Picture Gallery of Events
Every month the Chamber holds a Business After Hours for Chamber members at a sponsored location! May's "BAH" was held at Woodford Hills Country Club out McCowan's Ferry on Thursday May 23, 2013! If you wish to become a member of the Woodford Hills Country Club there are still a few slots open - Contact them at 859-873-8122
Above: Members socialize at the bar. Above: Kevin Hamilton says a few words about WHCC.
In May, the Chamber held a ribbon cutting for Baskets From The Bluegrass and Olde Towne Antique Mall located on W. Green Street here in Versailles. Stop by and see what they have to offer like their beautiful gift baskets, antiques, and other locally made items!
Above: Mayor Fred Siegelman and store owner MaryAnn Durs cut the ribbon with community supporters and other Chamber members!
The Chamber has formed a Women in Business Committee that had its first meeting at our office on May 8, 2013. If you are interested in joining please contact Liza Merryman at email@example.com.
Above (left to right): Ellen Gregory, Regina Stivers, Beth Coon, Ann Miller, Cynthia Young, Jeanne Jones, Sandy Jones, and Meredith Moody
After starting her business in April of this year, Versaille's new clothing shop owner and Woodford County's new Chamber of Commerce member, Debra Hughes, celebrated the grand-opeing of her store, Jolie Belle's Le Boutique, with a Chamber-sponsored ribbon cutting ceremony! Hughes relocated from Louisiana to be with her daughter and grandchildren so lets all welcome them to the community! The boutique is full of fresh fahion based out of New York City and L.A. with nothing priced over $20... you must check it out!
Above (left to right): Annie Sorenson and Jennifer Cardwell with the Woodford Sun, owner of Solaris Art Gallery - Theresa Williams, Woodford Fiscal Court Magistrate Ken Reed, shop owner - Debra Hughes, Chamber Treasurer - Chris Castle with Community Trust , Chamber Executive Director Don Vizi, Hughe's daughter - Bridget Easley, Chamber Executive Admin. Assistant - Liza Merryman, and Chamber Board members April Phillips with PNC Bank and Pam McKinney - owner of McKinney Painting. (Also present at the cutting, but not so much in the picture was co-owner of Pretty in Pink - Maria Bohanon.)