State Rep. Bob Damron has been selected as a Kentucky Chamber MVP for 2013. The award was presented by Kentucky Chamber President Dave Adkisson at the Jessamine County Chamber of Commerce luncheon on July 9 at Central Bank in Nicholasville. The award recognized Damron's hard work during the General Assembly. The meeting also featured a "State of the Community" presentation, with Jessamine County Judge Neal Cassity, Nicholasville Mayor Russ Meyer, and Wilmore Mayor Harold Rainwater outlining last year's accomplishments and goals for the future.
O-zone provides smooth jazz for Stonebridge concert
The Stonebridge Summer Concert Series continues with a performance from O-zone at 7 p.m. Saturday on the Downtown Green in Wilmore. O-zone is a six-piece smooth jazz band. The Downtown Green is located off East Main Street and can be accessed by Rice Street. Tables and chairs are provided and food is available. In lieu of an admission fee, attendees are asked to bring a non-perishable food item for the Wilmore/High Bridge Community Center outreach or dog/cat food for the Jessamine County Save Center. See the concert schedule at Wilmore.org.Manna Ministry serves hot lunches on Saturdays
The Manna Ministry program serves hot meals to the community for anyone in need from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays in the community center at the Nicholasville United Methodist Church, 303 West Maple Street. The program currently serves 150 to 200 meals each week. Takeout boxes are available starting at 12:30 p.m. Volunteer inquiries and financial contributions are welcome. For information call (859) 885-4481.
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