Stone Creek Development
Wilmore Mayor Harold Rainwater and builder Robert Doyle cut the ribbon Sunday, July 19 at the grand opening block party for the Stone Creek development on Jessamine Station Road. The development calls for 25 homes to be built on approximately 1/4-acre lots. Base prices for the homes range from $170,000 to $250,000 with three or four bedrooms, two or 2-1/2 baths and a two-car garage. Other festivities included hamburgers and hot dogs on the grill, shaved ice and face painting.
ZINK JOINS SISTERS
Theresa Marie Joan Zink, daughter of Paul and Shelia Zink, has entered the Sister Servants of the Eternal Word in Birmingham, Alabama as a postulant. A mass was held July 12 at St. Luke's Catholic Church in Nicholasville followed by a party at the Zink home. Zink holds an Associate Degree in University Studies from Bluegrass Community and Technical College.
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PAINT THE TOWN
All artists and wannabe-artists are invited to "Paint the Town," the 5th annual banner painting event. This is an opportunity to design your own street banner for summer display in downtown Nicholasville. Painting begins 9:30 a.m., Thursday, July 30 at the Blue Building at City-County Park in Nicholasville. Children, parents and groups are encouraged to “dress to mess,” or to just come and watch the action. A public viewing and reception will be held Friday, July 31 from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. also at the Blue Building. Sponsored by the Art Depository and Nicholasville Tourism. For more information call 859-885-0106.
Central Ky Regional Public Policy Group
Annual Washington Fly-In
The Central Kentucky Regional Public Policy Group attended the annual Washington Fly-In, July 8-9. The trip, in its fifth year under the current format, takes place every July with a diverse group of elected officials, business, education and non-profit leaders traveling to Washington to advocate on behalf of Central Kentucky projects. The Central Kentucky Washington Fly-In is unique in its format, because it allows Central Kentucky leaders to meet with all six Kentucky Congressmen and both U.S. Senators over a two-day period.
From left to right: Lexington Mayor Jim Newberry, Georgetown Mayor Karen Tingle‐Sames, Midway Mayor Tom Bozarth, State Senator Jim Bunning, Versailles Mayor Fred Siegelman, Nicholasville Mayor Russ Meyer, and Jessamine Judge Executive Neal Cassity.