Sept. 11, 2013 —
With a record 19 teams, the Grayson Area Chamber of Commerce 2013 Golf Scramble was an exciting and fun event! Our team winners represented Melini Cucina Italian Restaurant for First Place, First National Bank for Second Place and Malone Funeral Home the Third Place Team.
Thank you to our sponsors Texas Road House, Judge-Executive Charles Wallace, McDonalds of Grayson, Cannonsburg Walmart, GRECC, Commercial Bank, Action Tires, Dr. Anthony Kee, Architectural Planning & Design, Brown’s Mobile Homes, Bellefonte Country Club, Caribbean Sun, Cash Exchange, Citizens National Bank, Clay Tire Sales, Computer Services, Inc., Custom Pools & Spas, Derrick Willis, Attorney, Dyer’s Big Sandy Furniture, KY Farm Bureau, Farmer’s Hardware, Gibbs True Value Hardware, Giovanni’s Pizza, Grayson Mobile Homes, Grayson Truck & Trailer Repair, Grayson Warehouse Flooring, Grayson Sanitation, Guns, Gold & Cash, Grayson Subway, Hitchins Post, Homespun Sisters, Horton Brothers & Brown Pharmacy, James Family Outfitters, James Accounting, Repr. Jill York-Printworks, JMK Electric, Mike Johnston, Jody Mayo-Ross Realty, John Dean, CPA, Jordan Ice, Justice Family Dentistry, Justice Town Mall, L & M Trophy, McCloud Eye Care, MaMa Hazel’s Bakery, McFarland-Murray Chevrolet, Miller Insurance, City National Bank, North Star Energy, Papa John’s Pizza, Robert Caummisar, Ralph’s Foodfair, Robert Miller, Attorney, Senator Robin Webb, Sparks Funeral Home, Stampers Carpet Sales, Ramona Salyer State Farm, Stor All Group, T. LaVerne Lincoln, Tim Hortons Donuts, Tres Hermanos, Wiggles & Gilles Daycare, Windstream, WGOH WUGO TV14, Wilma’s Dress Shop, First National Bank, Don Hall Chevrolet and KY Automotive in Grayson.
Special thank you to coordinators James Carper and Amber Carper Watson!
Grayson Area Chamber of Commerce Coordinator
Sept. 11, 2013 —
- Letters to the Editor
Support Olive Hill as Trail Town on Saturday
Olive Hill is preparing for its Trail Town "trial run" this coming Saturday. It is an important part of the process leading up to certification as an official KY Trail Town.
Grayson Lake spring cleanup successful
The Grayson Lake Spring Cleanup took place on Saturday, April 5. Together with the Army Corps of Engineers, The Friends of Grayson Lake, ACTC, and other volunteers, a crowd of 130 show up to do their part in keeping Grayson Lake clean.
Thanks from Oldtown Fire Dept.
The Oldtown Volunteer Fire Department would like to thank everyone that baked pies, cakes, and candy and donated items for the pie social.
Thanks for supporting Gateway Community Action Agency
On April 9, Gateway participated in the second annual KY Gives Day, where nonprofits from across the state reached out to their communities requesting donations to support their mission.
Be careful of those you trust
I would like to respond in answer to Charles Wallace's pitiful letter to avenge himself against the “stuff told” by the Health Department in the Eastern KY Voice this Friday. Folks, it’s simple. He has lost two major battles against us “girls” here at the Health Department and we were in anticipation of the third battle starting.
Olive Hill Health Department: Raising questions
During the last health department meeting, information was provided to employees regarding the closing of the Olive Hill Health Department branch, which I had previously asked about. They informed me they did not have the revenue to keep it open. If the health department was not closed in Olive Hill it would be hundreds of thousands of dollars in the red.
Legislators consider minimum wage needs
I commend these four legislators, Rep. Jill York, Rep. C.B. Embry, Rep. Dwight Butler, and Rep. Jim Stewart by voting yes on the Minimum Wage Bill.
Encouraging colon cancer screenings
March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month and an opportunity to bring attention to potentially lifesaving actions people can take. This year, the American Cancer Society estimates 136,830 people will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer in the U.S.
Get involved with your local chamber
Are you involved with your local chamber of commerce? Chambers of Commerce are a great way to make business contacts, and even friends.
Alcohol sales would hurt Olive Hill
I am 64 years old and I have lived in the city limits of Olive Hill my entire life. I have seen Olive Hill when it was prosperous and I have seen it when it was not so prosperous.
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