We are growing! In case you missed it, the February Chamber Luncheon was packed!
Speaker Joseph Danzer, a Google Certified Photographer informed the crowd how to get their business online with Google Search and Maps. It has been exciting to watch the growth of the monthly Chamber luncheons as we continually strive to present programs and opportunities beneficial to your business and family. Thanks goes to luncheon sponsor Lincoln National Bank, and non-profit sponsor LaRue County Public Library and Arrowhead BBQ for catering.
Mark your calendars for this month’s luncheon on Wednesday, March 16 at noon. You don’t want to miss LaRue County’s very own Dale Dobson with the Department of Agriculture highlighting current projects underway and discussing the importance of Ag Safety as we all “Share the Road this Spring.” Please RSVP by noon on Tuesday, March 15, by calling the Chamber office at 270-358-3411.
Due to the nature of this presentation with interactive displays, the March 16 luncheon will be held at First Baptist Church Hodgenville located on 730 Tonieville Road. First Baptist Church will also cater lunch. Citizens Union Bank is the luncheon sponsor and LaRue County Cooperative Extension Service is the non-profit sponsor.
Make plans now to stop by the Chamber booth at the LaRue County Extension Expo on Saturday, March 19, which is held at the LaRue County High School gym.
Chamber members are also growing! The grand opening for Farm Credit Mid America’s new offices will be Friday, March 25 from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Their offices are located at 501 South Ring Road in Elizabethtown. The ribbon cutting will take place at 11:30 a.m. Join us as we celebrate this exciting time with Farm Credit.
Did I mention the Chamber is growing?! The Chamber welcomes the following new members: Ace Hardware, David Harrison, Ricky Alvey, Community Health District and The Best Little Hair House.
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: LaRue County Judge Executive Tommy Turner and LaRue County Fiscal Court, Lincoln Jamboree, Citizens Union Bank, Paula’s Hot Biscuit, Lincoln Way, Shirley’s Fabric Shop, Harned Auctioneers LLC, Sunrise Manor, Auto City by Wright’s 210, Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning, Farm Credit Mid America, Atria Assisted Living, E.G. Sanders, Hometown Pizza, Countryside Getaway, First Baptist Church, The Sweet Shoppe, Hinton’s Orchard and Farm Market, and Kentucky Utilities LG & E.