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News Release: 3/18/2022

 
 
UPCOMING EVENTS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
March 31st -
 
Morning Mixer @ ShelbyKY Tourism
Help us welcome and meet Janette Marson, CEO of ShelbyKY Tourism
 
 
 
 
 
April 12th -
 
Morning Mixer @
Little Light House
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 19th -
 
Main Street Clean Sweep
@ Stargazer Plaza
 
 
***Have another event coming up we can share? Send it our way!!***
 
SAVE THE DATE 2022
  • 2nd Quarter Events
  • May 12, 2022 - Networking Roundtable (details below)
  • June 11, 2022 - Showcase on Main (details below)
  • 3rd Quarter Events
  • August 18th, 2022 Member Luncheon
  • Sept 8th, 2022 - Networking Roundtable
  • Annual Golf Scramble
  • 4th Quarter Events
  • Gluhwein & Octoberfest
  • Nov 9th, 2022 - Annual Awards & Membership Luncheon
 
 
Member hosted events
March 26th - HorseSensing - Gold Star Family
March 31st - Morning Mixer @ ShelbyKY Tourism
April 4-8th - Spring Break SCPS
April 12th - Morning Mixer @ Little Light House of Kentucky
April 12th - Career & Technical Education Partnership Celebration Dinner
April 15th - Eminence Job Fair
April 15th - Young Leaders Environment Day
April 18th - 12th Annual Shelby County Friends of Scouting Dinner
April 19th - Main Street Clean Sweep on Main Street 8:30 - 11:00am
April 21st - Ribbon Cutting @4pm for Shelby Farms Senior Living
April 22nd - Personalized Learning Day SCPS
April 23rd - Dogwood Festival
April 27th - Mixer & Ribbon Cutting @ KFB Shelbyville
April 30th - Health Fair @ Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks
April 30th - HorseSensing - Pie Contest
May 9th - ALC Golf Scramble
May 12th - Networking Roundtable in Simpsonville
May 21st – Planters Festival in Simpsonville
May 30th – Farmers Market in Simpsonville 
June 1st - Mixer @ Lacey Stivers State Farm
June 4th - Simpsonville Farmers Market, Spring Festival and Hair bangers ball
June 11th - Showcase on Main
June 29th - Morning Mixer @ KFB Simpsonville
 
 
 
 
 
 
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE NEXT NETWORKING ROUNDTABLE ON MAY 12TH!
 
ONLY 48 SPOTS AVAILABLE!
 
 
CLICK HERE TO RESERVE BOOTH SPACE OR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR SHOWCASE ON MAIN ON JUNE 11TH!
 
SPOTS ARE LIMITED!
 
YOUR MEMBERSHIP MATTERS
 
MARKETING COMMITTEES NEWEST OPPORTUNITY FOR OUR MEMBERS!
 
April will be the 9th edition of the Shelby Spill that has grown from starting in 10 locations on Main Street to 64 locations throughout the county!
 
April edition has been redesigned to allow space for our members to place a business card size advertisement!
 
Other than the notorious coffee stain, these ads will be the only color on the black and white publication grabbing the attention of our readers!
 
Only $150 per month
 
Only 6 spots per month so make sure to get your requests in quick! Only a few more open for April!
 
 
 
 
 
 
Young Leaders Agriculture Day!
Thank you for hosting us!
Jeptha Creed
Buckler Farms
Patrick Hargadon
Lettleiki Icelandics
Candace Alymer
 
 
 
Do you know a current freshmen that would benefit from the Young Leaders Program? Applications are now available.
 
I am sharing our #IL3 Newsletter that goes out to our families and our community. Feel free to share the good news and highlights with your clients and friends. 
 
HERE is the link to the #IL3 Newsletter which includes an update on our COVID testing at the fairgrounds and highlights from our schools.
 
HERE is the link to Dr. Sally Sugg's 3/11/22 video update. 
 
HERE is a link to a special column in Kentucky Teacher magazine that was written by Shelby County's own Mike Hesketh about our Local Laboratory of Learning. (SCL3)
 
Special thanks to our 2022 Teacher of the Year sponsors: U of L Health, Insurance Associates, and Pathelen Florists. Our teachers had a wonderful awards program and you can read about them in Wednesday's Sentinel News! Thanks again!
 
Do you have a teenager looking to schedule their permit testing? Road test? Alive at 25?
What about looking to renew your license or get the new Real ID?
 
Well, we have you covered! Step by step directions for all that just below!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Any questions or donations to support Sean can be directed to Steven Shannon at 502-529-2062
 
MAKE SURE TO CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA
 
 
 
 
Welcome to the Shelby County
Chamber of Commerce
 
 
MayTeam Realtors
Tobi Hammond
10115 Production Court
Louisville
 
Every member of our team works in real estate out of a genuine desire to help people. As you navigate the home buying or selling process, we're there every step of the way to answer your questions and help you achieve the most profitable outcome possible.
  •  Board-Certified Agents
  •  Familiar with Local Neighborhoods
  •  Knowledgeable on All Aspects of the Real Estate Process
  •  Caring and Compassionate
Call us today and get the help you need to find your dream home!
 
 
 
Fischer Homes
Steven Tolle
2301 Terra Crossing
Louisville
 
Recognized as the nation's 29th largest builder, Fischer Homes is one of the most reputable new home builders in the Midwestern and Southeastern states. The company was founded in 1980 in Northern Kentucky by Henry and Elaine Fischer with the philosophy of "Promise only what you can deliver and deliver what you promise," and have been building quality homes ever since.
Over the past 40 years, privately-owned Fischer Homes has proudly built over 30,000 homes and has one of the highest customer service ratings in the industry. They have partnered with nationally known architects to bring fresh and innovative styles to their extensive portfolio of new home designs.
Headquartered in Erlanger, Kentucky, Fischer Homes builds new homes in communities throughout Northern Kentucky; Cincinnati, Ohio; Columbus, Ohio; Indianapolis, Indiana; Atlanta, Georgia; Louisville, Kentucky; Dayton, Ohio and St. Louis, Missouri. Their collections of single-family, condominiums, and patio homes offer choices for people in all stages of life and range in price from the low $100s to $1 million. They are also an ENERGY STAR certified partner and a proud builder of the St. Jude Dream Home. To find a community or a new home near you, visit fischerhomes.com.
 
 
Shelter Insurance
Jessica Cole
502-633-4827
193 Alpine Dr Shelbyville
 
Shelter Insurance® is a property casualty insurance company offering auto and home insurance in addition to several other insurance products, including:
Life Insurance
Renters Insurance
Motorcycle Insurance
RV Insurance
ATV Insurance
Boat Insurance
Umbrella Insurance
Personal Articles/Inland Marine Insurance
Farm Insurance
Business Insurance
 
 
 
 
Total Vend
Brian Hoben
502-639-0482
4710 Robards Ln Louisville
 
EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY JUST RIGHT FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Total Vend has built a reputation on service in Louisville, from reliable vending machines to sophisticated micro-market design.
USConnect member, an organization dedicated to bringing customers the latest advancements in technology
Proud member of NAMA, a national association striving for excellence in the convenience services industry
Excellent variety by continually rotating in new products to keep your selections at the absolute best
Online vending machines and kiosks ensure we know what sells at your location, creating reports to restocking lists
Employees are trained to take pride in their work, delivering friendly, courteous expertise to Louisville break rooms
 
 
5253 Design Group
Chris Cottongim
502-719-0845
527 Main Street Shelbyville
 
5253 Design Group is a full service architectural firm. The firm was founded and has based our principles on the idea that we are in business to help clients define and realize their vision. Our first and foremost understanding is, this is the client’s project, and your needs and concerns must be met. 
 
Every project has unique challenges and design opportunities. Our ability to be flexible in design will allow projects to respond to the critical issues whether those issues are aesthetics, building program, or site related. 
 
The key to success for all projects is good communication. That is why it is important for a Client to hire someone they can work with and with whom they can communicate. We have the communication skills necessary to deliver a successful project.
Early Environmental
Jennie Early
502-647-3223
1012 Mount Vernon Dr Shelbyville
 
24 hour emergency response environmental clean up
Hometown Manor Assisted Living Memory Care
Bonnie Lauby
74 Mack Walters, Shelbyville
 
Our Assisted Living Memory Care Community in Shelbyville is the perfect place for anyone with memory impairment. With only 11 rooms, we are able to provide a ton of personalized attention and one-on-one activities for our residents. Our secured unit also has a locked courtyard for our residents to enjoy during the summer months and a staffing ratio of 1:3.
 
CHAMBER MEMBER ADVERTISEMENTS
 
IT Security Tip: POP QUIZ! You are hacked, what do you do?....
 
Think fast: what’s the first thing you do after realizing you just replied to the e-mail from the Nigerian prince wanting to give you a sum of $34 million? Okay, you most likely didn’t reply to that…but let’s suppose you suddenly realize your machine or device has been compromised. Do you know what to do immediately?
First, physically disconnect the device from your company’s network (if appropriate) and the Internet by disconnecting the WiFi. Next, call US, your IT company, and report the incident. Even if you suspect something is going on, follow these steps. Do NOT ignore it, click it away or try to fix it yourself.
If you’re an employer, work with your IT company to create step-by-step instructions on what to do if employees believe they have witnessed a cyber-incident. Training needs to happen NOW, not when the problem is happening. Even the simple instructions above can save you from having a nasty virus spread throughout your organization and to your clients.
 
Coleman Groves
Systems Consultant
Information Systems Consulting Kentucky
(502) 292-5085 - Work
 
 
 
Important Dates to note for the
STOCK YARDS BANK CONVERSION*
_________ 
 
The dates below pertain to converting your Commonwealth Bank account(s) to a Stock Yards Bank account(s). Please make a note of the dates that impact you.
 
 
Week of MARCH 14, 2022
SYB Mastercard debit cards will be mailed to cardholders.
 
 
WED. MARCH 23, 2022
Last day to schedule a bill payment using Commonwealth Bank Online Bill Pay.
 
 
THURS. MARCH 24, 2022
Last day to make a Commonwealth Bank mobile deposit.
 
 
FRI. MARCH 25, 2022
REMEMBER TO DOWNLOAD ALL OF YOUR TAX DOCUMENTS FROM CB&T ONLINE BANKING BEFORE 5 PM EST. This is the last day you will have access to your account through Commonwealth Bank Online Banking. Access will be restricted after 5 PM EST.
 
 
SUN. MARCH 27, 2022
» Commonwealth Bank debit cards will be active until 11:59 PM EST.
» After 11:59 PM EST, you may begin using your new Stock Yards Bank debit cards.
 
 
MON. MARCH 28, 2022
» You may begin using Stock Yards Bank Digital Banking and BillPay by logging in to www.syb.com.
» You may begin making loan payments to Stock Yards Bank.
» You will have access to all 73 Stock Yards Bank locations and ATMs.
 
 
 
*These dates can be referenced on page 3 of the Step-By-Step Welcome Guide mailed to your home or business the first week of March 2022. For detailed information about our merger, or to download a digital copy of the guide, visit www.syb.com/commonwealth.
 
If you have any questions, the Stock Yards Bank Call Center is ready and able to assist you! Just call (502) 582-2571 or send an email to onlinecustomerservice@syb.com
 
 
 
Governor Update
March 18th, 2022
 
Awards More Than $1.9 Million for Crittenden, Graves and Livingston Counties for Infrastructure Improvements, Governor presents three Mayfield residents with keys to new travel trailers from Commonwealth Sheltering Program
 
Breaks Ground on Consumer Cellular Customer Support Center in Louisville, Project announced in December 2021 will create nearly 500 full-time jobs

Lt. Gov. Coleman Announces More Than $2.7 Million in Funding to Breckenridge, Grayson and Meade Counties: LEITCHFIELD / HARDINSBURG / BRANDENBURG
 
Update on COVID-19COVID-19 Case Information, Vaccinations Update
  • Number of people who have received at least one vaccine dose in Kentucky: 2,894,264
  • Number of people who have received their vaccination booster in Kentucky: 1,096,243
  • Today’s Positivity Rate: 4.17%
  • Current Hospitalizations: 470
  • Current Intensive Care Admittances: 95
  • Currently on Ventilators: 56
  • During the week ending March 13, 283 deaths were reported in Kentucky.
  • During the week ending March 13, there were 9,532 newly reported cases of COVID-19 and the seven-day test positivity rate was 4.17%. Cases and the positivity rate have decreased compared with the prior week, ending March 6, when there were 12,010 new cases and the average test positivity rate was 6.04%.
 
Emergency Funding Losses for COVID-19 Response
  • The Governor warned that in the absence of new ARPA funding or other legislative appropriations, several programs that have helped Kentuckians during the pandemic are anticipated to end.
  • Without more funding, beginning July 1, 2022:
  • The COVID-19 test-to-stay program for kindergarten through 12th grade will end; no program will be possible for the 2022-2023 academic year;
  • The Community Antibody Administration Center program – which was mandated during the 2021 legislative special session – will cease;
  • State-supported community-based COVID-19 testing provided throughout the commonwealth by Gravity Diagnostics and the University of Kentucky will cease;
  • State-supported COVID-19 testing in Kentucky’s long-term care facilities will cease or wind down as federal CDC funds available to support this activity run out; and
  • The ability to support the commonwealth’s 90-day PPE emergency supply and necessary warehouse storage space is uncertain, as a pre-paid lease is set to expire and will require renewal beginning July 1, 2023; an alternative funding source has not yet been identified to sustain this program.
 
March 14 is the Last Day to Apply for FEMA Disaster Assistance
Awards More Than $3.3 Million for McCreary and Pulaski Counties for Infrastructure Upgrades, Grants fund Cleaner Water Program projects, transportation, park improvements
 
Invests More than $1.6 Million for Infrastructure Upgrades in Warren County, Grants will rehabilitate College Street Pedestrian Bridge, bring new features to Weldon Peete Park
 
Team Kentucky Update, Governor signs three bills into law that expand peer counseling, improve patient options and improve efficiency for title, registration process
  • Governor Signs Bills into Law
  • Senate Bill 64
  • Senate Bill 140
  • House Bill 284
  • Capitol Dome Restoration Project
  • Gov. Beshear Breaks Ground on Consumer Cellular Customer Support Center in Louisville
  • Gov. Beshear, Lt. Gov. Coleman Present Infrastructure Awards to Eight Counties
  • governor Wishes Kentucky Teams Good Luck as March Madness Begins
  • Severe Weather Possible on Friday
  • Team Kentucky All-Star
 
 
 
 
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Time to start looking at scholarship options from the Shelby County Chamber!
 
HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS: The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Scholarship is designed to assist a Shelby County student who intends to pursue a postsecondary degree in a technical field. Preference will be given to applicants expressing a strong desire to return to Shelby County upon completion of training and/or attainment of the desired degree. The scholarship monies will be awarded toward tuition and/or required books used in the course work at an accredited institution.
 
 
 
 
 
 
MEMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
 
Please find attached the Healthy Choices Newsletter that contains recipes, nutrition articles and local event information including the April 30 Health and Fitness Fun Day.
Garden Party tickets are on sale now! Get your 20%discount with the code: EARLYBIRD! May 21 @ 11 AM, Stratton Community Center in Shelbyville #Itsforthekids #specialneeds #tuitionfree Click Here
 
Presidential Sponsors
 
Shelby County Chamber of Commerce
316 Main Street
Shelbyville, KY 40065

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