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HELPING MAKE OUR COMMUNITY A BETTER PLACE
hen we started planning this issue of Strictly Business, a theme quickly emerged – helping to make our community a better
ing lives. We are proud to use this month’s edition of Strictly Business to tell you a little more about them. Looking back for a moment, I want to say place. just a few words of thanks to everyone that Fall in southern Kentucky is fantastic! The helped make this year’s NIBROC Festival an crisp, clean air. The beauty and brilliance of unmitigated success! If you can believe it, the landscape. And just like the abundance NIBROC celebrated its 70th anniversary this of vibrant color we see in our year. The Southern Kentucky valleys and on our hillsides, Chamber of Commerce orgathe diversity and energy of our nizes and sponsors the event. business community is its own Still, our organization could kind of beauty. This month we not pull it off without lots of proudly feature a quartet of help. Our corporate sponsors, businesses that perfectly fit local government agencies, our issue’s theme. and volunteers play a masDayspring Health is at the sive role in making it one of forefront of helping promote Kentucky’s best festivals. On our area’s health and wellbehalf of the chamber’s board being. Appalachian Wireless of directors, I want to convey is there to help us stay conour deep appreciation for the nected in an increasingly busy cooperation and support NIand fast-paced society. Shawn BROC has received over the Rogers Realty Inc. serves a viyears. tal role in assisting people in Finally, a closing note. We’d Trent Knuckles navigating the complexities of love to connect with you if you Southern KY Chamber of Commerce Board Member the real estate market so they are reading this and are not a can realize the dream of home chamber member. Feel free ownership. KCEOC Community Action Partto attend any of our monthly membership nership is there to help when it matters most, luncheons (open to anyone) or other events offering kindness and a “hand up” when povto meet our staff, directors, and other chamerty-related issues make us vulnerable. ber members. All of these businesses are about more Information about the chamber and its than just profit margin. They exist to help us activities is always available online at www. unlock the potential for better, more fulfillsouthernkychamber.com.
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CHAMBER FEATURED MEMBER:
KCEOC COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP CONTINUES TO ASSIST COMMUNITY MEMBERS IN NEED
CEOC Community Action Partnership is a private non-profit Kentucky corporation in accordance with KRS 273. Founded in December of 1964, it was one of the first 22 Community Action Agencies funded as part of that year’s Economic Opportunity Act. The agency is dedicated to recognizing human potential, improving communities, and creating opportunities for change. The KCEOC board is made up of 18 people from three sectors: low income representation, representatives of local elected officials, and private sector representatives. The agency operates programs to help alleviate the effects of poverty, and to address the causes of poverty in order to improve self-sufficiency. The majority of operations take place in the eight counties of the Cumberland Valley Area Development District (Bell, Clay, Harlan, Jackson, Knox, Laurel, Rockcastle, and Whitley), with housing coun-
seling services being provided statewide. KCEOC provides a number of service programs that function to assist people with current conditions of poverty. These programs include: Child Development - Head start and early head start are comprehensive child development programs that serve pregnant women and children birth to five years of age. Services provided include educational assessments and development, nutrition, treatment and followup; parental involvement in the classroom, policy making, training, and adult education; and support services to the families that may include referrals to other service providers. Housing - The weatherization program assists eligible households in reducing their energy cost by providing weatherizing maintenance to their homes. Weatherizing includes, but is not limited to services, such as
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insulating, checking heating systems and sources of air infiltration, heating system diagnostics, and repairing doors. The homeowner rehabilitation program provides home repair and rehabilitation through the use of grant funding and work group collaborations. The housing development program is designed to provide homeownership opportunities to low-income households. Through this program, KCEOC constructs homes. KCEOC also has 128 rental units with 100% of those reserved for the elderly, disabled, or low-income. Employment/Economic Development - Under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), the KCEOC Kentucky Career Center Jobsight administers programs that help adults looking for work, workers who have been dislocated from their jobs, and economically disadvantaged young people. Supportive Programs - Summer Feeding is a USDA sponsored program that supplements school lunches by providing a free meal during normal lunch hours for children 18 and under. Volunteer Income Tax Assistance offers free tax preparation to low- and moderate-income taxpayers. The Senior Citizens Center provides congregate and delivered meals, homemaker and personal care service to the elderly. The KCEOC Aquatic Club is a registered USA Swimming Club for area youth. Emergency Programs - The Emergency Support Center provides temporary emergency shelter to individuals and families who fall under the McKinney Act guidelines for homeless assis-
tance; outreach services to homeless individuals and families; clothing for families who have experienced a major house fire or other community members in need; and homeless counseling and supportive services. Ryan’s Place Youth Crisis Center provides crisis housing and supportive Services to homeless youth ages 18-24 in the region. The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) provides energy assistance to eligible applicants with heating resources during the winter months. Southeast Kentucky Housing and Homeless Alliance provides supportive services to those who are homeless or in imminent risk of becoming homeless. Annually, KCEOC conducts a study of our service area to determine how we can best address the conditions of poverty, and the needs of the community. The major issues that the agency addresses are housing, homelessness, energy conservation, employment creation/workforce training, and child development. Transportation has proven to be a consistent barrier to opportunity in the region, so KCEOC staff provide services remotely in addition to inperson. President and CEO Paul Dole said, “We are presently working on our strategic plan for the next five years. This process brings together people from varying backgrounds and expertise in order to evaluate our current practices, reflect on past programs, and plan future service offerings.” “We are currently working diligently to address the issue of adequate and affordable housing, and we are continuing to build new, energy efficient homes. We also continue to work with potential employers to develop locations in our service area, and assist them with their staffing needs.” “We want to continue to improve the educational and training opportunities in the area through partnerships similar to the one we have with Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College. One of the projects that we have in progress is to complete and open the CDL and diesel mechanic training facility on the Continued on page 8
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Corbin bypass. Over the next five years we will be expanding our weatherization program with the use of Infrastructure Act funding in order to reduce energy consumption. We continue to work to expand our child development services as well, in particular for those in preschool.” To learn more about KCEOC, their services and their history, visit them online at www. kceoc.org. Those interested can also find out more via the agency’s official Facebook, Instagram and YouTube pages.
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APPALACHIAN WIRELESS STRIVING TO GIVE EASTERN KENTUCKIANS SERVICE THEY CAN COUNT ON.
wned and operated in Eastern Kentucky, Appalachian Wireless is committed to providing cellular customers in the region with reliable service with no strings attached. Headquartered in Floyd County, Appalachian Wireless has been in business for over 30 years. Same as with many national carriers that people may be familiar with, they offer nationwide wireless service, as well as unlimited data and voice plans, all at competitive pricing. They also offer no-contract options, such as their popular “Forward Pay” program, which the company says is a great way for customers to try the service without the risk of getting tied into a long-term agreement.
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When asked specifically how Appalachian Wireless is helping its ever-growing customer base, Marketing Manager Ashley Litteral explained, “Eastern KY has always been a location underserved in technology. National companies typically only build the major hubs and roads in our region, and leave the more rural areas without service.Given the challenging terrain in the rolling hills of Appalachia, it is difficult to serve with cellular services.” “Appalachian Wireless’ solution to this is simply to have more towers in more places,” Litteral continued. “Bell, Knox, Whitley, Harlan and surrounding counties are no different. We’re over 300 towers in our 29-county footprint in Eastern Kentucky, and we still aren’t done.”
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“One of the biggest misconceptions with us as a regional carrier is that people often think that while their phone may work better around Eastern Kentucky with us, their phones will not perform well when traveling outside of our home territory for business or vacations. This is definitely not the case, as you sort of get the best of both worlds with our service.” “While in Eastern Kentucky, you’re going to use our network with a company dedicated to the region. When travelling outside our area, we have agreements in place with national carriers that allow us to use their networks when our customers travel.” Litteral also mentioned local customer service as a big advantage that Appalachian Wireless has over national carriers, as the company currently employees around 200 people from the region, making them a big contributor to local economies as well. Speaking about the future, Litteral said, “In the short term, the goal is always to keep bringing the latest technologies to our customers while continuing to build towers in our region than will be impactful. Right now, most US carriers are in the process of decommissioning CDMA (3G/1X signal types). Appalachian Wire-
less is also following this trend, and Voice over LTE (VoLTE for short) will be the requirement for devices going forward.” “VoLTE offers a lot of advantages to consumers, such as high definition voice calls, the ability to be on a call and use the internet at the same time (VoLTE), and a much-improved roaming experience due to 3G/1X being turned off in many cities.” “In the longer term, we’re investing in 5G right here in the mountains of Appalachia, and all of the benefits it provides. Things like improved bandwidth capabilities and more capacity to serve high usage areas, like sporting and concert venues, are just a couple of things that our 5G will bring to our region in the coming years.” Appalachian Wireless currently has 27 retail locations and nine dealers throughout Eastern Kentucky. The Corbin retail store is located at 1019 Cumberland Falls Hwy. in Suite B109. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 9:30 am until 6:00 pm and Saturday 9:00 am until 4:00 pm. For more information call 606.280.7865 or go to www.appalachianwireless.com.
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Shawn Rogers in front of future location of Shawn Rogers Realty
CHAMBER CORPORATE SPONSOR
SHAWN ROGERS REALTY LOOKING FORWARD TO FUTURE IN NEW CORBIN LOCATION
hawn Rogers Realty opened its doors end of the year,” said Rogers. in the spring of 2016 in a small location Rogers called the upcoming move a big step off Cumberland Falls Road, but quickly for the business, noting that all locations they grew beyond the limits of that have existed in since their inception space, moving to their current location have been leased spaces, but the new at 1603 S. Main Street. Having conone will be owned entirely by them. tinued that growth, the business has He said it makes the new location feel again proved to need a larger space. We have a really “permanent.” And with their move, it As part of a planned expansion, the diverse team that will allow agents to have more room business will soon be moving to 513 S. covers different and flexibility to meet with customers Main Street. areas and do a lot by adding meeting rooms, as well as There is currently no exact timeline, of different things. shared and private office spaces. as supplies needed to continue reno“It’s going to give them a world-class vations at the new location have been business and building to work out of,” on backorder and slowed the process. said Rogers. “We’re giving our agents However, owner Shawn Rogers hopes to have everything they need to be able to meet their the move finalized by November or December client’s expectations.” of this year. Though primarily based in Corbin and south“It may be earlier, it may be January 1, but we eastern Kentucky, Shawn Rogers Realty has know it will be sometime between now and the agents that work in central Kentucky in the LexStory by Timothy Wyatt, photos by Trevor Sherman
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ington area. Additionally, the business is also a Tennessee brokerage and can help area residents find the property of their dreams even if it’s south of the state line. Shawn Rogers Realty also specializes in a number of different fields, and has maintained a staff of a dozen agents who each have their own areas of expertise. Along with each individual agent’s depth of knowledge, the business also deals in a wide array of real estate types, ranging from residential to commercial to farming and even providing auctioneer services. “We have a really diverse team that covers different areas and do a lot of different things,” said Rogers. Despite the ever-changing trends over the years and the fluctuating housing market, Rogers remains optimistic that the sky is still the limit for his business. “We’re looking for good things to come,” said Rogers. “We think the market is going to continue to stay strong and people are going to continue buying.” To learn more about the services offered by Shawn Rogers Realty, call the office at 606.215.3138 or go online to www.swrogers.com.
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Grace on the Hill Community Church cuts the ribbon Sunday, September 11th, commemorating the church’s new status as an independent, non-denominational church. Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Appalachian Jeep Outfitters of Corbin held its grand opening ribbon cutting on Saturday, September 24th. The business is located at 995 18th Street. Owners are Blane and Beth Kretzer.
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CHAMBER MEMBER SPOTLIGHT
DAYSPRINGS HEALTH WORKING TO FULFILL VISION OF BEING PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER OF CHOICE
ith a history that dates back to the early 1950s, Dayspring Health has evolved in many ways over the years. The organization has always sought out new and inventive ways to best care for its patients, and that is still the case today, with expanded services now available, and a brand new “one stop shop” facility being planned for the future. “We are a community health center, and we are here to take care of our community,” explained Dayspring CEO, Dr. Geogy Thomas. “We started in Clairfield (Tenn.), expanded into Jellico, and have since expanded into the Williamsburg area. We have offered family medicine with obstetrics since we opened, but in the last five years we have added dental and behavioral health services as well.” Dr. Thomas further explained that Dayspring’s healthcare providers are well versed in assisting patients in a long list of capacities, including the previously mentioned primary care and OB services, and also with diseases, such as diabetes and hypertension. Drug abuse is another
big area of need that he says the organization is targeting. “The reality is that like all communities, our community has its share of problems,” Thomas said. “Substance abuse is a significant issue, so we are addressing this as comprehensively as we can, providing behavioral health counseling and various other treatments. Our hope is to help our patients overcome their addictions, reclaiming their lies, families, and future.” Doctor Thomas also pinpointed Hepatitis C treatment as another area where Dayspring has made great strides in recent years, saying, “Five years ago, your chances of getting better from Hep C even with treatment was pretty slim. With the treatments that are now available, you actually have about a 99% chance of being cured. This is very exciting and we want to assist our patients in getting that cure.” Speaking about the future of Dayspring Health, Thomas said that one of the main focuses will be to consolidate medical and dental services in Williamsburg into a new, all-in-one facility that will be located inside the Cumberland Region-
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al Mall. While the project is still in the planning they will get the best holistic care.” phase right now, Thomas and COO Larry Rector “We have an amazing group of providers who are hopeful to see it completed within the next are compassionate, kind and smart. They will 2-3 years. walk with our patients through fire. I could not Rector also mentioned a new mobe more grateful and proud of our bile clinic, which will be debuting staff.” sooner, and should be out serving “For me, working at Dayspring is patients in the community within the about being a part of something sanext 18 months. Until the mobile unit cred,” Thomas added. “We are a faithis ready to go, Dayspring does offer based practice. We strive to be the transportation assistance to anyone hands and feet of Jesus. We want to needing help making it to a clinic. be the fragrance of Christ to a world Another area that Thomas and Recthat is hurting. We do this in how we tor would like to see expansion in is care for our patients.” the organization’s partnerships with LPNs Lisa Siler and Melissa Hamby Thomas and Rector stressed that local school systems. Dayspring is a community health cenDayspring already enjoys a close relationship ter, and the goal is to help anyone in the commuwith Williamsburg Independent School, having nity who might need it, regardless of insurance a clinic inside the school building itself that pro- status. vides care to both students and staff, and they “We take everyone,” Thomas said. “Even if you also provide free dental screenings to children don’t have insurance, we have a strong sliding grades K-5 in both the independent school sys- scale program. When I look into our waiting tem, as well as the Whitley County School Dis- rooms, I want to see the whole community reptrict. resented there. We are here for everyone.” “Our hope is to be the Clinic of Choice for our For more information on Dayspring Health, vispatients and the Employer of Choice for our it them online at www.dayspringhealth.org. Anystaff,” Thomas said. “We want to be top of mind one needing care can also call or come by the for our community when they need care, wheth- nearest clinic to ask about meeting with a care er it is medical, dental, or behavioral, knowing management team member.
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•Holiday Inn Express of Corbin •Holiday Inn Express, Williamsburg •Hometown Bank of Corbin •Hoover Properties •Houchens - Save A Lot •Howard Mann, PSC, Attorney at Law •Insurance Service Center of Corbin •Jackson Warewashing Systems •James Baker State Farm •Jaynes Family Practice •JBK, Inc. Roofing Division •John and Milly Burkhart •Jones Plastic & Engineering Co., LLC •KCEOC Community Action Partnership •Kentucky Blood Center •Kentucky Creative LLC •KentuckyOne Health Cancer Care •Kiwanis Club of Corbin •KOWA Kentucky, Inc. •L&N Federal Credit Union •LaDonna’s LLC •Larkey HVAC •Laurel Garden •LDRM •Leanna Cosmetics •Legacy Ford Lincoln Chevrolet Buick GMC •Lexington Bluegrass Association of Realtors •Liquor Mart •Little Caesar’s Pizza •Mackey Vision Center •Mallory Davis - State Farm Insurance •Marr, Miller & Myers PSC, CPA •Martin’s Sports Apparel •Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant •Minuteman Press •Mitchell Tax & Accounting •Mountain Rehabilitation Services •Mr. Gatti’s Pizza •New Beginnings Real Estate LLC •New Hope Ministries •Northern Contours •Northwestern Mutual •Norvex Supply •Old Town Grill •On The Money, LLC •O’Neil-Lawson Funeral Home •Ossoli Foundation •Owens Auto Parts •Paw Paw Patch Dog Grooming, LLC •Pennington Wellness •Pepsi Cola Bottling Company •Pierce Dant Hamblin Post #3167 - VFW •Pilot Travel Center •Planet Earth PC •PNC Bank •Progress Rail •PT Pros, Inc. •Rapiscan Systems •Re/Max on Main •Reeves Property Group •Renfro Supply •Robert P. Hammons, Attorney at Law •RRJ Solutions •Sav-Rite Home Care Inc.
•Servpro of Pulaski and Laurel Counties •Shawn Rogers Realty Inc. •Sheltowee Trace Adventure Resort •Small Business Development Center - EKU •Somerset Community College •Sonic Drive-In •Sonny’s BBQ •Southeast Apparatus LLC •Southeast Kentucky Audiology •Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College •Southeast Kentucky Rehabilitation Industries •Southeastern Medical Supply LLC •State Farm Insurance - Michael Jones •State Farm Insurance - Mike Sparks •SUDS Car Wash •The Appalachian Wildlife Foundation, Inc. •The Arena •The Brick Oven •The Caboose Sports Tavern •The Depot on Main •The Gail Frederick School Of Dance, Inc. •The Great Escape Corbin •The Holler •The Job Shop •The MPI Group LLC •The Suds Barn •The Wrigley Taproom and Eatery •Tim Short Auto Mall •Times Tribune •Tipton & Tipton Attorneys At Law •Tire Discounters •Tomahawks LLC •Total Foot and Ankle •Transamerica Agency Network Corbin •Tri-County Cineplex •Trinity Family Health, PLLC •U.S. Small Business Administration •University of the Cumberlands •US Marine Corps Toys For Tots/ JC Paul Marine Corps League 1448 •W.D. Bryant & Son •Wallen’s Towing and Recovery •Waste Connections of Eastern Kentucky •Webbed Sphere, Inc. •Whitaker Bank •White, Greer & Maggard Orthodontics •Whitley Broadcasting Co. Inc. •Whitley County Board of Education •Whitley County Fiscal Court •Whitley County Health Department •Whitley County/UK Extension Service •Wildcat Harley Davidson •Williamsburg Health and Rehab Center •Williamsburg Insurance Agency •Williamsburg Tourism Commission •Wilson Equipment Co., Inc. •WYMT-TV
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