■ Anderson Communities, a local mixed use developer, has broken ground for a neighborhood clubhouse and Creation Kingdom's Early Childhood Education in the McConnell's Trace Neighborhood. Creation Kingdom will provide families in and around McConnell's Trace neighborhood with the convenience of nearby child care. The new clubhouse will also provide families access to a swimming pool and a 24-hour fitness center.
■ Home Instead Senior Care is offering free training for Lexington area businesses through the Alzheimer's Friendly Business program. The Home Instead Senior Care office will provide free training to local businesses to help equip employees with information and resources needed to welcome families who are caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease.
To complete the training, employees are asked to work through an interactive, online module available at AlzheimersFriendlyBusiness.com. Once the training is completed, businesses will receive a window cling with the Alzheimer's Friendly Business designation, which will be valid for two years.
■ Lynn Phillips of Richmond has opened the in-home care services franchise Seniors Helping Seniors, which works to match seniors who require assistance performing everyday tasks with active seniors seeking employment in Madison and Jessamine counties. Prior to opening her Seniors Helping Seniors franchise, Phillips provided assistance to homeless veterans and worked with Love on a Leash, a national therapy dog organization. For information about services or employment, call (859) 408-1145 or email email@example.com.
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Compiled by Dorothea Wingo