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Jessamine County: Wilmore’s Festival of the Fourth is Monday

Wesley Village President Glenda Creech received the Lighthouse Beam Safety Award from BB&T CEO Richard Todd, who was visiting from the corporate offices in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Wesley Village President Glenda Creech received the Lighthouse Beam Safety Award from BB&T CEO Richard Todd, who was visiting from the corporate offices in Winston-Salem, N.C. Photo provided

Wilmore’s Festival of the Fourth kicks off with a parade at 10 a.m. Monday in downtown Wilmore. The festivities continue after the parade at the AdventureServe Campground, where attractions include baking contests, arts and crafts, festival food and patriotic music. For more information, contact Wilmore Parks and Recreation at 859-858-9031 or wilmoreparks@gmail.com.

Wesley Village receives safety award

Wesley Village Senior Living Community in Wilmore recently received the 2015 Lighthouse Beam Safety Award for achieving one of the best safety performance records among all clients of the BB&T Insurance Group nationwide. Founded in 1995, Wesley Village is Kentucky’s first continuing care retirement community, offering all levels of independent living and licensed health care in a variety of home and apartment settings to more than 200 senior residents. The village employs 140 full-time and part-time staff persons.

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