Commercial Bank of Grayson will be closing their Grayson and Olive Hill locations to lobby traffic. The bank will maintain regular hours for drive-through service for the next two weeks, and will then reevaluate their plans at that time. They will also open new accounts and work with loan clients by appointment, and remain available by telephone to answer any questions.
"We're really pushing our online banking at this time," said bank president Mark Strother. He explained that they will answer any questions about online banking by telephone at 474-7811.
Olive Hill Chamber of Commerce meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 19, has been canceled.
All meetings at the Carter County Extension Office have been canceled until April 6.
The American Legion Post 342 in Willard will be closed until further notice, “to ensure the safety and well being of our members, their families, and our entire community during the covid-19 pandemic,” said public relations officer Whitney Dalliare in a release to media. “At this time our regularly scheduled monthly meetings will be kept, however if someone is feeling sick please refrain from attending.”
The Carter County Senior Citizens Centers operated by Northeast Kentucky Community Action will remain closed until further notice. Northeast is developing a plan to continue providing daily meals for senior citizens. No activities, however, will be conducted at the centers during the closure period. Seniors who normally attend the centers are encouraged to contact their local senior citizen center for more information regarding meals and updates on the reopening of the centers. For more information contact your local center or Trish Stevens, Senior Services Program Director, at (606)286-4443.