The Jessamine County Chamber of Commerce annual meeting and awards dinner was held at the R.J. Corman Hanger Jan. 22. The following awards were presented: Business of the Year — Asbury Theological Seminary; Hall of Fame — Barry Waldrop; President's Award — Dexter Knight; Civic Award — Cloud Printing; R.J. Corman Community Service Award — Doodle Peel; Small Business Award — Euro Wine Bar; Outstanding Business Leader — Glenda Creech; New Chamber Member — All Custom Embroidery; Ambassador of the Year — Larry Prinssen; Perseverance Award — Shawn Carlstedt. Dave Carlstedt, director of utilities/public works in Wilmore, was installed as the Chamber's new president.
Art league exhibits Christian art
The Jessamine Creative Art League will present In Remembrance of Me, an exhibit of Christian art in celebration of Lent, through the end of February at the Polvino Family Art Center, 109 South Main Street, Nicholasville. The exhibit kicks off Friday with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. See Caljessamine.com for more information.