbie Rucker – City of Hodgenville

Kendra Slayton – Hardin Memorial Hospital

Jessica Stowers – Fort Knox Federal Credit Union

Charlotte Tucker – LaRue County Board of Education

Marcy Ward – LaRue County Cooperative Extension

Scott Williams – First Baptist Church Hodgenville

 

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Pictured front row left: Adam Estes, Jessica Stowers, Lindsey Peace, Dana Garrett, Doug Ponder, Scott Williams, Ginger Perry and Jimmy Curle

Back row from left: Michelle Brown, Michele Mattingly, Charlotte Tucker, Marcy Ward, Kendra Slayton and Debbie Rucker. Not pictured is Tammy Davidson

 

August Chamber Luncheon

The August Chamber Luncheon is scheduled for Wednesday, August 17 at 12PM.

RSVP by noon on Tuesday, August 16 via email, info@laruecountychamber.org  or call the Chamber office at 270-358-3411.

Speaker: Dennis Wells, Director of Emergency Mangement
Topic: Code Red, Yellow Dot and Community Safety

Luncheon Sponsor: Farm Credit Mid-America

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Catering: Hinton’s Orchard & Farm Market

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Location: LaRue County Cooperative Extension
807 Old Elizabethtown Road
Hodgenville, KY  42748

 

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Abraham Lincoln Birthplace Invites Everyone to #FindYourPark during the Centennial Birthday Month!

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park
News Release

For Release: Immediate
Contact: Stacy Humphreys
Phone: 270-358-3137
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace Invites Everyone to #FindYourPark during the Centennial Birthday Month!

Hodgenville, KY – The National Park Service invites visitors of all ages to join in the celebration of its 100th birthday throughout the month of August. With special events across the country, and free admission to all 412 national parks from August 25 through August 28, the NPS is encouraging everyone to #FindYourPark / #EncuentraTuParque for the centennial.

“August – our birthday month – will be a nationwide celebration of national parks, and we’re inviting everyone to the party,” said National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis. “We like to think that we look pretty good for 100, and with so many events and activities to commemorate this milestone, we hope all Americans will join us to celebrate the breathtaking landscapes and inspiring history in our nation’s parks and public lands. Whether it is in a distant state or in your own community, there are hundreds of ways and places to find your park!”

Events Across the Country
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace will host a special event on the weekend of August 27-28, 2016 to mark the Centennial anniversary of the National Park Service. A Living Historian portraying President Woodrow Wilson who signed the Organic Act (that created the NPS) and the park’s Enabling Legislation will be on hand to meet and talk with visitors. A re-enactment of the signing of the park’s Enabling Legislation and Organic Act will be held.

“We invite the public to come out and enjoy the park, and join us in celebrating the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service,” said Park Superintendent Jay Grass.

From a solar car relay through nine national parks, to major and minor league baseball games, to cultural and musical festivals; events and programs throughout the U.S. will provide countless ways for families, students, and park-lovers of all ages to discover special park experiences for the centennial.

Among the hundreds of special events that will celebrate the National Park Service’s Centennial:

• The National Park Service and tribal partners will celebrate the grand opening of the Huna Tribal House at Glacier Bay National Park.
• “Music in the American Wild” concerts will bring special compositions to several western parks, funded in part through grants from the National Endowment for the Arts “Imagine Your Parks” program for the NPS Centennial.
• Thomas Edison National Historical Park will bring Edison’s innovative spirit to the New York City skyline in the third in a series of Park Exchange events.
• In a unique partnership with NASA, a group of fourth-grade students at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park will speak with an astronaut live from the International Space Station.

A sampling of additional events is available on the National Park Service website, and many more can be found at FindYourPark.com and EncuentraTuParque.com.

Entrance Fees Waived for the NPS Birthday through the Weekend

Park entrance fees will be waived nationwide from August 25 through August 28 to encourage everyone to celebrate the NPS 100th birthday. Usually, 127 of the 412 national parks charge entrance fees that range from $3 to $30. The entrance fee waiver does not cover amenity or user fees for activities such as camping, boat launches, transportation, or special tours.

To continue the national park adventure beyond these entrance fee free days, the $80 America the Beautiful National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass allows unlimited entrance to more than 2,000 sites, including all national parks, throughout the year. There are also a variety of free or discounted passes available for senior citizens, current military members, fourth grade students, and disabled citizens.

Find Your Park to Celebrate the Centennial

On August 25, 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed the act that created the National Park Service “to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and the wild life therein and to provide for the enjoyment of the same in such manner and by such means as will leave them unimpaired for future generations.”

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of that moment and to look ahead to the next 100 years, in early 2015 the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation launched the Find Your Park / Encuentra Tu Parque movement. Inspiring people from all backgrounds to celebrate and support America’s national parks and community-based programs, #FindYourPark / #EncuentraTuParque invites people to discover and share their own unique connections to our nation’s natural landscapes, vibrant culture, and rich history.

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About the National Park Service. More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America’s 409 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. Visit us at www.nps.gov, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nationalparkservice, Twitter at www.twitter.com/natlparkservice, and YouTube at www.youtube.com/nationalparkservice.

Leadership LaRue Class 2016-2017

It is time for the next Leadership LaRue County Class!

We are building leaders and making lasting friendships!
Click on the application to learn more or call the Chamber office, 270-358-3411.

Leadership Application 2016

Congressman Brett Guthrie to visit LaRue County

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LaRue County Mobile Food Pantry

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Chamber phone outage

The Chamber and Lincoln Days are currently experiencing a service outage with our phone lines. The service provider is working on the outage and hopes to resolve it after we have closed for the day.  For this afternoon, please contact the Chamber through our website or Facebook page.