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News Release: 7/15/2022

 
 
UPCOMING EVENTS
 
 
**please note, our calendar is very busy helping members and currently the first available we have for member/chamber hosted events is
SEPTEMBER 13TH**
 
 
 
AUGUST 9TH -
 
NETWORKING ROUNDTABLE
Stratton Center
215 Washington St
Shelbyville KY
 
LAST CHANCE OF THE YEAR TO ATTEND NETWORKING ROUNDTABLE EVENT!
 
Currently seeking presenting sponsor for event! If interested, please contact BETH
 
 
Shelby County Chamber Annual Golf Scramble
 
When
Friday Sep 9, 2022
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
September 9th, 2022
8:30am Registration
9am Shotgun Start
 
Location
Weissinger Hills Golf Club
2240 Mt Eden Road
Shelbyville, KY 40065
 
 
Fees/Admission
4 Person Team ~ $500 or $125 per person
Title - $5000 AVAILABLE
Tee Gift - $2500 AVAILABLE
Lunch - $1500 TAKEN - KENTUCKY FARM BUREAU
Breakfast - $1000 - AVAILABLE
Golf Ball - $750 - TAKEN KENTUCKY FARM BUREAU
Hole in One - $500 - TAKEN
  • STOCK YARDS BANK & TRUST CO
  • UOFL HEALTH SHELBYVILLE
Range - $250 - AVAILABLE
Putting Green - $250 - 7 MORE AVAILABLE
  • KATAYAMA
Hole - $100 - 14 MORE AVAILABLE
  • SPECTRUM
  • INDEPENDENCE BANK
  • SHELBY ENERGY
  • Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Michelle Keller
Tote Bag Sponsor - TAKEN - REPUBLIC BANK
Swag Bag Sponsor - Unlimited Available
 
 
 
LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE
 
Night at the Races is back!
September 22nd, 2022
$35 per person / $45 per person (non-member)
Credits not available for use
 
Currently seeking presenting sponsor for event, only $1500 and includes 4 FREE tickets!!
 
 
 
OCTOBER 27TH -
 
GLUHWEIN NETWORKING EVENT
Stargazer Plaza
4p-8p
$10/TICKET
MUST BE 21 TO ATTEND
**location may be subject to change weather pending
 
 
BEVERAGE SPONSOR:
 
PRESENTED BY:
 
 
***Have another event coming up we can share? Send it our way!!***
 
SAVE THE DATE 2022
 
  • 3rd Quarter Events
  • Aug 9th, 2022 - Networking Roundtable
  • Sept 9th, 2022 - Annual Golf Scramble
  • Sept 22nd, 2022 - Night at the Races
  • 4th Quarter Events
  • Oct 27th - Gluhwein
  • Nov 9th, 2022 - Annual Awards & Membership Luncheon
 
 
Member hosted events
July 15-17, 22-24, 29-30 - Monty Python's Spamlot Showing
July 16th - Grand Opening for NextHome Custom Realty
July 20th - Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting for Hittles Wrecker Service
July 23rd - Readyfest presented by
July 27th - Morning Mixer @ Shelby Farms Senior Living
July 28th - Jubilee Breakfast
July 30 - Jubilee Celebration Car Cruise-In and Concert
August 3rd - Midday Event @ Hometown Manor
August 3rd – Horseman’s Club Charity Gala
August 5th - Clay Shoot presented by BBB
August 9th - Networking Roundtable
August 11th - Morning Mixer @ Holland Financial Group
August 13th - Bagdad, Bluegrass and Barbeque
August 13 - Summer Concert - Stargazer Plaza
August 17th - Grand Re-Opening @ Vision First
August 18th - Midday Mixer @ German American Bank
August 19th – Lake Shelby Fish Fry
August 19th - Kiwanis Golf Scramble
August 22nd – Ribbon Cutting for Fischer Homes
August 26 - Fourth Friday Concert - Stargazer Plaza
Sept 2nd - Grand Opening @ Woodworks Company
Sept 9th - Annual Golf Scramble
Sept 10th - Summer Concert - Stargazer Plaza
Sept 15-18, 22-25 - The Lion King Jr Showing
Sept 16th – Lake Shelby Fish Fry
Sept 22nd - Night at the Races (limited tickets available)
Sept 23th - Fourth Friday Concert – Stargazer
Sept 25th – 20th Annual Men’s Health Fair with UofL Health
Sept 29th - Morning Mixer @ Independence Bank
Oct 5th - Morning Mixer @ Kentucky Spiral Ham
Oct 13th - Golf Scramble presented by BBB
Oct 18th - Morning Mixer @ Shelby Energy
Oct 27th - Gluhwein Networking
Nov 3rd - Business Expo presented by BBB
Nov 9th - Annual Awards and Member Luncheon
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
July 20th - Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting for Hittles Wrecker Service
 
Hittles Wrecker Service
202 Kentucky Street
 
Begins at 12pm
Ribbon Cutting at 12:30pm
Open until 2pm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
July 27th - Morning Mixer @ Shelby Farms Senior Living
 
Shelby Farms Senior Living
100 Williamsburg Dr
 
Morning Mixer from 7:30am-9:00am
 
CHAMBER MEMBER SPOTLIGHT
 
Meet one of our newest members!!
 
Business name: Skillco Gaming
Location: 85 Breighton Blvd., Shelbyville, KY 40065
Operation Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact Information:
What goods/service do you provide
  • Skillco Gaming is an approved Kentucky Burning Barrel Operator. Kentucky Burning Barrel Skill Games, powered by Pace-O-Matic and manufactured by Miele Manufacturing, are legal games of skill. Kentucky Burning Barrel has the highest earning potential per square foot for locations and can increase customer engagement. Skillco Gaming offers a proactive maintenance process, ongoing game upgrades, unmatched technical support, and comes with the Pace-O-Matic “Peace of Mind” Guarantee.
  • Skillco Games provide legal entertainment for players and the opportunity to use their skills and strategies to win every time. Vastly different than gambling or casino-style games, Skill Games requires players to think and take action to win! 
  • Skillco Gaming is part of the Miele family of companies — Miele Amusements and Miele Manufacturing. Miele companies are part of a third generation, family owned business and at our core we are committed to being a good corporate citizens and proudly support the communities our products are in. Through legal Skill Games, such as Kentucky Burning Barrel, we are able to make donations to nonprofits through the state to help strengthen the Commonwealth.
 
SHELBY COUNTY NEWS
  • Shelby County High new volleyball coach Holly Keim
  • West Middle School new football coach Nic Horine
  • Martha Layne Collins High School new Athletic Director Kate Tucker
  • Shelby County Rockets Baseball will be holding baseball camp for K-8 from July 25-27
  • SCPS school supplies lists have been posted
  • Martha Layne Collins High School will be hosting Freshman and new student orientation on August 8th with back to school bash following at 5pm
  • Mulberry Orchard has changed their hours Tuesday- Friday 9-5, Saturday 9-6, or Sunday 1-5
  • Shelbyville-Shelby County Parks & Recreation, Kentucky is seeking TWO FULL TIME POSITIONS with benefits! Athletic Director and Assistant Athletic Director
  • JD Shelburne concert at Stargazer was a huge success
  • Simpsonville discusses a sewer expansion
  • Council discusses pollution report
  • Seeking donations for Cribs for Kids program
 
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!
 
MAKE SURE TO CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA
 
 
 
 
Welcome to the Shelby County
Chamber of Commerce
 
 
 
 
FreeUp Storage
Danielle Tricarico
1121 Washington Street
 
FreeUp Storage- Make Space for Life | Self-storage, boat storage, and RV storage locations across Washington, Colorado, Texas, Arkansas, and Georgia. Newest location in Shelbyville and Simpsonville Kentucky!
New Heights Bookkeeping
Hollie Place
(502) 536-7472
 
 
At New Heights Bookkeeping, our number one priority is your number one priority: Taking Your Business to the Next Level. We are your numbers people so you don't have to be. We provide basic bookkeeping such as monthly categorizing and reconciling of all transactions, monthly Profit and Loss reports and balance sheets which will help you to make sound business decisions for the future. We also offer add on services such as payroll, class tracking, sales tax filing, and invoicing and bill payment. We can customize a package to fit your business needs and budget. You can reach us by phone or email during normal business hours 8-5 Monday through Friday. New Heights Bookkeeping is a virtual bookkeeping firm which means we can service businesses from all across the United States.
 
 
 
Warren Electric
Lisa Welch
502-584-0360
327 East Caldwell Street, Louisville
 
 
Skillco Gaming
Dan McAllister
502-385-2243
 
We are a gaming company that provides income opportunity for tobacco stores, beer/liquor stores, convenience stores, bowling centers, fraternal clubs, bars and restaurants. Our skill games, Burning Barrel Skill, are a legal form of entertainment that help provide small business with an additional revenue stream. This equipment we provide has zero costs to the retailer and we provide 7 day a week service. Skillco Gaming is a division of The Miele Group out of Williamsport Pennsylvania. We operate over 6,000 game terminals over 3 states.
 
 
Eden Springs Farmstead
Susan McMullan Eden
3235 Todds Point Road, Simpsonville
502-905-4058
 
 
200 acre farm in beautiful Simpsonville, KY offering a wedding/event rental facility in The Barn at Eden Springs while raising beef cattle & lots of other critters and offering peace & wonder! In early 2014, we renovated our 200 year old tobacco barn to offer as a place for a limited number of weddings per year, corporate outings, church functions and day retreats, barn movie gatherings, family reunions, and school events and fundraisers dinners.
 
CHAMBER MEMBER BENEFITS
Member to Member Discounts
 
 
 
 
Have you taken advantage of the FREE radio spotlight? Listen to these and email BETH to request yours!
 
MEMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS
 
“Would you like to sponsor the Horseman's Club Charity Gala? It is a great way to get your name out to the community. You will have your business name or your own name prominently displayed for all 4 nights of the biggest event of the year! Call me at 650-776-4313 or email drsallybroder@gmail.com.”
Thank you!!
 
-Dr. Sally Broder
Stock Yards Bank & Trust would like to welcome a few new members to the team! Help us in welcoming them!!
Stock Yards Bank is excited to announce Jamie James as the Mortgage Loan Officer here in her hometown of Shelby County.
 
Jamie uses her 46 years of banking and finance experience to help her customers each and every day. She believes in using a holistic approach when helping customers with all their banking needs. She loves walking with them through the home ownership process and treasures seeing the smile on their face when the keys to that new home are handed to them at the closing table. When not at work she loves working with her flowers in the yard and bird watching. “I am in the business of helping people and take pleasure in seeing them smile.”
 
Jamie James contact information: 
422 Main Street
Shelbyville, KY 40065
Office: 502-362-0224
Cell: 502-741-4948
NMLS 1258747
Stock Yards Bank is excited to announce Marcy Mudd as the Business Banking Relationship Manager here in Shelby County.
 
Marcy Mudd who has lived in Shelby County for the last 27 years is now the new Business Banking Relationship Manager in Shelby County with Stock Yards Bank & Trust. Marcy has been in the banking industry for 20 years. He is a former board member and president of the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce as well as Leadership Shelby and for the past 19 years he has served as a Small Group Leader at Shelby Christian Church.  Marcy’s office is located at the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Shelby Main Branch located at 422 Main Street, Shelbyville KY.
 
Marcy Mudd
Relationship Manager
Business Banking
Office (502) 232-7010
Mobile (502) 257-2050
Fax (502) 894-9931
 
Are you interested in economic development in our region? Do you have opinions on infrastructure needs, regional service priorities, and/or capital improvements? KIPDA's 2022 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) is underway and your input is instrumental in creating a successful plan. We want to hear from you! Take the KIPDA CEDS Survey here.
 
Gov Beshear Update
 
Orders Flags to Half-Staff in Honor of Floyd County Peace Officers
 
Announces Over $2.3 Million in Investments in Pike County
Funding will build new senior center, provide clean drinking water, improve recreational spaces
 
Gov. Beshear Honors Fallen Floyd County Officers
The Governor recognized three officers and a K-9 who were killed in the line of duty on Thursday, June 30, in Floyd County. Gov. Beshear honored Capt. Ralph Frasure, Deputy William Petry and Officer Jacob Chaffins for their service and dedication to protecting the commonwealth.
“Last Thursday was a tragic night for our commonwealth. Heartbreakingly, we lost three heroic officers and a K-9, making the shooting Kentucky’s deadliest incident for law enforcement in nearly 100 years,” said Gov. Beshear. “Please continue to think about Capt. Ralph Frasure, Deputy William Petry and Officer Jacob Chaffins. They will never be forgotten.”
 
EPA Urged to Allow Butane Gas Additive
 
Commonwealth Sheltering Program
 
Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund
 
Christmas in July Events
 
Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Plan 
Kentucky’s AFCs include all 11 interstate routes and eight parkways. The charging stations are required to be fast charging and will be located every 50 miles, with four chargers per station. Through the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure program, Kentucky will receive $69.5 million in federal funding over five years for this project. With matching funds, it will be a total of $86.9 million. Gov. Beshear expects Kentucky to qualify for more funds to expand the state’s corridors.
 
COVID-19 Update
Gov. Beshear said the state is experiencing a slight escalation of cases, with 10,191 cases announced June 27 through July 3. The positivity rate is also experiencing a slight increase at 15.75% on July 3. Overall hospitalizations in Kentucky, as well as the number of patients in the ICU and on a ventilator, are increasing, but they are not rising proportionately to rising cases.
 
First Lady and Governor to Host Christmas in July Events for Families Impacted by December Tornadoes
Families can learn about event locations and times here and RSVP for the events here  
Families can learn about event locations and times here and RSVP for the events here.
 
Kentucky Just Reported the Highest Annual Growth Rate in 31 Years
Governor delivers the highest and now the second-highest revenue surpluses in state history
 
Relief to Help Families Save
While the state’s economy is booming, the Governor understands that Kentucky families are still impacted by record gas prices and higher costs of consumer goods, and he is working to provide relief. To help families the Governor has recently:
  • Issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency and activating the state’s price gouging laws to protect families from grossly overpriced gasoline and motor fuels.
  • Issued an executive order to freeze vehicle taxes for two years at the January 2021 assessed value due to the pandemic-related rise in used car values, saving Kentuckians approximately $340 million in property tax reductions.
  • Stopped a 2-cents-per-gallon hike in the state’s gas tax that would have taken effect on July 1 and that would have resulted in a price hike on both regular and diesel fuel.
  • Issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency over the baby formula shortage that has impacted the nation and the commonwealth.
 
Presents $6.75 Million in Funding for Transit Center, Parking Garage in Frankfort
‘We must invest in our infrastructure,’ Governor says
 
Advanced Handling Systems Opens Innovation Lab in Erlanger, Creating Quality Jobs With Over Half-Million Dollar Investment
Material handling company relocated to Kentucky in 2020
 
Accuride Corp. to Create 15 Full-Time Jobs With $2 Million Investment in Henderson County
Automotive wheel manufacturer investing in building and equipment upgrades
 
Team Kentucky Update Economic Development
Today, the Governor highlighted two economic development projects in the commonwealth, totaling over $2.5 million in investment, which will create 50 full-time jobs.
  • Decrease in Gas Prices 57 cents in Bowling Green;
  • 45 cents in Covington;
  • 69 cents in Elizabethtown;
  • 57 cents in Henderson;
  • 50 cents in Hopkinsville;
  • 34 cents in Lexington;
  • 45 cents in Louisville; and
  • 70 cents in Owensboro.
State Real Property Tax Decrease
In more positive news for Kentuckians, Gov. Beshear shared that the state real property tax rate has decreased, dropping from 11.9 cents to 11.5 cents per $100 assessed value. The Kentucky Department of Revenue is required by statute to set the real property tax rate each year by July 1. This is the second annual decrease in the real property tax rate – the only two years the rate has decreased since 2008.
Highest Annual Growth Rate in 31 Years
Gov. Beshear said that Kentucky’s record-breaking economic momentum continues this week as the state’s fiscal year 2022 General Fund receipts grew at the highest rate in 31 years. On Monday, the Office of State Budget Director reported 14.6% growth over last year and noted that General Fund receipts totaled $14.7 billion, exceeding the budgeted estimate by $945.4 million. This is the second-highest revenue surplus ever – surpassed only by last year’s record amount – and the budget surplus is expected to be even higher once the books are closed on spending later this month.
Gov. Beshear Announces Additional $12 Million for Western Kentuckians
Today, the Governor announced an additional $12 million from the Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund to assist individuals impacted by the December 2021 tornadoes with specific unmet needs. This assistance is targeted at long-term recovery and will be managed with the assistance of local long-term recovery groups (LTRGs).
Helping the City of Marion Address Water Shortage
The Kentucky Emergency Operations Center, the Kentucky National Guard, the Division of Water, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, the City of Marion and the private sector are coordinating daily to bring bottled and raw water to the city and to find short- and long-term solutions to the water emergency.
988 Suicide and Mental Health Crisis Lifeline
Gov. Beshear said this upcoming weekend, Saturday, July 16, the easy-to-remember three-digit mental health crisis hotline, 988, will operationally launch in the commonwealth.
The move is part of a nationwide departure away from the 10-digit National Suicide Prevention Hotline, 800-273-8255, which remains available during the changeover to help those in need.
COVID-19 Update
Commissioner of the Kentucky Department for Public Health Dr. Steven Stack provided an update on COVID-19, noting that while hospitalizations, ICU bed and ventilator use all remain at some of the lowest levels we have seen since the beginning of the pandemic, the virus is still actively spreading in Kentucky. Approximately two-thirds of Kentucky counties are at a medium or high COVID-19 community level.
 
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If you know someone that would be a great fit for our Board of Directors to help represent all of membership, please let us know! We currently have 3-4 openings for Directors that will begin their term in October 2022 through October 2025. Nominees must be an active and current member for a minimum of 1 year to be considered.
 
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Shelby County Chamber of Commerce
316 Main Street
Shelbyville, KY 40065

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