Emergency services director Aaron Stamper honored
Jessamine County Emergency Management Services Director Aaron Stamper has been named Director of the Year by the Kentucky Ambulance Providers Association's Eastern Kentucky conference. The award is based on a vote by other directors and is presented to the director who stands above the rest and works hard for his community. Stamper just completed his first year as Jessamine director and has focused on education and maintaining a positive culture. Before assuming the director's role, he was deputy director of training and operations for Boyle County Emergency Management Services.
Get rid of your old tires for free
Jessamine County residents can dispose of an unlimited number of tires for free during a tire amnesty event from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Saturday at the Kentucky State Highway Department, 240 Wilson Drive in Nicholasville. Tires on and off rims are accepted, but foam-filled tires, off-road construction equipment tires and solid tires with press-on rims are not accepted. This program is not open to tire retailers. For more information, call Jessamine County Environmental Services at (859) 881-4545.
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Greeting card recycling workshop Thursday
The Wilmore Senior Community Center will present a greeting card recycling workshop at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at 1125 Lexington Road in Wilmore. Learn how to recycle, refurbish and re-use holiday and all-occasion greeting cards. Greeting card aficionado and Wesley Village resident Sharon Campbell will lead the free workshop. For more information, call Alan at (859) 858-3865, Ext. 238, or go to Wvillage.org.