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DISCOVER DANVILLE Danville-Boyle County is the kind of place that leaves visitors with a sense of satisfaction – and a desire to return.

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The school district’s state-of-the-art wireless Internet access is giving students the skills they need to compete.

LOFTY ACHIEVEMENT Renovated loft apartments have revitalized downtown Danville.

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A CLIMATE OF CARING During the annual Day of Caring, volunteers hit the streets to make Danville and Boyle County a better place to live.

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HEADED FOR SUCCESS Central Kentucky Soccer Club’s Under 12 boys team won the 2007 state championship and national fundraising honors.

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Plenty of Oompah Grab your oboe and bassoon and join the festivities at the 19th annual Great American Band Festival. The music celebration is set for June 12-15, 2008, with performance venues at Centre College, Constitution Square, Farmers Bank on Main Street and Weisiger Park. More than a dozen bands usually take part, entertaining crowds of more than 30,000 during the weekend. Bands that have performed in the past include the Danville Pipe Band, Dixie Power Trio, Great Olympian Traditional Jazz Band, Kentucky United Pipe Band and the United States Army Field Band.

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Liz Was Here It was in August and September of 1956 when Elizabeth Taylor stayed in Danville for six weeks to film the Civil War epic Raintree County. The film premiered a year later in October 1957, focusing attention on the beauty of the Kentucky countryside. Other stars of the picture included Montgomery Clift, Eva Marie Saint, Lee Marvin and Agnes Moorehead. In 2007, a two-week Raintree County Festival took place in Danville to celebrate the film’s 50th anniversary. One of the highlights was the premiere at Pioneer Playhouse of Catherine Bush’s play A Jarful of Fireflies, which focused on the filming of Raintree County 50 years ago.

Host With the Most Wow, this is a happening place. Centre College in Danville features a campus where something always seems to be going on. In fact, the college of 1,175 students boasts that it hosts more than 2,000 events each year, ranging from a paintball club meeting to a U.S. vice presidential debate in 2000. This prestigious college has a 115-acre campus with 67 buildings, 13 of which are on the National Register of Historic Places – and some of the buildings date back to when Centre was founded in 1819. The college was recently listed in U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 50 most affordable liberal arts colleges in the country.

The Golden Thrones Not many places celebrate toilets, but Penn’s Store does it with pride. The longtime grocery business in tiny Gravel Switch hosts an annual Great Outhouse Blowout, which has been held on the first Saturday in October since 1995. The event features teams of at least five people racing for 100 yards with uniquely designed outhouses mounted on rickshaw-type contraptions. Penn’s Store – the oldest country store in the nation still operated by the same family – dates back to 1845 and still does not have running water or plumbing. The Great Outhouse Blowout celebrates the installation of the store’s first toilet – a privy – in the early 1990s.

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The Civil War Rages On More than 4,000 re-enactors travel to Perryville each October to stage the Battle of Perryville, which originally took place in 1862. The fierce fighting killed or wounded 7,500 Union and Confederate soldiers, and the 2008 re-enactment will be the 146th anniversary. Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site hosts the event each year, and a museum and several monuments are also located on its grounds. The site averages around 100,000 visitors throughout the year.

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ith its unique combination of small-town Southern charm, engaging history and outdoor fun, Danville-Boyle County is the kind of entertaining destination that leaves visitors with a sense of satisfaction – and a desire to return. Downtown Danville moves at a comfortable pace. It’s the kind of place where you can spend your time walking the historic district and cruising locally

Main Street is a bustling destination, with plenty of cafés, shops and historic sites to visit. Top: Millennium Park offers a peaceful place to relax.

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owned shops, or just sitting on a bench or relaxing in any number of cafés. Scenic drives on back roads throughout the area lead to fascinating sites where you’ll see and meet a diverse array of folks who make Danville-Boyle County one of the friendliest places in the country.

Day 1 8:00 A.M. THE CITY COMES ALIVE Pick up hot coffee and fresh pastries at Burke’s Bakery (121 W. Main St., between Second and First), which is known for its goodies to go. Stroll up Main Street to the gazebo at Constitution Square State Historic Site, the birthplace of Kentucky’s statehood, where you can sit, enjoy breakfast and watch the town come alive. 9:30 A.M. A WALK BACK IN TIME Visit the sites at the three-acre Constitution Square State Historic Site. In addition to its famous courthouse, the park is home to a number of historic buildings – Grayson’s Tavern, a gathering place for many of the early advocates of statehood; a Presbyterian meeting house; a two-room schoolhouse; the first post office west of the Allegheny

Mountains; and a formidable historic jailhouse constructed with 9-inch-thick logs. Governor’s Square features a bronze statue of the two figures depicted on the seal and flag of Kentucky, with bronze plaques honoring every governor of Kentucky. Also be sure to stop by the McDowell House and Apothecary Shop (125 S. Second St.), where you’ll learn the fascinating story of the world’s first abdominal surgery, performed by Dr. Ephraim McDowell – without the use of anesthesia. NOON: A TASTE OF HOME Take a break from the sites and enjoy a homestyle lunch at Joshua’s Corner Café (on Church Street between West Main Street and West Walnut). Try favorite lunch specialties such as oven-fried chicken, meatloaf, mashed potatoes and corn pudding. 1:30 P.M. SHOP TILL YOU DROP Work off lunch and pop into the variety of specialty shops and galleries along Main Street in downtown Danville. Some popular stops include Thoroughbred Threads for custom printed and embroidered gifts and clothing; Carol’s Bridal & Gift Shop for wedding gowns and formalwear;

Several stars are built into the brick sidewalk in front of the Boyle County Courthouse in Danville. Top: Visitors can tour McDowell House and Apothecary Shop, which houses many antiques and historic artifacts.

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The Wind in Wingtips by artist Mark Wilhelm is one of many works on display at the nonprofit Community Arts Center in downtown Danville.

Coffey’s Kids for children’s wear with personality; and Lily Manor Day Spa for relaxing spa products or a rejuvenating body treatment. Don’t forget to stop by the Community Arts Center (401 W. Main St.), housed in a newly renovated federalstyle building, to view free monthly exhibitions. 4:00 P.M. GET PHYSICAL Just a few miles from downtown is Millennium Park, a city-county park with miles of serene walking paths as well as a dog park, a water fountain and a playground. Feed the ducks at the edge of the pond or sit back and relax on a park bench. For adventure seekers, Millennium Park also features a new, 10,000-squarefoot skateboard park that includes a fun course for in-line skaters and bikers that’s open every day from dawn until dusk. If you’re up for a less bumpy bike ride, maps of cycling routes along the county’s scenic back roads can be found and conveniently printed off at www. danvillebikeandfootwear.com. 7:00 P.M. UNMISTEAKABLY GOOD Woody’s Restaurant on the South Danville Bypass is a local favorite. The casual dinner spot offers hand-cut steaks, seafood, pasta and sandwiches. DA N V I L L E

OVERNIGHT: FEELS LIKE HOME Spend the night at Lincliff Guesthouse (www.lincliff.net), a quiet country retreat just three miles from downtown Danville. In addition to its cozy rooms and scenic setting, accommodations include free wireless Internet, a conti nental breakfast, and complimentary snacks and drinks. Before bed, enjoy a swing on the porch and listen to the crickets while overlooking the inn’s moonlit fishing pond.

Day 2 BREAKFAST Whether it’s first thing in the morning or throughout the day, locals favor the hot specialty coffees and pastries at the Hub Coffee House & Café (236 W. Main St.) downtown. Choose a muffin, scone or bagel for your morning snack – or, if your appetite is heartier, try the breakfast burrito or the spinach quiche. Enjoy your meal on one of the comfy leather couches and check your e-mail with free access to wireless Internet. ON THE ROAD Take a short drive (fewer than 10 miles) to Perryville and discover Merchants’ Row alongside Chaplin River. Check out the local shops that

appear much as they did in the 1800s, then drive out to the Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site, home to the famously fierce Civil War battle that changed the course of U.S. history by keeping Kentucky in the Union. STEP RIGHT IN FOR COUNTRY CHARM Enjoy a visit to Penn’s Store (Highway 243, south of Perryville), the oldest country store in America still operated by the same family. Soaked in nostalgia, Penn’s is sure to charm you with its authentic country appeal. You’ll also enjoy the scenic back roads featuring pristine farmland and rolling hills along the way. VISIT WITH THE LOCALS Scenic roads also lead to unique stores in Amish and Mennonite communities that offer quality goods produced without modern conveniences such as electricity. Pick up a free map at the Danville-Boyle County Visitors Center in historic Grayson’s Tavern at Constitution Square. DINNER AND A SHOW From mid-June through late August, take in dinner and a performance at Pioneer Playhouse Outdoor Theater in Danville. Special performances are also offered year-round at West T. Hill Community Theater or Norton Center for the Arts at Centre College. I M AG E S DA N V I L L E . C O M

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owntown has become one of Danville’s most vibrant neighborhoods, thanks to the conversion of empty second-story spaces into loft apartments and condominiums – cool spaces that combine small-town charm with urban amenities. “We’re talking about second-story homes with amenities that would rival anything in San Francisco or New York,” says Charlie Raffay, manager and owner of Redwood Property Management. “Downtown is a really cool place to live.” The initiative to find new uses for those unused upper stories is being led by the Heart of Danville Main Street Program, which aims to revitalize the neighborhood while preserving its historic character. With residents living above, stores and restaurants will be attracted to the spaces at street level, creating an exciting, livable neighborhood where residents can conveniently walk to work, entertainment and shops. “There’s been an effort to breathe new life into downtown,” said Dr. Gareth Barkin, Ph.D., a professor at nearby Centre College. Barkin recently leased an apartment on Main Street that reminds him of living in the San Francisco Bay area. “If you look out the window of my apartment, it looks like you live in a city.

The dream is that the rest of the street will follow,” Barkin says. Downtown living is especially attractive to college students and professionals who move to Danville from large cities to pursue educational and work opportunities, said Lisa LeDonne. She and her husband, Tim, restored and renovated the building and created the 2,300square-foot “Boston-style” apartment where Barkin lives. “Local businesses are recruiting people from other areas of the country and even other countries,” Lisa LeDonne says. “We feel we are on the cusp of something huge.” The building was in poor condition when the LeDonnes purchased it. Its upper two stories had been vacant for 90 years. Their restoration was so thorough and historically accurate that today the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. “When we started, people said we were crazy, there was nothing like this downtown,” she says. “Now people say ‘Wow! When are you going to do another one?’” Historic touches such as exposed brick and original windows – combined with such modern conveniences as stainless steel appliances, environmentally friendly bamboo flooring and a custom steel staircase – add a unique feel to his

downtown apartment, Barkin says. The area’s historic buildings make it possible to blend the historic and the new, Raffay says. His condominiums feature exposed brick, 17-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, stainless appliances and whirlpool spas in the master bath. “Great urban views and convenience – that’s what people are looking for,” Raffay says.

Charlie Raffay, owner and manager of Redwood Property Management, is developing upper-story condominiums in Danville. Left: Downtown loft apartments are increasingly popular with college students and young professionals.

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Janie Pass, executive director of Heart of Kentucky United Way

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olks in Danville know their way around paintbrushes, hammers and rakes, and they put these skills – and many more – to good use throughout the year for a variety of volunteer projects. But nowhere is Danville’s community spirit more on display than during the annual Day of Caring, when hundreds of volunteers hit the streets and tackle dozens of different chores – all in an effort to make Danville and Boyle County a better place to live. “We’re a little place, and we had almost 600 people who participated in 2007,” says Janie Pass, executive director of the Heart of Kentucky United Way. “We had 50 different project sites spread across the community.” The one-day event – which has taken place every September for the past 13 years – brings together teams from area businesses and other community-minded people tackling projects ranging from courthouse-square cleanup to landscaping at historic homes. Employers routinely give people the day off, which Pass says adds to the event’s growing impact. “Our employers around here are just incredible,” she says. Planning for the Day of Caring begins long before the big day. United Way staff members work with other organizations to get a list of projects that need to be done. They compile that information and determine how many people will be required for each task. While the to-do list grows every year, so does the volunteer base.

“It’s amazing,” Pass says. “Everybody really looks forward to it, and we get a huge cross section of people from all levels of the community. Everybody works side by side, shoulder to shoulder, to make Danville the place that it is.” Danville’s community spirit spills over into other areas as well, including student mentoring at area schools, disasterrelief preparedness training and more, adds Paula Fowler Kilby, executive director of the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce. “This is a very visionary, hands-on community,” Kilby says. “People here like to be involved, and they like to rally around an issue and help resolve it.” She points to the county’s Emergency Medical Services personnel as an example. “They have taken it upon themselves to get training in bacterial and germ warfare from the FBI, things that very few emergency service personnel in the state, or anywhere, do,” she says. “It’s an attitude, a way of thinking, that most people have here. They want our community and county to thrive, and they get involved to make sure that it does.” Pass says that some of her counterparts in other counties have a special way of referring to Danville. “When I go to meetings, they ask how things are in ‘the bubble,’” she says. “They can’t believe what happens here – the cooperation between business, industry, nonprofits. They just shake their heads. We are so blessed.”

Left: An elementary school student draws under the guidance of volunteers from Centre College’s “LIFT” program.

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He’s a ‘Lucky Man’ EDDIE MONTGOMERY TIPS HIS HAT TO HIS HOMETOWN

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hen country singer Eddie Montgomery (half of the popular duo Montgomery Gentry) celebrated his hit single “Lucky Man” topping the charts in August 2007, it didn’t surprise him that several folks from Boyle County showed up to congratulate him at the No. 1 party in Nashville. After all, he was born and raised in Boyle County, and it’s where he still lives today. “I’ve had unbelievable support from everybody there,” Montgomery says. “It was great that they got to come hang out and see what I do.” “Lucky Man” was Montgomery Gentry’s 10th Top 5 single and its third to go to No. 1. It was the second hit DA N V I L L E

single from the duo’s fifth studio album, Some People Change. Born in Danville in 1963, Montgomery grew up in Perryville and attended Danville High School. “My mom and dad were musicians, so we moved around a bit. Eventually me and my brother [country artist John Michael Montgomery] moved up toward Lexington,” Montgomery recalls. “But as they say, you always come back home.” Montgomery performed with his brother for a while after John Michael Montgomery landed a record deal. In 1999, he got his own big break by teaming up with friend Troy Gentry to form Montgomery Gentry.

“I had played with Troy a bunch, and we both said, ‘We ought to be a duo,’” Montgomery says. “We’re very close, and so are our families.” The pair won Vocal Duo of the Year at the Country Music Association Awards in 2000 and have since achieved considerable fame with a string of hit songs, including “Lonely and Gone,” “She Couldn’t Change Me,” “My Town” and “Something to Be Proud Of.” Their latest single, “What Do Ya Think About That,” rose to the Top 20 in its first three weeks on the air. Between tour dates across the country and traveling overseas to perform for U.S. troops in Iraq, Montgomery remains a big supporter of his hometown region. He works with the Danville fire and police departments to organize celebrity bus tours each year to raise money for the Christmas charity Toys for Tots. “I never want to see a kid wake up Christmas morning without a toy,” Montgomery says. “We’ve brought Kenny Chesney’s and Britney Spears’ buses up, and people bring a toy or $5 to walk through the buses. I sign autographs and take pictures.” In October 2007, Montgomery Gentry began work on a new album, and the duo plans to go on tour again in March 2008. In the meantime, Montgomery is happy to just be “living a dream.” “First, I want to thank the man upstairs. This has been unbelievable,” he says. Of course, he also tips his signature black hat to the folks back home. “Boyle County is God’s country – everybody takes care of each other,” Montgomery says. “Perryville put up signs that say ‘Eddie Montgomery’s Town.’ Every time I drive by them, I get a little emotional.” I M AG E S DA N V I L L E . C O M

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ou might say that the art of winemaking runs in Dominique Brousseau’s family. Her great-great-great-great-grandmother started a winery in France in the 1600s (it’s still operating under different ownership), and Brousseau is the head winemaker at her family’s Chateau du Vieux Corbeau Winery at Danville’s Old Crow Inn. At the tender age of 28, she’s the youngest winemaker in the state. “Originally at our winery, my brother André was the winemaker, and I worked with him,” Brousseau says. “When he left, I took over. I’ve taken winemaking classes in California, and I’ve also learned a lot from the oldest winemaker in Kentucky at Broad Run Vineyard and Winery in Louisville. It was the women in my family who did the winemaking in France, so I’m carrying on the torch.” Brousseau’s wines have won a number of awards. Her blackberry wine

won Best Fruit Wine in Kentucky at the Kentucky Derby Festival in 2006. “We have eight different wines for sale right now, and six to eight more that are aging and will soon be ready for sale,” Brousseau says. “Two of our most popular wines are Vidal Blanc and Concord, and our Rio Samba blend is also very popular. All three have won awards.” In college, Brousseau studied computer science, chemistry and art – a combination of subjects she feels suits her profession. “Wine is a combination of science and art,” she explains. “Unlike hard liquor, wine is like a food product because it can spoil. A lot of my job is cleaning and sterilization. The art comes into play with blending flavors.” Chateau du Vieux Corbeau Winery offers complimentary wine tastings Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tours of the winery are also available with advance request. DA N V I L L E


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early 5,000 people converge on downtown Danville each August for Rock Da’Ville, a free music event sponsored by churches and businesses in central Kentucky. The second annual Rock Da’Ville in 2007 featured 17 Christian rock, hiphop and alternative bands, including well-known artists such as Seventh Day Slumber, Grits, One Day Less and Poor Man’s Riches. “It’s a last hurrah for kids before they go back to school,” says Julie Wagner, executive director at the Heart of Danville Main Street program. “It’s gone over really well. Last year the National Guard had a rock-climbing wall, and we had skateboard ramps and several vendors.” The idea for Rock Da’Ville originated three years ago when a staff member suggested incorporating a Christian rock band as part of Heart of Danville’s summer concert series. “Several churches got involved with ideas and were willing to fund it,”

Wagner says. “I had no idea it would turn into a big festival.” More than a dozen area churches gave money to put on the 2007 event, and 40 more helped with organizing and volunteering. “It’s definitely a community event,” Wagner says. “We had hundreds of volunteers, and the police and fire departments were involved. It’s a great opportunity for the community to work together.”

Rock Da’Ville benefits the Danville community in several ways, but one of its biggest objectives is to reach out to the area’s young people. “This is a step in the right direction to get young people involved in the community and give them good memories,” Wagner says. “And when you have 5,000 people in town, that definitely brings tourist dollars.” The 2008 Rock Da’Ville is slated for Aug. 16.

Seventh Day Slumber’s bassist Joshua Schwartz performs with his band during Rock Da’Ville.

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anville residents have long dreamed of having a recreational trail along Clark’s Run creek. Thanks to an organization called CREEC (Clark’s Run Environmental and Educational Corp.), plans for a trail are now in the works. “People have been trying to get a trail put in since the ’90s,” says Malissa McAlister, vice president of CREEC. “We still have some outstanding grant applications, but we will probably build the trail in phases. We hope in the next

putting in bird feeders to attract different species of birds.” The Clark’s Run waterway is significant historically because it was a drinking-water source for early settlers to the area. It is naturally significant as a habitat corridor for terrestrial and aquatic wildlife. CREEC was organized in 2005 to preserve and protect the Clark’s Run watershed by enhancing water quality and educating the public. Developing the recreational trail is just one of the organization’s many projects. “We’re working with the Dix River Watershed Council to get water sampling data from the creek, and we will make recommendations based on the findings,” McAlister says. “We’re also working with local volunteers to enhance the riparian buffer along the sides of the creek. It is being choked out by honeysuckle.” CREEC members hope the recreational trail will link the community to the creek and encourage citizens to make efforts to improve and protect it. For more information about the stream, visit www.clarksrun.org.

10 years it will be a reality.” Plans call for the trail to be between three and four miles in length. It’s expected to connect to the Centre College campus and wind through the industrial area that borders the creek. “It will be useful for walking, running and cycling,” McAlister says. “We also want to add an outdoor classroom for local teachers to teach kids about water quality and stream habitats. People are also interested in

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A footbridge crosses Clark’s Run creek, where a recreational trail is in the early stages of development.

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hen Dr. Ephraim McDowell examined patient Jane Todd Crawford in 1809, she thought she was pregnant with twins. On the contrary, McDowell found she was carrying a large ovarian tumor. Crawford traveled three days on horseback to McDowell’s Danville home, and on Christmas morning, 1809, McDowell successfully removed the 22.5-pound tumor from the woman without the use of anesthetics. It was the first successful surgery of its kind in the world and caused McDowell to become known as the “Father of Abdominal Surgery.” Today, Danville visitors can tour McDowell’s 200-year-old home and see the very room where the historic operation took place. “The home is furnished as it would have been when the McDowells lived there, with a piano, pictures, chairs, china, silver and portraits that belonged to the family,” says Alberta Moynahan, assistant director of the McDowell House Museum Inc. In 2007, the McDowell House underwent a complete restoration that included installation of a geothermal air conditioner, new electrical wiring, interior and exterior painting, reparation of shutters, replacement of rotted window sills and several other projects. “It started in the basement. Water was getting in, and we found we had a very nice mushroom crop growing down there,” Moynahan says. “New drains had to be installed, and then other things kept coming up.” The restoration was funded in part by a capital campaign the organization spearheaded in 1999. A grant from the state and a Save America’s Treasures grant from the federal government also helped with funding. “We had to match those grants, so we worked to get donations,” Moynahan says. “Descendants of Dr. McDowell and several banks, businesses and individuals have been very generous.” – Stories by Jessica Mozo

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hree nonprofit and service organizations that serve Danville and Boyle County have moved into new facilities that will allow them to fulfill their missions more effectively. These new digs allow Pioneer Vocational Industrial Services, the University of Kentucky Boyle County Extension Service and Heritage Hospice to offer even more services to the community. “This is our home,” says Janelle Lane Wheeler, executive director of Heritage Hospice. “We have a history here and deep roots.” The hospice – which outgrew its previous space – held a ribbon-cutting in July for its beautiful 16,000-square-foot building. The new facility provides plenty of space for group training in its community room, and it includes an art gallery where the public is invited to view and purchase works by local artists. The new facility, at 120 Enterprise Drive in Danville, also features a library that’s open to the public. Pioneer Vocational Industrial Services is making good use of the larger production area in its new facility at 150 Corporate Drive, which opened in early 2007, says Ron Zimmerman, chief executive officer and executive director. Pioneer provides vocational development and extended employment programs to people who are disabled or disadvantaged – an important lifeline that helps them to get jobs and maximize their independent living skills.

Pioneer manufactures its own products at the new facility, and it also places employees in jobs at other factories, Zimmerman says. Pioneer is the exclusive manufacturer of the cold-weather mats that American soldiers sleep on, and now Pioneer is looking to expand on that success by providing exercise mats. The nonprofit organization also makes designer medical-alert bracelets along with other products and services. Thinking innovatively is paying off for Pioneer, Zimmerman says. “We are happy to report that we are totally self-sufficient,” he says. “In fact, we are now a contributor to the United Way, not a recipient.”

The community will also benefit from the Extension Service’s new 10,800-square-foot facility at 99 Corporate Drive. “We’ll have space for everything from a farmers tax workshop to 4-H craft workshops,” says Jerry Little, county extension agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources. “It’s a total educational environment.” The facility features three meeting rooms with overhead projectors to aid in presentations. Each room’s soundproof walls can be retracted to make room for larger banquets and other events. “We’ve never had a facility that makes this possible,” Little says. “This will help us better serve the public.”

Pioneer Vocational Industrial Services’ new building at 150 Corporate Drive includes a larger production area. Left: Heritage Hospice’s new 16,000-square-foot facility at 120 Enterprise Drive in Danville includes an art gallery, a library and plenty of space for group training. Both organizations are thriving and outgrew their previous facilities.

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Woody’s “Perfect Combination” features hand-cut ribeye steak, baby back ribs and country green beans.

FEELING AT HOME AT WOODY’S Whether it’s a fast business lunch or a special night out with the family, you can find it at Woody’s Restaurant. Since opening in December 2006, Woody’s has made a name for itself in Danville and Boyle County for its steaks and ribs, but the restaurant also offers an express lunch for the busy suit-andtie set as well as a banquet room that can seat 40 people. Woody’s can hold up to 280 people and can host parties of up to 125 during the week, making it a popular destination for groups of all sizes, says General Manager Tracy Taylor. “People have been good about coming in to try us out, and we’re getting a lot of repeat customers,” Taylor says. Woody’s has a lounge area and outdoor patio, both of which are popular. Live music is on the menu every Thursday and sometimes on weekends, Taylor says, depending on the season. 28

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BEAUTY THROUGH THE GENERATIONS For 66 years, the Durham Beauty School has been training cosmetologists and nail technicians – all under the watchful eyes of five generations of Charlene Benge’s family. “My grandmother, Sibbie Durham, started the school, and then my mother took over,” says Debbie Stamper, Charlene Benge’s daughter. “I came on board with my mother a couple of years ago. My grandmother also taught her mother, and now my daughter’s here working with us.” In fact, Sibbie Durham’s mother, Martha Sutherland, remained in the beauty profession until she was 93, Stamper says. The school, which usually has around 22 students, oversees 1,800 hours of training in preparation for a state exam. Students then serve a six-month apprenticeship under a master cosmetologist before taking a second exam to

obtain their own master’s designation. The nail technicians undergo 600 hours of training. “We have people come in to have their hair colored, permed, cut, get a shampoo and set – pretty much everything a salon does, and everything is supervised by our instructors,” Stamper says. HE KNOWS THE DRILL About 24 years ago, dentist Thad Overmyer came up with a way to lubricate dental instruments, enhancing their efficiency. Now through his company, Anodia Systems, Dr. Overmyer has expanded into a whole range of cooling and injection systems for dental unit waterlines. “I’m the type of person who works on cars, who drills on things, so I knew we needed a better lubricant than what we were using,” he says. “I wanted to fix the problem, so I developed this lubricant to increase the cutting efficiency when I DA N V I L L E


Business | Biz Briefs was drilling on teeth.” The original company, Steri-Sol, has evolved into Anodia, which employs three people at its headquarters. Anodia is the distributor for, among other products, Mint-A-Kleen®, which replaces the water going through the high-speed hand piece or scaler during operative procedures. It also can be used for cleaning dental waterlines. “I’d used it when using the hand pieces, but I found that it also can clean the lines,” Overmyer explains. “It removes a film, called biofilm, from within the dental unit, which is something else that makes it popular with dentists.” Anodia sells its products throughout the United States, and it also has a distributor in Sweden. CAN’T FIND IT? TRY JR.’S The award-winning window displays are the first clue that Jr.’s General Store is not the “little bit of everything” general-interest store of old. A gift shop with pizzazz, Jr.’s opened on Main Street in September 2006, and

it recently relocated to a larger space in the Proctor-Bosley House to have a little more elbow room, says Kelly Miller, the “Jr.” of the store’s name. He owns the shop along with Tim Robbins, Bennie Thompson and George Thompson. “We needed more space, and we also needed some more parking,” Miller says. “When you sell tables, chairs, lamps and 300-pound birdbaths, you don’t want people to have to go very far to load it up.” If you’re in the market for something a little less cumbersome, no worries. Jr.’s carries everything from baby hats to handmade photo-box frames. The store also offers party planning, wedding planning, flowers and other specialty services. “When I moved here from New York, I wanted to be able to have a small store in a really nice town,” Miller says. “Both of those statements have come true. What we’ve done here is really special.” FRIENDLY TO FEET Danville Bike and Footwear downtown has found its niche with personal

attention and community involvement. The store and its staff place a high premium on service, which has helped it compete with larger, chain retailers. “People appreciate us taking the time to look at their feet, measure them properly and put them in the proper shoe for their foot type, whether they’re walking, running or hiking,” says owner Ernst Crown-Weber. “We work closely with a lot of physical therapists, chiropractors and podiatrists. That’s become a big chunk of our business.” Since 1993, the store has carried shoes, socks, insoles and a wide variety of other products. It caters to all sorts of sports enthusiasts, from runners and walkers to cyclists and swimmers. The store also is a point of contact for the B.I.K.E. Initiative, a program designed to help make Danville and Boyle County more bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly. “It’s hard to find a unique niche in any market, but working with the community, taking time with people, is what we’re all about,” Crown-Weber says. – Joe Morris

Jr.’s General Store offers an eclectic array of fine gifts along with flowers, party planning and wedding planning.

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Steve Rinehart, co-chair of the workforce development committee

Staying on the Same Page CHAMBER COMMITTEE, COMMUNITY PARTNERS CONNECT TO IMPROVE JOB SKILLS

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quality workforce, good educational opportunities and strong employer base mean great things for an area’s economic future – as long as the lines of communication remain open. That’s the thinking behind the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce’s new workforce development committee, which was formed in March 2007 to make sure all the area’s economic development partners are on the same page as the region’s workforce continues to grow and expand. “We realized that you can’t grow and expand the economy locally if you don’t have a qualified, skilled workforce,” says Steve Rinehart, co-chair of the committee and the administrative manager at Denyo Manufacturing Corp. “It’s one thing to try to attract new jobs, but if you don’t have people with the skills to fill them, it’s hard to get companies that are here to expand, or bring in a new operation.” To connect people with jobs – or with training programs to enhance the skill sets they already have – the committee

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has pulled in members from various segments of the community, including educational entities and a wide range of businesses and industries. With all these folks at the table, Rinehart says, everyone will have an easier time tapping into programs and services that are already up and running. “Danville is an economic hub for a four- or five-county area, and we’re finding that a lot of our local businesses and industries don’t always utilize what’s available because they don’t know it’s there.” This is especially true in the area of workforce training and development, and the committee has already had success partnering with the Bluegrass Area Development District, a confederation of 17 counties in central Kentucky that includes Boyle County. Working with the agency, the chamber has been able to identify common issues that employers see as deficiencies in the current workforce. The basics, such as teamwork awareness and reading comprehension, popped up a lot, as well as basic math

and other core educational issues. “A lot of kids are coming out of high school and really don’t understand what an employer’s expectations are,” Rinehart says. “So now we’re working on getting business folks into the schools to better understand the limitations and pressures that school teachers and administrators are under – and then we get those folks into business settings so they can better understand what businesses need. We want to get them all better aware of the other’s world so they can work together more effectively.” To that end, plans are in the works to make sure that workforce training sources are both identified and easily accessed. A brochure listing various services and agencies that provide them will be distributed throughout the community, Rinehart says. “It will be a summary of what people have available to them,” he says, “and a point of contact for resources that can help people find a job or do better in the job they already have.” – Joe Morris DA N V I L L E


Business | Economic Profile

DANVILLE BUSINESS CLIMATE Boyle County’s economy is primarily based on manufacturing. Ephraim McDowell Health is the area’s largest employer.

TAXES

Tangibles, .474

Sales Tax

Motor vehicles, .539

Kentucky’s state sales tax is 6 percent.

Danville Independent

Property Tax

Tangibles, .679 Motor vehicles, .669

Airports

State property tax per $100 valuation (2007)

Blue Grass Airport

Real estate, .124

(859) 231-7929

Motor vehicles, .45

DISTANCE TO MAJOR CITIES

Stuart Powell Field

Manufacturing machinery, .15

(859) 854-9246

Other tangible personal property, .45

TRANSPORTATION

Real estate, .679

Atlanta, 363 miles Birmingham, Ala., 384 miles

BOYLE COUNTY LABOR FORCE

Boyle County

Charlotte, N.C., 383 miles

Real estate, .0540

Chicago, 375 miles

December 2006

Tangibles, .0730

Cincinnati, 124 miles

Civilian labor force, 13,012

Motor vehicles, .069

Cleveland, 375 miles

Employed, 12,268

Danville

Columbus, Ohio, 231 miles

Unemployed, 744

Real estate, .129

Indianapolis, 194 miles

Unemployment rate, 5.7

Tangibles, .1551

Lexington, Ky., 37 miles

Motor vehicles, none

Louisville, Ky., 83 miles

of Labor, Bureau of

School District

Nashville, Tenn., 192 miles

Labor Statistics

Real estate, .475

Source: DeLorme Map ’N Go

Source: U.S. Department

EMPLOYMENT BY MAJOR INDUSTRY BY PLACE OF WORK (2005) Boyle County Employment

Percent

Labor Market Area

All industries

15,758

100.0

257,369

Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting

0

0

N/A

Employment Percent 100.0 N/A

Construction

383

2.4

13,378

5.2

Financial activities

533

3.4

11,317

4.4

Information

193

1.2

4,710

Manufacturing

3,250

20.6

36,523

14.2

Other

7

0.0

N/A

N/A

1.8

Public administration

712

4.5

9,489

Services

5,957

37.8

90,472

35.2

3.7

Trade, transportation and utilities

3,180

20.2

49,216

19.1

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Business | Economic Profile STATE PROPERTY TAX RATES PER $100 VALUATION, 2006 Selected Class of Property

State Rate

Real estate

$0.1280

Local Taxation Permitted Yes

Manufacturing machinery

$0.1500

No

Pollution control equipment

$0.1500

No

Inventories: Raw materials

$0.0500

No

Goods in process

$0.0500

No

Finished goods

$0.0500

Yes

Goods in transit

Exempt

Limited

Motor vehicles

$0.4500

Yes

Other tangible personal property

$0.4500

Yes Source: Kentucky Department of Revenue

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Number of Employees

Company

Product/Service

Ephraim McDowell Health

Health care

R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co.

Offset printing

831

American Greetings

Greeting cards

657

Dana Corp.

Diesel & gas engine gaskets

FKI Logistex

Conveyer equipment

280

Pliant Corp.

Polyethylene film

254

Philips Lighting Co.

Glass bulbs

230

Red Wing Shoe Co.

Leather boots

213

Panasonic Home Appliances Co. of America

Vacuum cleaners

125

Timberland Co.

Distribution center

120

Flexcell - Danville, Unit of Kimball International

Furniture

110

Denyo Manufacturing Corp.

Diesel drive generators

110

AdMart International

Display foam lettering

100

Hobart Corp.

Commercial & dishwasher assembly

96

Sellers Engineering Co.

Commercial water heaters

80

Advocate Messenger

Newspaper publishing

78

Caterpillar Inc.

Tractor parts

78

Allen Co.

Blacktop

50

Burkmann Mills Inc.

Corporate headquarters, feed manufacturing

43

Pioneer Vocational Industrial Services Inc.

Sheltered workshop

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AVERAGE WEEKLY COUNTY WAGE (2005) All industries, $564 Construction, $561 Financial activities, $725 Information, $622

AVAILABLE INDUSTRIAL SITES

Manufacturing, $772 Other, $1,537

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Public administration $569

Danville Industrial Site

18.72

Services, $446

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Trade, transportation and utilities, $511

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Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

BOYLE COUNTY INCOME 2004 Per capita income $25,040 2006 Median household income, $39,198

Total Acreage

Largest Possible Tract 18.72 45 84.22

AVAILABLE INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS Building

Square Footage

Danville Industrial Center

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Acreage 21.0

Panasonic Building

787,421

59.4

Pioneer Building

23,368

1.4

United Warehousing

204,921

19.0

2004 Median home price $99,500

POPULATION PROJECTIONS Labor Market Area 2011, 579,313 Boyle County 2010, 28,872 2015, 29,762 2020, 30,675 2025, 31,517

FOR MORE INFORMATION Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce 304 S. Fourth St. Danville, KY 40422 Phone: (859) 236-2361 Fax: (859) 236-3197 www.danvilleboyle chamber.com

Sources: www.danvilleboyle chamber.com www.thinkkentucky.com

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Education

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Fatima Cervantes works on a laptop in front of Danville High School.

Preparing for College and Life SCHOOLS’ INVESTMENT IN WIRELESS INTERNET, COMPUTERS BOOSTS STUDENTS’ TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

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oing homework and communicating with teachers is easier than ever for students in Danville’s five schools, thanks to the school district’s investment in state-ofthe-art wireless Internet access. From anywhere on school property, students can use their laptop computers to look up information on the Internet that they need to complete their lessons, read messages on their teachers’ blogs, and send and receive e-mails. “On a spring day, they can spread a blanket on the lawn and do their homework,” says Diane Culbertson, technology coordinator and chief

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information officer for Danville Schools. “We have students on the front steps of our schools using the Internet to do their homework. Inside, you can walk from one end of a school building to another and never lose service.” The Danville school district’s 1,750 students can develop their technology skills even further with the 249 new computers being purchased by the school system. The new computers make it possible for each school to provide a computer lab as well as new classroom workstations. This ensures that students who do not have a computer at home can fully participate as they and their

classmates learn about technology and the Internet. Curriculum experts help teachers incorporate the Web into their lessons, Culbertson says. “We have 21st-century schools, and they are 21st-century students,” she says. Federal funding is covering 80 percent of the cost of the new wireless system. One elementary school has 30 laptops available, but generally students and staff members provide their own laptops. To help make new computers affordable, Dell, Apple, Hewlett-Packard and IBM are offering special pricing. The new wireless system includes safeguards to protect students from access to inappropriate Web sites. A software “filter” blocks those sites, and each student also signs an agreement to avoid them. In addition, a central server connected to the schools by new fiberoptic lines makes it easy for teachers to monitor Internet use, Culbertson says. “We have logs, and we can tell if a student went to an inappropriate site,” she says. To protect the system from unauthorized use by anyone other than students and school employees, students have to use passwords to gain access. “We are teaching them information and technology literacy as well as reading and other skills,” Culbertson says. “When you put that together with 21st-century skills, they are better able to compete. We feel we’re getting them ready for college and life.” – Bill Lewis SEE MORE ONLINE | For more information about education in Boyle County, visit the archives at imagesdanville.com/07.

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he Danville area is home to an impressive array of schools, including Centre College, Eastern Kentucky University, National College, and Bluegrass Community and Technical College – and Midway College is nearby. “Our goal is to create opportunities for our students,” says Gail Vaughn, campus director for Bluegrass Community and Technical College, which formed in 2005 when two separate schools consolidated. The college’s campuses serve both traditional and nontraditional, older students who are already in the workforce. The college and EKU’s Danville campus are discussing ways to expand their alreadyclose relationship, which ensures that students at Bluegrass Community and Technical College get full course credit for their first two years of college when they transfer to EKU to finish a four-year degree, Vaughn says. “We work well together to offer everything a student needs,” she says. Midway College, Kentucky’s only college for women, also offers classes for nontraditional students, both men and women, who are employed but want to further their education. Rounding out the region’s educational opportunities, Centre College is recognized as one of the nation’s top liberal arts schools, and National College offers a wide range of programs – from short-term diploma programs to a two– year associate degree. – Bill Lewis DA N V I L L E

Exceptional

Amenities “On the House” hot breakfast High-speed wireless Internet Heated indoor pool and whirlpool Fitness center Hospitality/meeting room for up to 40 people Business Center with DSL line Fax and copy service Elevator/interior corridors

Comfort

Microwave/refrigerator/Jacuzzi rooms available In-room coffee maker, hair dryer, iron and board Free local calls, voice mail 27” remote TV Lodgenet movies, Nintendo 64™ and free Showtime

Elegance

Complimentary USA Today and local newspaper Guest laundry facilities Hilton HHonors Rewards Program 100% satisfaction guarantee

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Sports & Recreation

Scoring Goals on the Field and Off YOUTH SOCCER TEAM LANDS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AND WINS NATIONAL FUNDRAISING HONORS

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inning the state championship in 2007 was plenty to brag about. But when the Central Kentucky Soccer Club’s Under 12 boys team came in first in the nation for a very special fundraising effort, it made for quite a year. The team – composed of boys from Boyle, Lincoln and Mercer counties – shocked the competition when it beat out the previous year’s champions, the Thoroughbreds of Oldham, in the state finals. “It was the first time they entered and the first time they won, so that’s pretty good,” says Duane Steber, who coaches the team along with Rick Angel and Stephen Hall. “I thought we had a chance, but we were playing with some of the top teams in the state – places like Louisville and Lexington, where they’ve got more people and more teams. Nobody could believe it when we got done that day.” Other than the fun of pouring icecold water down their coaches’ necks after the big win, the team members had another big incentive. In addition to playing for a championship, they had been working to raise funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s “Soccer Kicks for Cancer” program. And for a very personal reason. Team member Mason Angel’s younger brother Drew had been diagnosed with leukemia about a year prior to the start of the season. The struggles he and his family faced during the various treatments for his illness hit home with the boys and their families, so they joined forces with Soccer Kicks for Cancer and set about getting pledges. When it was all said and done, the U12 team had raised almost $5,500, the

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most of any soccer club in the country. Not only that, but Drew Angel’s team raised the second-highest amount. “It was pretty impressive. They really got out there,” says Cindy Angel, Drew’s mother. “When our younger son was diagnosed in fall 2005, we learned about the fundraising, and my older son Mason and his teammates went around asking teachers, friends and other people if they would sponsor them. It was really very personal for the kids.” Each player had to get 2,000 touches on a soccer ball within a two-week period, and they received donations of $10 on up from contributors. Soon after the drive was over, the team found out it had led the nation, Angel says. “We were competing against teams

nationwide, in much bigger places, so it was really an amazing feat,” she says. For finishing first and second, the two teams earned a visit from professional soccer player John Michael Hayden of the Houston Dynamo. “He’s from Kentucky and had played on teams here,” Angel says. “They had worked so hard, and getting a visit from him was really special.” – Joe Morris

The Central Kentucky Soccer Club U12 team won the state championship and raised more money for cancer research than any other team in the nation.

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DANVILLE CARDIOVASCULAR CONSULTANTS John S. Aumiller, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Diplomate, American Boards of Internal Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases

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Certified Physician Assistant

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Certified Physician Assistant

Certified Physician Assistant

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Clinic/Practice Manager www.danvillecardiology.yourmd.com

1250 Ben Ali Dr. • Danville, KY 40422 102 Citation Dr. • Danville, KY 40422 (859) 236-6621 • Fax: (859) 236-6620 • Toll-free: (888) 256-0093

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Health & Wellness

SEE MORE ONLINE | For more information about health care in Boyle County, visit the archives at imagesdanville.com/07.

Help at a Place Called Hope CENTER FOR AT-RISK POPULATION REACHES THOSE WHO NEED ASSISTANCE MOST

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hen the Hope Clinic & Pharmacy opened its doors in December 2006, the goal was twofold: provide medical care to the region’s at-risk populations and reduce wait times in area emergency rooms. After more than 500 clinic visits and some 1,500 volunteer hours, Hope is very much alive. The clinic was founded by Ephraim McDowell Health, Heart of Kentucky United Way, the Salvation Army and the Boyle County Health Department. It operates Monday through Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the health department, and its pharmacy services are provided from the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center’s outpatient pharmacy. Part of its success can be tracked to the very narrow focus of its operations. The clinic screens individuals prior to seeing them as patients, and it will only take individuals not covered by Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance. They also must meet federal poverty income guidelines. Since many people in this risk category often used the emergency

room as their primary source of medical care, the clinic was seen as a way to redirect people in such a way that the entire patient community benefited, says Harry Nickens, vice president for community relations and development at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. “We have a program that we call Mission Effectiveness, where our philosophy is that we’re not just engaged in doing a job, but in a mission of service to the public,” Nickens says. “Our public is a six-county service area, and for us to only deal with patients who have insurance or funds where they can elect to come to us for services doesn’t meet that mission. We wanted to partner with other organizations in the community to better serve that segment of our population that doesn’t have primary care or the resources to obtain it.” The clinic focuses on five chronic diseases – obesity, Type II diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol and gastroesophageal reflux disease. By targeting those specific issues, it has already been able to make a dent in emergency-room visits by non-insured

The Hope Clinic provides medical services to the region’s at-risk populations.

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individuals. “If we can divert primary-care-need patients away from our two emergency rooms, then we are not only providing health care to an indigent population at a less expensive cost, but we’re also helping to reduce the wait times,” Nickens says. In other words, if a patient shows up at the emergency room with chest pain, he or she will be seen immediately. The individual who has come in with a child running a high fever will be forced to wait. That also goes for more serious, but not life-threatening, issues and injuries. “If we can separate out the nonemergency patients, then the true emergency patient – like someone with a broken leg – is going to be attended to in a more timely manner,” Nickens says. As of September 2007, the clinic had seen 200 different patients, for a total of 500 visits. It also had dispensed more than 2,000 prescriptions. The plan now is to grow the ranks of the 45 volunteers who staff the clinic and expand its number of providers. – Joe Morris PHOTO BY JEFF ADKINS

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Her Next Stop Is Broadway DANVILLE PLAYWRIGHT WINS TOP PRIZE AT INTERNATIONAL MYSTERY FESTIVAL

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Stephen Bishop in the production, was named Best Actor. “I was the only woman and the only Kentuckian in the competition,” Orndorff says. “It was a thrill to win.” While her resume includes a Ph.D. in intercultural communication from the University of Kentucky and experience in public relations, advertising, journalism instruction and editing, Orndorff says she was still surprised by the

success of Death by Darkness. After years of writing short stories, essays and then one-act plays, this was her first attempt at writing a full-length play, not to mention a mystery. “It only took me 58 years, but I think I’ve finally found my niche,” says Orndorff, who has already started writing a new entry for the 2008 festival. “I’m hooked, and I’m not looking back.” – Valerie Pascoe

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entucky’s Mammoth Cave has been a source of intrigue and mystery since visitors began touring it nearly 200 years ago. Inspired by the cave’s grand-yet-eerie atmosphere and its long list of distinguished visitors – including notable literary figures from the 19th century – Danville’s Elizabeth Orndorff uses the geological wonder as the setting for her award-winning mystery play, Death by Darkness. “When my stepson came to visit last fall, he toured the cave and it inspired me to set the play right here in Kentucky with characters from another time,” says Orndorff, whose protagonist is based on the real-life Stephen Bishop, a slave who gave tours of Mammoth Cave from the 1830s to the 1850s. He was rumored to have used the cave as part of the underground railroad. Set in 1842 in the cave’s magnificent Star Chamber, Death by Darkness takes the audience on a journey into the world of murder, deceit and revenge. The play’s dark plot, which is full of surprises and twists, prompted audiences to select Orndorff for the two top honors at the 2007 International Mystery Writers’ Festival in Owensboro. More than 6,200 tickets were sold for the six-day festival, which featured 48 performances, the majority of which were sold out. “I didn’t get a chance to see the play until it opened at the festival,” Orndorff says. “I was blown away by the set and the quality of the actors, four of whom were brought in from Chicago for the performances. It is just a top-notch event.” In addition to winning the Most Promising New Writer award and Best New Play – which earned Orndorff $15,000 in total prize money at the festival – John Frazier, who portrayed

Elizabeth Orndorff of Danville received Best New Play and Most Promising New Writer honors at the first International Mystery Writers’ Festival.

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eek into the lobbies of Main Street businesses after hours and you may see crowds surrounding some of Danville’s most exciting artwork. Twice each year, the Danville-Boyle County Arts Commission hosts the Gallery Hop Stop, an evening showcase that allows revelers to “hop” from improvised gallery to gallery. The event provides a forum for local artwork – paintings, photography, ceramics, blown glass, sculptures and fiber art – at participating businesses such as Chase Bank, Lexington Investment Co. and Coldwell Banker VIP Realty. “For an evening, these businesses are transformed into art galleries throughout downtown,” says Ann Nichols, executive director of the Arts Commission of Danville-Boyle County. “Different sectors of the community come together for the Gallery Hop Stop for one purpose – to provide an opportunity for these talented artists to share their work. It’s a wonderful dynamic among everyone involved.” Sponsored by Kentucky Utilities and E.ON U.S., the event began in 2004 and has grown to include 80 exhibitors and anywhere from 16 to 22 downtown businesses. Each year’s first Gallery Hop Stop event coincides with Danville’s Great American Brass Band Weekend each June, while the second event takes place later in the fall. Nichols says the Gallery Hop Stop has been a driving force behind attracting new patrons to downtown Danville while raising awareness of the thriving local arts scene. – Valerie Pascoe DA N V I L L E

Where are they headed? 80% GO TO COLLEGE Vanderbilt DePaul Centre North Carolina Kentucky The road to success; one child at a time.

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DANVILLE SNAPSHOT Danville is known as the “class of the bluegrass” for its small-town Southern charm. From Civil War re-enactments and antique stores to quaint bed–and–breakfast inns, Boyle County offers a nice retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Mary G. Hogsett Elementary School (290 students) 238-1313

EDUCATION Boyle County Boyle County High School (800 students), 236-5047 Boyle County Middle School (600 students) 236-4212 Junction City Elementary School (425 students) 936-7524 Perryville Elementary School (325 students), 936-7500 Woodlawn Elementary School (560 students), 236-7688 Danville Bate Middle School (400 students), 238-1305 Danville High School (450 students) 238-1308 Edna L. Toliver Elementary School (325 students) 238-1319 Jennie Rogers Elementary School (300 students) 238-1316

Other Schools Danville Christian Academy 238-9736 Danville Montessori School 236-9310 Kentucky School for the Deaf 239-7017 Higher Education Bluegrass Community and Technical College, 239-7030 Centre College, 238-5200 Eastern Kentucky University – Danville, 236-6866 Midway College, 239-2461 National College, 236-6991

CLIMATE Annual average temperature 55 F January average temperature 32.5 F July average temperature 75.8 F Average annual precipitation 46 inches

UTILITIES Cable Time Warner 888-683-1000 Electricity Inter-County Energy Cooperative, 236-4561 Kentucky Utilities (800) 981-0600 – Residential Customer Service (800) 383-5582 – Business Customer Service LG&E Energy Corp. (800) 500-4904 Natural Gas Atmos Energy Corp. (888) 954-4321 Customer Service Sewer City of Danville, 238-1200 Water City of Danville 238-1200

ATTRACTIONS/ RECREATION/ARTS AND CULTURE Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge, 236-4690

THIS SECTION IS SPONSORED BY

“Our Family Serving Boyle County Since 1926” 506 W. Shelby St. Junction City, Kentucky (859) 854-3322

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Robert & Mary Stith Hamlin Marcia Shackelton – Ann Yager Hamlin

318 W. Broadway Danville, Kentucky (859) 236-2113

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Chateau du Vieux Corbeau Winery and Elements Pottery Studio 236-1775 Community Arts Center 236-4054 Constitution Square State Historic Site 239-7089 Gautier Stained Glass 236-6601 Gwinn Island Marina 236-4286 JFC Museum 236-7057 or 236-3442 Jacobs Hall (Kentucky School for the Deaf) 236-5132 John W.D. Bowling Model Railroad Museum 236-8954 (by appt.) Jones Military Medals Museum (by appt.) (866) 453-5466 Jones Surname Museum/ Genealogical Resources and Library (by appt.) (866) 453-5466

August

GOLF

ROUTE 127 YARD SALE

Public Old Bridge Golf Club 236-6051

Aug. 7-10, 2008

September

Private Danville Country Club 236-7197

GREAT OUTHOUSE BLOWOUT (PENN’S STORE) Sept. 6, 2008

CENTRE FAMILY WEEKEND

NUMBERS TO KNOW Airport-Danville Aviation 854-5994 Bluegrass Ultra Transit Service 236-2955 Vehicle Registration, 238-1110 Boyle County Courthouse 238-1100 Boyle County Health Department, 236-2053 Chamber of Commerce 236-2361 Convention & Visitors Bureau 236-7794 Danville City Hall, 238-1200 Driver’s License, 239-7456

Sept. 19-20, 2008

CONSTITUTION SQUARE FESTIVAL Sept. 19-21, 2008

October PERRYVILLE CIVIL WAR RE-ENACTMENT Oct. 4-5, 2008

FORKLAND FESTIVAL Oct. 10-11, 2008

CENTRE COLLEGE HOMECOMING Oct. 24-25, 2008

December FORKLAND CHRISTMAS DINNER Dec. 6, 2008

Economic Development Office 236-0636

TWILIGHT CHRISTMAS IN THE COUNTRY

Lightning Valley MotorSports Park, (606) 854-6535 or (606) 854-5950

Employment Office, 239-7411

Dec. 13, 2008

Heart of Danville Main Street Program, 236-1909

FOR MORE INFORMATION

McDowell House and Apothecary, 236-2804

Library, 236-8466

Merchants’ Row Historic District, Perryville 332-1862

Social Security Office 236-3934

Jones Visual Arts Center 236-3496

Norton Center for the Arts at Centre College 236-4692 or (877) HITSHOW Historic Penn’s Store 332-7715 or 332-7706 Perryville Battlefield 332-8631 Pioneer Playhouse 236-2747

Post Office, 236-6334

Voter Registration, 238-1110

2008 EVENTS

February HERITAGE FESTIVAL Feb. 29-March 2, 2008

June

MEDICAL FACILITY

GREAT AMERICAN BRASS BAND FESTIVAL

Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center 239-1000 217 S. Third St., Danville

June 12-15, 2008

The area code for Danville is 859.

BOYLE COUNTY FAIR & HORSE SHOW June 13-22, 2008

Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce 304 S. Fourth St. Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 236-2361 (877) 282-2899 Fax: 236-3197 www.danvilleboyle chamber.com Danville-Boyle County Convention & Visitors Bureau 105 E. Walnut St. Danville, KY 40422 Phone: 236-7794 (800) 755-0076 www.danvillekentucky.com

Sources: www.danvilleboyle chamber.com www.danvillekentucky.com www.thinkkentucky.com

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2008 Membership Directory THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WAS PROVIDED BY THE DANVILLE-BOYLE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. THE AREA CODE IS 859, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. FOR COMPLETE LISTINGS BY BUSINESS CATEGORY, PLEASE REFER TO THE BUSINESS GUIDE ON PAGE 49.

A A Children’s Place • 236-7176 A Lasting Impression Florist • 236-7118 A&L Accessories • 236-7411 ABSKY Corporation • 936-4606 Absolute Massage Therapy • 326-1641 Ace Hardware & Appliances • 236-5774 Ace Printing & Computers • 236-7497

Boyle Block Company • 236-7142

Central Seal Company • 236-2367

Boyle County Attorney • 238-1121

Centre College • 238-5220

Boyle County Extension Service • 236-4484

Centre College Career Services • 238-5286

Boyle County 4-H Council • 236-4484

Century 21 Wilson Realty & Auction, Matt Grimes • 583-2153

Boyle County Industrial Foundation • 236-0636 Boyle County Public Library • 236-8466 Boyle County Public Schools • 236-6634 Boyle County PVA Office • 238-1104

Century 21 Wilson Realty & Auction Company, Betsy Wilson • 236-0021 The Chambers Bed & Breakfast • 236-1693 Champion’s Marathon

Adoption Assistance Inc. • 236-2761

Branscum Construction Company Inc. • (270) 866-5107

Chase Bank • 238-4700

Advanced Technologies Group • 721-2800

Bright’s Bottle Gas Co. • 748-5382

Chateau du Vieux Corbeau dba Old Crow Inn Winery • 236-1808

Advocate Messenger • 236-2551

Brookcove Car Care Center • 236-1224

Affinity Realty • 583-4986

Brookcove Dry Cleaners • 236-1224

Aflac • 879-9031

Bob Browne • 936-1535

The Allen Company • 236-2310

Dr. Stephen Buchanan • 236-0905

Allstate Insurance Company 936-9970, (866) 936-9970

Buffalo Springs Audio/Video Design Inc. (606) 365-4040

Clay & Clay, Attorneys • 236-4867

American General Financial Services • 236-5956

Builders Choice Inc. • 236-9044

Cliffview Retreat and Conference Center • 792-3333, (877) 792-3330

American Greetings Corporation • 236-7200, Ext. 5352

Burgin Boat & Mini Storage • 748-5884

Animal Medical Center • 238-2201 Anodia Systems • (866) 246-2548 antiques in danville • 326-0527 Aperture Studios • 481-3225

Burke’s Bakery & Delicatessen • 236-5661 Burkmann Feeds • 236-0400

Chinn Jewelers • 236-6612 CiCi’s Pizza • 936-1616 City Art Signs Inc. • 236-8219

Coffey’s Kids, LLC • 238-6800 Coldwell Banker VIP Realty • 236-5450

Craig A. Butler, CPA • 936-0201

Coldwell Banker VIP Realty, Mary Jo Joseph 236-5450, 583-5964

Byerly Design & Construction Co. Inc. • 236-6068

Comfort Suites • 936-9300

Appraisal Works • 324-0999 The Arts Commission of Danville/Boyle County • 238-0063

Chinatown Restaurant • 236-8899

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Commonwealth Cancer • 236-2203 Commonwealth Urology • 236-9670

C.M. Space and Associates Insurance Agency • 236-8000

Commonwealth’s Attorney • 239-0015

Caldwell & Cook Hearing Services Inc. 236-3865, (888) 843-9558 Caldwell Body Shop Inc. • 238-7051

Community Based Work Transition Program 239-7017, Ext. 2302 Relay Service (800) 648-6057

Caldwell Stone Company • 236-6829

Community Greeting Service • 236-2737

Camp Horsin’ Around • 381-9998

Community Trust Bank • 239-9200

Candy Bouquet • 236-5605

Concrete Materials Company, LLC • 623-4238

B&E Furniture LLC • 236-6904

Captain D’s • 238-2250

Constitution Square State Historic Site • 239-7089

Baby Bear Day Care • 236-9422

Caregivers by Linda, LLC 238-7611, (877) 556-2273

Cook’s Collectables • 236-0036

Caretenders of the Bluegrass • 236-8956

Cooperative Care • 239-2443, (800) 843-2597

Caring Touch In-Home Services • 238-0089

The Cottage Bed & Breakfast • 236-9642 Cottage Interiors Inc. • 236-0990

Bate Middle School • 238-1305

Carlson Wagonlit/Thomas Travel Inc. 236-0000, (800) 633-8003

Be Medispa – Danville • 236-1700

Carol’s Bridal & Gifts Inc. • 236-3825

County Judge Executive • 238-1100

Best Western Danville Inn • 236-6825

Cartunes • 238-1280

Cox Group • 236-0345

Drs. Beto and Bogardus, PLLC • 236-1130, (800) 609-7899

CASA at Woodlawn • 936-3510

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store • 936-7792

Caterpillar Track Components • 936-2220

Crawford Insurance Agency • 236-6677

CBS Companies • 236-5232

Critchfield & Critchfield • 236-6810

Cellular One • 936-9991, (800) CELLONE

Cruise Planners • 236-5010 Curves • 236-2597

Big Brothers/Big Sisters • 236-2999

Centenary United Methodist Church 236-4800

Bill Miracle & Associates • (606) 365-7008

Central Kentucky Assoc. of Realtors • 236-3497

Bluegrass Appraisals & Research Inc. 236-3283, (888) 269-8320

Central Kentucky Chapter of the American Red Cross • 236-6538

Bluegrass Area Development District • 239-7411

Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank • 236-4181

Aspen Hall Manor • 734-5050 AT&T Mobility • 236-9071 AT&T • (502) 875-3508 ATMOS Energy • 236-2300 Atoka, LLC • 236-4591

B Back to Basics Chiropractic, LLC • 236-5562 Baptist Homes Inc. Assisted Living • 236-1557 Baskin-Robbins • 236-4175

Better Business Bureau of Central and Eastern Kentucky Inc. • (800) 866-6668 BetterSource Benefit Company Inc. (606) 678-0583, (877) 251-8741

Bluegrass BeachHouse, Ltd. • 236-6642 Bluegrass Clinic • (606) 365-8338

Central Kentucky Forest Management Inc. • 238-2212

Bluegrass Community & Technical College • 239-7030

Central Kentucky Interpreter Referral Inc. • 236-9888

Bob Allen Motor Mall • 236-3217, (877) 773-3217

Central Kentucky Plastic Surgery • 936-8200

Bo-Kays and More, LLC • 236-7571

Central Kentucky Plumbing • 236-0781

Bookkeeping Solutions • 589-0798

Central Kentucky Surgeons, PSC • 236-2222

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Community Arts Center • 236-4054

Country Hearth Inn • 236-8601, (888) 443-2784

Custom Air Inc. • 236-5417, (800) 248-2498 Custom Graphics and Services, LLC • 326-0071

D Dana Corporation • 236-3960 Danville Aviation • 854-5994 Danville Bike and Footwear • 238-7669 Danville Bottled Water Distributors Inc. • 238-4134, (800) 737-4134 Danville Bowlarama • 236-6452 Danville Boyle County Senior Citizens • 236-2070

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Danville Cardiovascular Consultants • 236-6551

Farm Bureau Insurance • 236-4081

The Hub Coffee House & Café • 936-0001

Danville Centre For Health and Rehabilitation • 236-3972

Farm Credit Services of Mid-America • (800) 880-1114

Hudson & Hudson • 236-2854

Danville Christian Bookstore & Music Center • 236-5973

Farmers National Bank • 236-2926

City of Danville • 238-1200

Humana • 232-8533

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Fazoli’s • 236-9265 Federal Signal Corporation • 236-4572

The Idea Farm Inc. • 236-3376

Feistritzer Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. • 236-0850

Ignyte Software Inc. • 691-0926

Danville Diagnostic • 936-9974 Danville Eye Center • 236-8644

Fifth Third Bank • 734-7796, 236-9160

Danville Family Chiropractic, PSC • 239-0022

Finley’s Fun Center • 236-8808

Danville Family Dentistry, PLLC • 236-2488

Fort Knox Federal Credit Union • 236-2153

Danville Interventional Pain Treatment, PLLC • 236-0606

4th Street Deli • 236-7953

Danville Lions Club • 236-5757

FRA Engineering • 236-5888

Danville Nephrology Consultant • 236-9203

The Frame Cellar • 236-7470

Danville Country Club • 236-7197

W. Irvine Fox

Danville Office Equipment Inc. • 236-6618 Danville Orthopedic Surgeons • 236-8730, (800) 221-8674

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Impressions by BJ • 236-6819 Industrial Park Distributors • 236-0068 Anna Ingram Inter-County Energy Cooperative • 236-4561 Isaiah House Christian Drug & Alcohol Recovery Center • (606) 346-9868

J JC Penney Co. Inc. • 236-7709 Jeffrey Baird Associates • 236-3048

Jim Garner, Hair Stylist • 236-6578

JFC Museum • 236-7057 Joann’s Corner Cuts • 236-7854

Danville Physical Therapy, PLLC • 238-7650

Garrard County Chamber of Commerce • 792-2282

Danville Save-a-Lot • 238-7677

Garrard Wookworking Plus • 236-9100

Danville Schools • 238-1300

Garstka & Gander, PSC • (606) 365-7855

Johnson-Pohlmann Inc. 236-5922, (800) 578-5922

Danville Senior Housing, LLC • 492-8730

Gary Lynn Construction • (606) 346-5821

Joshua’s Corner Café • 936-2002

Danville Surgical Associates • 236-0712

Gash-Fitzpatrick Insurance • 236-5192

Journal Communications Inc. • (800) 333-8842

Danville Trophy & Engraving • 236-5343

Genesis Microsystems • 324-1362

Jr.’s General Store • 936-5522

Danville/Boyle County/ KSD Community Education • 239-8986

Genesis Salon • 239-0040

City of Junction City • 854-3900

Danville Pediatrics, PSC • 236-1080

Danville-Boyle Convention & Visitors Bureau • 236-7794, (800) 755-0076 Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership • 236-0636 Danville-Boyle County Humane Society • 238-1117 Dawahares • 236-3933

Gentle Dental Center, PLLC 236-6181, (800) 286-6181

Denyo Manufacturing • 236-3405 The Derby Shoppe & Raggs (877) 236-1211, 236-1211, 236-7630

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Joe & Paula Gibson • 236-2463

K.C. Gymnastics • 236-7175

Gill Heart Institute – Danville • 236-4442

John M. Kalk • 936-3112

Gilliland Flower Shop • (606) 365-3161

Kelly Services • 236-3432, (800) 659-2823

The Golden Lion Bed and Breakfast • 583-1895, (866) 453-5466

Jerome Kennedy • 236-1564

Good Neighbor Pharmacy • 936-1222

Dental Associates • 236-9277

Job Master Rental Inc. • 734-2368

Goose Creek Inc. • 239-0020 Got It! Graphics & Advertising • 734-5177 The Great American Brass Band Festival • 319-8426

Kentucky Blood Center • 276-2534 Kentucky Fidelity Mortgage • 239-9338 Kentucky Homes & Land Realty Inc. • 936-0005 Kentucky School for the Deaf • 239-7017 Kentucky School of Okinawan Martial Arts, LLC • 748-5136

Dexter Real Estate/ Insurance • 236-6686, (800) 865-3577

The Great American Dollhouse Museum • 583-8000

Digital on Demand • 236-8503, (800) 565-0988

Growing Pains Lawn Service • 332-4231

Kentucky Trust Company • 239-9000

Dixon Design • 238-9498

Guardian Support Services Inc. • 236-6002

Kentucky Utilities Company • (800) 981-0600

DocuBit • 792-8311

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Dream Mark Properties, LLC • 238-0584 Durham & Demaree Insurance • 236-2770

H&R Block • 236-3281

Durham Beauty School Inc. • 236-6268

H20 Designs Inc. • 548-9893

E Eastern KY University • 236-6866 Edward Jones Investments, Joe Bunch • 238-7420 Edward Jones Investments, Tom Tye 936-9157, (877) 936-9157

Hall Pharmacy, PLC • 236-1442 Hampton Inn • 236-6200 Curtis J. Hannah & Meredith Young-Hannah • 583-4458 LeeRoy Hardin • 854-6292 Harrodsburg Herald • 734-2726

Kentucky Seasons Inc. • 583-2638

Kentucky WEBMASTER • (866) 594-6637 Kentucky’s Smokin’ Grill Inc. • 236-3609 Kerbaugh & Rodes • 236-3924 Kid’s Alley • 236-5437 Kidd Glass Inc. • 734-2095 Kirk Schlea Photography/ Schlea Visual Arts • 332-7562 Kiwanis Club of Danville • (888) 448-9424 Kleckner’s Collision Center Inc. • 236-7208 Knight Hawk Security Company, LLC • 236-6989

Ellis Florist & Gifts • 733-9971

Harrodsburg-Mercer County Chamber of Commerce • 734-2365

Ellison Ridge Log & Timber Frame Homes • (800) 459-5072

Hazel’s Old School of Dance • 733-0073

Kroger • 236-3987, 936-7436

Health First Chiropractic • 236-5129

Kuhn Electric Inc. • 583-0059

Heart of Danville Main Street Program • 236-1909

Forrest Kuhn, MD • 236-1080, (502) 896-2131

Elmwood Inn Fine Teas • 332-2400 Enlow and Shahzad Associates in Medicine, PSC • 236-4216 Ephraim McDowell Health • 239-2400 Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center • 239-1000 ERA Team Realtors • 236-3064, (800) 242-3816 Exclusively Yours, LLC • 936-5557 Express Title Services • 936-0902 Eye Associates of Danville, PSC/ Eye Associates Optical • 236-6055

F Family Home Health Care Inc. (606) 365-1252, (800) 946-0369

Heart of KY United Way • 238-6986

Barry Kowalik, OD, PSC • 236-8093

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Heartland Veterinary Hospital – Suds & Scissors Pet Grooming • 238-7500

Lakeview Point Bed & Breakfast • 748-8359

Helton, Erwin & Associates • 236-4520 Heritage Hospice • 236-2425

Larry Nunes Investigations & Security Services • 332-2657

Chris Herron, Attorney • 236-3777

Tim LeDonne • 238-9387

Hilliard Lyons • 236-3636, (800) 523-7987

Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken • 236-8777

Hilpp Properties & Construction • (270) 692-9492

Lexington Investment Company • 238-0102

Hobart Corporation • 236-7023

Lanham Media Services • (502) 695-4472

Lexington Investment Company • 224-7073

Holiday Inn Express • 236-8600

Lexington Legends Professsional Baseball Club • 422-7853

Home Inspection Services Inc. • 236-8028

Liberty Mining Consultants • 936-5588

Family Medicine Clinic of Danville • 236-1250

Homeland Equipment, LLC • 936-9661

Liberty Tax Service • 238-0050

Family Shoe • 238-2040

Homeplace Support Services, LLC • 936-2010

Lily Manor Day Spa • 236-1700

Family Tire & Service Center • 236-7078

Hometown Tire of Danville Inc. • 236-8810

Lincliff Guesthouse • 236-0185

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Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce • (606) 365-4118

The Pampered Chef • 936-1272

Little Caesar’s Pizza • 236-1122 Little Sign Shoppe • 238-7391

Papa John’s Pizza • 236-9999

Subway • 236-7964

LNB • 238-2602

Partners Realty Inc. • (606) 510-5184

Subway • 236-7940

The Lock Box • 236-2611

Party Lite • 936-9110

Subway • 792-8200

Long Run Community Apartments • 236-9530

PBK Bank • 238-2265

Sunrise Children’s Services – Woodlawn Center • 236-5507

Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse • 238-9925

M M Gallery Photography • 733-9363

Philips Lighting • 236-3100 Phillip D. Hickey Piano Technicians • 238-0580

Stuart Powell Ford/Mazda • 236-8917

Super 8 Motel • 236-8881 Symbiotix Inc. • 236-7942

Phoenix Physical Therapy, PLLC • 236-4686

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Pinkston Oil Company • 236-6653 Pioneer Playhouse of Danville • 236-2747

T&E Convenient Store • 236-1224

Pioneer Vocational/Industrial • 236-8413

Tele-Data Communications Inc. • 332-4222 The 10th Planet, LLC • 236-4488

The Martin Agency Inc. • 236-6782

Pizza Management, LLC dba Pizza Hut • 236-8678

Mary Kay Cosmetics – Paula Knudsen • (606) 365-4102

Pliant Corporation • 236-6633

3B Inc. • 936-7725

Polly’s II Shoes • 936-5511

Tim McCoy Construction Co. Inc. • 236-4804

Pregnancy Resource Center of Central Kentucky • 236-9282, (866) 850-4250

Time Warner • 626-4840

M&M Sanitation • 273-8305 Maple Tree Gallery • 236-0909

Mary Kay Cosmetics – Connie Snider • 236-9237, (888) 702-0313 McAfee Mowing and Landscaping Inc. • 236-6969

Premier Limousine • 326-LIMO (5466)

McAnly Realty • 236-6363

The Presbyterian Church of Danville • 236-6692

McClure & McClure, Attorneys • 236-4214

Preston-Osborne • 231-7711

McDowell House Museum • 236-2804

Preston-Pruitt Funeral Home • 236-4343

McDowell Place of Danville • 239-4663, (877) 402-HOME

Prudential Guerrant Real Estate • 236-6680

Thoroughbred Threads, LLC • 236-0224

Title Wave Entertainment • 236-8888 TKT & Associates Inc. • (502) 499-9440 Toy Box Catering • 236-2876 Travel Authority • 236-2505, (800) 489-2593 Trinity Episcopal Church • 236-3374 Triple O Electric • 238-7628

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McDowell Wellness Center • 936-9355

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Dr. Lynne McMaine • 238-7161

Rainbow Cleaners • 236-4274

The Medicine Shoppe • 238-0002

Red Wing Shoe Co. • 236-3150

Melton’s Deli • 236-9874

Redwood Real Estate, LLC • 236-8173

Merle Norman Cosmetics by Norma • 239-8981

Regenesis Chiropractic, PLLC • 236-0202

United Structural Systems Ltd. Inc. • 548-2684

Reno’s Roadhouse • 936-1385

United Warehousing Co., LLC • 236-0773

Midway College, Danville Extension Campus • 239-2461

Ricashades Salon Inc. • 238-2100

USA Signs, LLC • 236-6811, (800) 866-4629

Rightmyer Insurance Agency Inc. • 236-4860

USBANK • 236-5418

Kathy Miles, MA, LMFT, CADC • 236-0853 Minuteman Press • 236-4655 Molly’s Flowers and Things Inc. • 236-4438, (800) 928-6213 Timothy R. Montgomery, CPA Inc. • 236-2442

UBS Financial Services Inc. • 335-8118 The Ultimate Way • 236-1910

Roberts Construction • (606) 679-0169 Robinson, Hughes and Christopher, PSC • 236-6628 Rotary International • 236-7027 RR Donnelley • 238-2401

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Morley’s Wheel Service • 236-4454

V Valerie’s Treasures • 236-5300 Vend Fresh Food Service • 236-6765, (800) 287-8363 Victorian Orchids Boutique • 734-3464 Villas at Ridgefield Farm • 236-1223

Morning Glory Manor & Cottage Bed & Breakfast • 236-1888

Salvation Army Thrift Store • 236-0457

VIP Auction Co. • 236-1852

Mr. Miser Food Mart • 332-7603

Scott Schutchfield, MD • 236-0641

Paul Mullins • 624-0219

SDK Apparel & Promotional Products • (888) 448-9424

Vocational Rehabilitation 239-7885, (800) 795-8481

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Sears • 236-3011

Nancy McMurry Interiors, LLC • 236-9174

Sharpe Construction Co. Inc. • 236-1479

W.T. Hill Community Theatre • 236-8607

Nash, Cleveland and Godfrey • 236-5062

Shelter Insurance • 238-2163

Wal-Mart • 236-9572

National City Bank • 238-1021

The Sherwin Williams Company • 236-7058

Walnut and Lace Inn • 236-3035, (866) 466-0421

National College • 236-6991

Shoney’s Restaurant • 236-6999

Ward Vision Center • 236-3121

Nesco Resource • 238-0058

Simply Silver by Alycea, LLC • 236-1707

WDFB 1170AM/88.1FM • 236-9333

New York Life Insurance Company, Paula J. Lanham • 238-7232, (800) 678-1596

Salli S. Slone, MD • 236-0916

Robert Webster, DMD, PSC • 236-1912

Smart Lube International Inc. • 236-3215

The Welding Shop • 236-5902

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network • 236-7468

Sodexho • 236-2744

WeldQuip Inc. • 239-9353, (800) 946-9356

NOTS – Norrenberns Truck Service • (618) 478-5354

Sourcing Solutions Inc. • 236-1531 Southern Charm Bed & Breakfast • 734-9340

Wilcher Interiors & Paint Center • 236-8788, 236-8767

The Nutrition Center & Massage • 936-2124

O O’Charley’s #413 • 936-8040 Off Broadway Private Home Units • 236-7474, (800) 865-3477 Off Centre Laundry & Tanning • 236-0999 Office Depot • 936-1610 Old Bridge Golf Club Inc. • 236-6051 Olde Towne Kitchens & Baths • 936-5580

P P&H Truck & Trailer Repair • 734-3373 Pack’s Nursery and Landscaping, LLC • 854-3901 Palmer Homes Remodeling & Additions, LLC • 239-9763

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Storage Rentals of America • (800) 457-5678

Panasonic Home Appliances Company of America • 238-3426

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The Speckled Egg Gallery • 236-0780 SPHERION of Central Kentucky • 236-7665 Spirit Chevrolet Buick Inc. • 734-7736, (800) 880-7736 Spirits Liquor n Party Store • 626-9580 Mary Robin Spoonamore, Photographer 236-9774 Star Home Management Inc. 332-7500, (866) 782-7100 State Farm Insurance, Bob Miller, Agent • 236-4201 State Farm Insurance, David Hopewell Insurance Agency Inc. • 734-5338, (800) 530-8469

Wilder’s Flower Basket & Magnolia Cottage Gift Shoppe Inc. • 332-9063 Wilderness Road Quilt Co. • 236-1175 Wilderness Trace Family YMCA • 236-0359, 734-9622 Wilderness Trace Services • 236-6359 Wilderness Trace Veterinary Clinic • 854-5055 Woody’s • 238-7747 Worley Perryville Furniture Mart • 332-2122 Wound Healing Center • 239-1460

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Lee Stephens • 236-0237

Yesterday’s Potions, LLC • 236-6663

Stifel Nicolaus • 236-1588

Yount Properties • 236-8889

Stith Funeral Home • 236-2113, (800) 750-7416

Your Handyman Jeff Cooper Inc. • 339-7824

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce

2008 Business Guide THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WAS PROVIDED BY THE DANVILLE-BOYLE COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. THE AREA CODE IS 859 AND THE STATE IS KENTUCKY, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

Accountants

Appliances/Hardware

Audio/Video and Home Theaters

Craig A. Butler, CPA • 936-0201, Fax: 936-0203 131 N. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 cbutlercpa@bellsouth.net

Ace Hardware & Appliances Billy Mills, Butch Taylor, George Cunningham 236-5774, Fax: 238-7990 975 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 27, Danville, 40422 a_hardware@bellsouth.net

Buffalo Springs Audio/Video Design Inc. David Faulkner, John B. Caywood (606) 365-4040, Fax: (606) 365-2020 505 Lancaster St., Stanford, 40484

Critchfield & Critchfield Bill & Jim Critchfield • 236-6810, Fax: 236-9677 336 W. Broadway, P.O. Box 906, Danville, 40423 Garstka & Gander, PSC Julian Gander • (606) 365-7855 Fax: (606) 365-9008 116 W. Main St., Stanford, 40484 Kerbaugh & Rodes Glyn Kerbaugh Jr. • 236-3924, Fax: 236-6435 132 S. Second St., P.O. Box 729, Danville, 40423 mailbox@kerbaughandrodes.com www.kerbaughandrodes.com

Audiology & Hearing Aid Sales & Services Sears Pam & Carl Day • 236-3011 804 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 Appraisals Appraisal Works Sean Cook • 324-0999, Fax: 236-7699 P.O. Box 681, Danville, 40423 seangcook@bellsouth.net

Timothy R. Montgomery, CPA Inc. 236-2442, Fax: 236-9463, 252-1780 209 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 montgomerytimoth@bellsouth.net

Bluegrass Appraisals & Research Inc. Kevin Caudill • 236-3283 (888) 269-8320, Fax: 236-3283 215 W. Main St. (rear), P.O. Box 282, Danville, 40423 blugrass@mis.net

Accounting Services

Art Galleries

H&R Block Lenora Ferrell • 236-3281 216A Brent Ave., Danville, 40422 Advertising

Community Arts Center Amy Wise • 236-4054, Fax: 236-7993 401 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 amywise@communityartscenter.net www.communityartscenter.net

The Idea Farm Inc. Ron Jackson • 236-3376, Fax: 236-3396 116 N. First St., P.O. Box 1457, Danville, 40423 ron@theideafarm.net • www.theideafarm.net

The Speckled Egg Gallery Wilma Brown • 236-0780 235 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 speckledegg@bellsouth.net

Advertising Specialties

Assisted Living Homes

SDK Apparel & Promotional Products Steve Amsler • (888) 448-9424, Fax: 792-9424 202 Royalty Dr., Lancaster, 40444 sdkenterprises@msn.com

Baptist Homes Inc. Assisted Living Stacy Evans • 236-1557, Fax: 236-1553 1004 Argyll Woods Dr., Danville, 40422 bhidanvi@bellsouth.net www.baptisthomesinc.com

Advertising/Graphic Design Got It! Graphics & Advertising Crystal Scott • 734-5177, Fax: 734-5436 495 Bud James Ln., P.O. Box 254 Harrodsburg, 40330 info@mytownseniors.com www.mytownseniors.com Preston-Osborne Phil Osborne • 231-7711, Fax: 254-1526 450 Old Vine St., Ste. 100, Lexington, 40507 www.preston-osborne.com Agri-Business Burkmann Feeds David Williams • 236-0400, Fax: 236-7307 1111 Perryville Rd., Danville, 40422 dwilliams@burkmann.com • www.burkmann.com Kentucky Seasons Inc. Amy Mathews • 583-2638, Fax: 236-4261 4575 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 cacklingknobsfarm@yahoo.com Antiques antiques in danville Steve Becker, Cliff Dunne 326-0527, Fax: 236-9553 4070 S. Danville Bypass, Danville, 40422 steve@toyboxcatering.com Apartment Complexes Cox Group Dennis Cox • 236-0345, Fax: 236-0345 P.O. Box 1353, Danville, 40423 dennis@coxgroup.com • www.coxgroup.com Long Run Community Apartments Diego Miron • 236-9530, Fax: 236-9807 301 Hill-n-Dale St., Danville, 40422 dmiron@longrunenterprises.net, lj_ranch@yahoo.com

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McDowell Place of Danville Susan Matherly • 239-4663 (877) 402-HOME, Fax: 239-6611 1181 Ben Ali Dr., Danville, 40422 www.mcdowell-place.org Attorneys Boyle County Attorney Richard H. Campbell Jr. • 238-1121, Fax: 238-9954 Courthouse, 321 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 Clay & Clay, Attorneys Richard Clay • 236-4867, Fax: 236-4882 319 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 clayclay@bellsouth.net www.lawyers.com/jclaylaw Helton, Erwin & Associates Eph Helton • 236-4520, Fax: 236-5650 P.O. Box 137, Danville, 40423 ewhelton@bellsouth.net

Caldwell & Cook Hearing Services Inc. Pat Cook • 236-3865 (888) 843-9558, Fax: 236-1690 3940 S. Danville Bypass Danville, 40422 www.caldwellandcook.com Automobile Dealers Bob Allen Motor Mall Bob Allen • 236-3217 (877) 773-3217, Fax: 236-8670 725 Maple Ave., Danville, 40422 info@boballenmotormall.com www.boballenmotormall.com Spirit Chevrolet Buick Inc. Ken Cusic • 734-7736 (800) 880-7736, Fax: 734-5158 P.O. Box 288, Harrodsburg, 40330 www.spirit-chevrolet.com Stuart Powell Ford/Mazda Patti Powell • 236-8917 225 S. Danville Bypass, P.O. Box 1335, Danville, 40423 www.stuartpowell.com Automotive Brookcove Car Care Center Edna Prall • 236-1224 1630 Shakertown Rd., Danville, 40422 ednaprall@hotmail.com Caldwell Body Shop Inc. Eddie Caldwell 238-7051, Fax: 236-3493 1215 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 caldwellbodyshop@bellsouth.net Cartunes Matthew Sapp • 238-1280 456 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 mattsapp@uky.edu Family Tire & Service Center Terry Magaldi • 236-7078, Fax: 236-4451 521 S. Third St., Danville, 40422 tmagaldi@sstire.com Kleckner’s Collision Center Inc. Earl Kleckner 236-7208, Fax: 236-7208 100 Thoroughbred Dr., Danville, 40422 earlk2@bellsouth.net Morley’s Wheel Service Joe Morley • 236-4454 234 E. Walnut St., Danville, 40422

Chris Herron, Attorney • 236-3777, Fax: 236-3744 409 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 chriskherron@bellsouth.net

Smart Lube International Inc. 236-3215 491 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422

Hudson & Hudson Josh Hudson • 236-2854, Fax: 236-2856 102 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 joshjhudson@bellsouth.net

Aviation

McClure & McClure, Attorneys George McClure • 236-4214, Fax: 236-6636 120 N. Third St., Ste. 202, P.O. Box 214, Danville, 40423 attygeorge@bellsouth.net

Danville Aviation Terry Bailey • 854-5994, Fax: 854-5995 420 Hwy. 1273, Danville, 40422 danvillellc@bellsouth.net Bakeries

Auction/Auctioneers

Burke’s Bakery & Delicatessen Joe & Patty Burke • 236-5661 121 W. Main St., Danville, 40422

VIP Auction Co. Johnny Durham • 236-1852, Fax: 236-5453 317 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 vipauction@bellsouth.net www.vipauctionky.com

Kentucky Seasons Inc. Amy Mathews • 583-2638 Fax: 236-4261 4575 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 cacklingknobsfarm@yahoo.com

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Banks/Financial Institutions Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank William H. Johnson 236-4181, Fax: 236-4363 340 W. Main St., P.O. Box 400 Danville, 40423 bjohnson@centralkyfsb.com www.centralkyfsb.com Chase Bank Jodi Arnold • 238-4700, Fax: 236-6084 237 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 jodi.arnold@chase.com www.chase.com Community Trust Bank David Maynard • 239-9200, Fax: 239-9275 462 W. Main St., P.O. Box 1458, Danville, 40423 www.ctbi.com Farmers National Bank Greg Caudill • 236-2926, Fax: 238-7432 304 W. Main St., P.O. Box 28 Danville, 40423 www.fnbky.com Fifth Third Bank Patti Chidester • 734-7796 236-9160, Fax: 734-3908 628 S. College St., Harrodsburg, 40330 patti.chidester@53.com www.53.com Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Linda Hamilton • 236-2153, Fax: 236-7675 1714 Perryville Rd., Danville 40422, P.O. Box 900, Radcliff, 40159 fkfcu@fkfcu.org • www.fortknoxfcu.org Kentucky Trust Company Alan Turbyfill • 239-9000, Fax: 239-9003 218 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 info@kentuckytrust.net • www.kentuckytrust.net LNB Bobby Powell • 238-2602, Fax: 238-2612 1035 Ben Ali Dr., P.O. Box 1315, Danville, 40423 bpowell@lnbky.com • www.lnbky.com National City Bank DeNae Boyd • 238-1021, Fax: 238-1037 P.O. Box 930, Danville, 40423 www.nationalcity.com

Toy Box Catering Steve & Mimi Becker • 236-2876 312 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 steve@toyboxcatering.com www.toyboxcatering.com

Bicycles

Cellular Phone Sales

Danville Bike and Footwear Ernst Crown-Weber • 238-7669, Fax: 238-7669 417 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 danbikef1@bellsouth.net www.danvillebikeandfootwear.com

AT&T Mobility Tyler Young • 236-9071, Fax: 236-9072 1714 Perryville Rd., Ste. 106, Danville, 40422 tyleryoung@att.com • www.wirelessatt.com

Blinds Wilcher Interiors & Paint Center Gerald Wilcher • 236-8788 236-8767, Fax: 236-8683 820 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 wilcherinteriors@bellsouth.net Bookkeeping Bookkeeping Solutions Marsha N. Camenisch • 589-0798 217 Jane Trail, Danville, 40422 marsha@bookkeepingsolutionsky.com www.bookkeepingsolutionsky.com Bookstores Danville Christian Bookstore & Music Center Dan & Jennifer McClelland 236-5973, Fax: 236-1017 200 Hightower Dr., Danville, 40422 danvillecb@bellsouth.net Bottled Water Sales Danville Bottled Water Distributors Inc. Don Embree • 238-4134 (800) 737-4134, Fax: 238-2150 660 David Ave., P.O. Box 755, Danville, 40423 danvilleH2O@kih.net Building Contractors Jeffrey Baird Associates Jeffrey Baird • 236-3048, Fax: 239-0031 471 W. Walnut St., P.O. Box 832, Danville, 40423 jeffbaird@bellsouth.net • www.jeffreybaird.com Building Materials

PBK Bank Mae Renner • 238-2265, Fax: 238-7622 1001 Hustonville Rd., P.O. Box 86, Danville, 40423 www.pbkbank.com

Boyle Block Company Mark Hutchens • 236-7142, Fax: 236-4227 P.O. Box 388, Danville, 40423 www.boyleblock.com

USBANK Dwayne Maddox • 236-5418, Fax: 236-5432 111 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 dwayne.maddox@usbank.com www.usbank.com

Builders Choice Inc. Dennis & Krista Spinks 236-9044, Fax: 236-9968 1500 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 builderschoice68@bellsouth.net

Bed & Breakfasts

Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse Hal King • 238-9925, Fax: 239-9114 51 May Blvd., Danville, 40422 www.lowes.com

Aspen Hall Manor Jill Romero • 734-5050 5589 Aspen Hall Dr., Harrodsburg, 40330 jill@aspenhallmanor.com www.aspenhallmanor.com The Chambers Bed & Breakfast Carolyn Hogwood • 236-1693 238 N. Third St., P.O. Box 2542, Danville, 40423 chambersbandb@bellsouth.net www.chambersbandb.com

Cabinets Olde Towne Kitchens & Baths Justin Southworth • 936-5580, Fax: 936-5581 402 W. Broadway, Ste. 1, Danville, 40422 jussouth@msn.com

Bluegrass BeachHouse Ltd. Carolyn Russell • 236-6642, Fax: 236-6643 127 N. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 carolyn@bluegrassbeachhouse.com www.bluegrassbeachhouse.com

The Golden Lion Bed and Breakfast Nancy Jones • 583-1895, (866) 453-5466 243 N. Third St., Danville, 40422 jonesgenealogist@aol.com www.thegoldenlionbb.com

Caterers

Lincliff Guesthouse Cliff Dunne • 236-0185 4435 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 lincliff@kywimax.com • www.lincliff.net Morning Glory Manor & Cottage Bed & Breakfast Lin Walter Bauer • 236-1888 244 E. Lexington Ave., Danville, 40422 morningglory@kih.net www.kentuckybb.com/morningglorym.html Southern Charm Bed & Breakfast Kay Taylor Pender • 734-9340 363 N. East St., Harrodsburg, 40330 southerncharmbb@bellsouth.net www.southerncharmbb.com

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Cellular One Kelly Baird • 936-9991, (800) CELLONE, Fax: 936-9902 212 Skywatch Dr., Danville, 40422 www.celloneusa.com Cellular One Holly Neal • 544-4859, Fax: 544-5847 124 S. Keeneland, Richmond, 40475 holly.neal@dobson.net • www.celloneusa.com Certified Public Accountants Robinson, Hughes and Christopher, PSC Walter Goggin, CPA 236-6628, Fax: 236-6660 459 W. Martin L. King Blvd. P.O. Box 880, Danville, 40423 www.rhccpas.com Chambers of Commerce Garrard County Chamber of Commerce Susan Ledford • 792-2282, Fax: 792-2282 656 Stanford Rd., Lancaster, 40444 www.garrardchamber.com Harrodsburg-Mercer County Chamber of Commerce Brenda Sexton • 734-2365 105 W. Poplar St., Harrodsburg, 40330 www.mercerchamber.com Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce Andrea Miller (606) 365-4118, Fax: (606) 365-4118 201 E. Main St., Stanford, 40484 director@lincolncountychamber.com www.lincolncountychamber.com Childcare Baby Bear Day Care B. Sherry Rodgers • 236-9422 808 E. Main St., Danville, 40422 A Children’s Place Irma Bennett • 236-7176, Fax: 238-7819 1541 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 ibennett@emrmc.org Children’s Specialty Clothing Coffey’s Kids, LLC Dee Coffey • 238-6800 324 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 deecoffey@bellsouth.net Kid’s Alley Doris Cessna • 236-5437, Fax: 236-5437 506 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 doris@claysisp.com • www.kidalley.net Chiropractic Health Care

Cafés

The Cottage Bed & Breakfast Chris Kubale • 236-9642, Fax: 236-0854 2826 Lexington Rd., Danville, 40422 thecottage@kycom.net www.kycom.net/~thecottage

Lakeview Point Bed & Breakfast Dorothy Dunn • 748-8359 166 Lakeview Point, Harrodsburg, 40330 lakeviewpt@adelphia.net www.thelakeviewpoint.com

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Walnut and Lace Inn Norma Schott • 236-3035, (866) 466-0421 540 E. Main St., Danville, 40422 walnutlaceinn@adelphia.net www.walnutandlaceinn.com

Aspen Hall Manor Jill Romero • 734-5050 5589 Aspen Hall Dr., Harrodsburg, 40330 jill@aspenhallmanor.com www.aspenhallmanor.com Atoka, LLC Tim Dievert • 236-4591, Fax: 236-2640 5066 Perryville Rd., Danville, 40422 tdievert@dievertsales.com www.dievertsales.com Fazoli’s Mark Crawford • 236-9265, Fax: 238-9751 1560 Hustonville Rd., #397, Danville, 40422 1657@fazolis.com • www.fazolis.com

Back to Basics Chiropractic, LLC Craig Arnold • 236-5562, Fax: 236-5564 1420 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 kycatblu@bellsouth.net Danville Family Chiropractic, PSC Callie Garrison, Dennis Short 239-0022, Fax: 239-0044 434 W. Walnut St., Danville, 40422 Health First Chiropractic Mike Marshall, Carol Webb 236-5129, Fax: 236-2867 3998 S. Danville Bypass, Danville, 40422 hfc2000@mis.net Regenesis Chiropractic, PLLC Dr. Kenneth Ray Price • 236-0202, Fax: 236-0102 105 Fox Chase Dr. 401 Adams St., Danville, 40422 drraydc@bellsouth.net Churches

Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken J. Paul Newton • 236-8777, Fax: 236-8777 610 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 panewt3@comcast.net

Centenary United Methodist Church Rev. Dr. Quentin Scholtz 236-4800, Fax: 236-4150 1441 Perryville Rd., Danville, 40422 centmeth@bellsouth.net www.danvillecentenary.org

Sodexho Roy Platt • 236-2744, Fax: 236-3663 600 W. Walnut St., Danville, 40422 sdaniels@centre.edu

The Presbyterian Church of Danville James Stewart • 236-6692, Fax: 236-6360 500 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 church@presbydan.org • www.presbydan.org

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Trinity Episcopal Church 236-3374 320 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 churchtrinity@bellsouth.net www.trinitydanville.org Civic Clubs Danville Lions Club Steve Becker • 236-5757, Fax: 236-9553 312 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 Kiwanis Club of Danville Steve Amsler, President (888) 448-9424 P.O. Box 746, Danville, 40423 Rotary International Kathy Simpson • 236-7027 121 Colonial Way, Danville, 40422 Clothing Lee Stephens Kelly Coffey • 236-0237, Fax: 236-5948 350 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 Coffee Houses The Hub Coffee House & Café Jim Davis • 936-0001, Fax: 366-0080 236 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 jimd@qx.net www.thehubcoffeehousencafe.com Community Based Work Transition Programs Community Based Work Transition Program Amy Isham 239-7017, Ext. 2302 Relay Service (800) 648-6057, Fax: 239-7556 South Second Street, P.O. Box 27 Danville, 40423 hlewis@ksd.k12.ky.us Community Welcome Community Greeting Service Brenda D. Mitchell • 236-2737 2025 Cardinal Dr., Danville, 40422 firstoncardinal@yahoo.com Computer Networking Genesis Microsystems Bradley D. Broughman • 324-1362 636 Shawnee Ave., Danville, 40422 bbroughman@hotmail.com Computers Ace Printing & Computers Chris Elsea • 236-7497, Fax: 236-5522 450 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 acecomputers@bellsouth.net Ignyte Software Inc. Rob Wells • 691-0926, Fax: 559-0125 1542 Lannock Dr., Danville, 40422 rob.wells@ignyte.com • www.ignyte.com Concrete Concrete Materials Company, LLC Larry Lannum • 623-4238, Fax: 623-4255 106 Industry Rd., Richmond, 40475 larry@concretematerialscompany.net www.concretematerialscompany.net Condos Villas at Ridgefield Farm Wendy Bogue • 236-1223, Fax: 236-1238 254 Saddle Ridge, Danville, 40422 wbogue@premiervillages.com www.premiervillages.com Consignment Exclusively Yours, LLC Carol Geralds • 936-5557 420 W. Walnut St., Danville, 40422 exclusivelyyours58@msn.com www.exclusivelyyours.biz

Byerly Design & Construction Co. Inc. Thomas C. Byerly • 236-6068, Fax: 236-9627 P.O. Box 1255, Danville, 40423 byerlydesign@searnet.com

Mary Kay Cosmetics – Connie Snider Connie Snider • 236-9237, (888) 702-0313 310 Brookside, Danville, 40422 www.marykay.com/csnider

Central Seal Company Rob Caldwell • 236-2367, Fax: 236-2373 521 Ensslin Dr., P.O. Box 490, Danville, 40423 rob@centralseal.com

Merle Norman Cosmetics by Norma Norma Daugherty • 239-8981 274 Jane Trail, P.O. Box 1515, Danville, 40423 makeup4u@bellsouth.net

Dream Mark Properties, LLC Chris Quinn • 238-0584, Fax: 236-0585 149 N. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 dreammark@bellsouth.net

Cosmetology – Nail Technology

Gary Lynn Construction Gary Lynn • (606) 346-5821 P.O. Box 30, Hustonville, 40437

Kathy Miles, MA, LMFT, CADC 236-0853, Fax: 236-0854 416 S. Fourth St., P.O. Box 5, Danville, 40423 kathy.miles@claysisp.com

Roberts Construction Angela Petercheff (606) 679-0169, Fax: (606) 679-1741 30 Roberts St., Somerset, 42501 www.reiconst.com

Credit Unions

Sharpe Construction Co. Inc. Joedy Sharpe • 236-1479 385 Spears Ln., P.O. Box 1442, Danville, 40423 sharpeco@mis.net • www.sharpeco.net Tim McCoy Construction Co. Inc. Tim McCoy • 236-4804, Fax: 236-4829 101 Thoroughbred Dr., Danville, 40422 Yount Properties Lee A. Yount • 236-8889, Fax: 236-6230 P.O. Box 1843, Danville, 40423 yountproperties@bellsouth.net www.yountproperties.com Construction Remodels – Additions Palmer Homes Remodeling & Additions, LLC Dennis Palmer • 239-9763, Fax: 238-0040 124 Palmer Ct., Danville, 40422 dogppalmer@msn.com www.web.mac.com/phraky Consultants Central Kentucky Forest Management Inc. Christopher J. Will • 238-2212, Fax: 238-2212 301 Stanford Ave., Danville, 40422 chris@growingforests.com www.growingforests.com Danville Nephrology Consultant Misty Humphrey • 236-9203, Fax: 236-6754 439 W. Walnut St., Ste. 201, Danville, 40422 danneph100@hotmail.com Liberty Mining Consultants Thomas McClain • 936-5588, Fax: 936-5599 P.O. Box 662, Danville, 40423 liberty@mis.net www.libertyminingconsultants.com TKT & Associates Inc. Sheila Kavanaugh (502) 499-9440 Fax: (502) 499-9404 2304 Hurstborne Village Dr., Ste. 800, Louisville, 40299 sheila@tktandassociates.com www.tktandassociates.com Convenience Stores Mr. Miser Food Mart Jason & Bryan Carrico • 332-7603 202 Second St., P.O. Box 217, Perryville, 40468 T&E Convenient Store Edna Prall • 236-1224 1630 Shakertown Rd., Danville, 40422 ednaprall@hotmail.com Convenience/Food Marts Champion’s Marathon Mike Rigsby 109 Quisenberry, Danville, 40422 rigsbyfree@earthlink.net

Construction

Convention/Conference Centers

The Allen Company Jim Morris • 236-2310, Fax: 236-2702 P.O. Box 1077, Danville, 40423 www.theallen.com

Cliffview Retreat and Conference Center David & Sharla Wells • 792-3333 (877) 792-3330, Fax: 792-1223 789 Bryants Camp Rd., Lancaster, 40444 cliffctr@cdlex.org • http://cliffview.cdlex.org

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Counselors

Hilpp Properties & Construction Paul Hilpp (270) 692-9492, Fax: (270) 692-4444 678 Metts Dr., Lebanon, 40033 hci@alltel.net • www.hilpp.com

Valerie’s Treasures Valerie Barnett • 236-5300 1308 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 vbarnett@kywimax.com

Branscum Construction Company Inc. Stephen P. Branscum (270) 866-5107, Fax: (270) 866-3028 90 Key Village Rd., P.O. Box 559, Russell Springs, 42642 sbranscum@branscumconstruction.com www.branscumconstruction.com

Durham Beauty School Inc. Charlene D. Benge • 236-6268 100 Fox Harbor, Danville, 40422 www.durhambeautyschool.com

Cosmetics & Skin Care Mary Kay Cosmetics Paula Knudsen • (606) 365-4102 4740 KY Hwy. 590, Lancaster, 40444 www.marykay.com/pknudsen

Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Linda Hamilton • 236-2153, Fax: 236-7675 1714 Perryville Rd., Danville, 40422 P.O. Box 900, Radcliff, 40159 fkfcu@fkfcu.org • www.fortknoxfcu.org Cruises Carlson Wagonlit/Thomas Travel Inc. Debbie Sebastian • 236-0000 (800) 633-8003, Fax: 236-0827 1322 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 thomastravel@thomastravelinc.com www.carlsontravel.com/thomastravel Cruise Planners William H. Rayens • 236-5010, Fax: 236-9001 380 Whirl-A-Way Dr., Danville, 40422 william@mycruiseteam.com www.mycruiseteam.com Custom Cabinetry Garrard Wookworking Plus Dennis E. Parsley • 236-9100 390 Whirlaway Dr., Danville, 40422 garrardwoodworking@windstream.net Dance Instruction Hazel’s Old School of Dance Jennifer Ledford • 733-0073 106 S. Main St., Harrodsburg, 40330 hazelsoldschoolofdance@hotmail.com Dental Manufacturers Anodia Systems Dr. Thad Overmyer • (866) 246-2548 Fax: (866) 926-8246 109 Larrimore Ln., Danville, 40422 tjovermyer@mintakleen.com www.mintakleen.com Dental Surgeons Drs. Beto and Bogardus, PLLC Sherry Peavler • 236-1130 (800) 609-7899, Fax: 239-9384 400 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 beto0050@bellsouth.net www.danvilleoms.com Dentists Dr. Stephen Buchanan Family Dental Care • 236-0905 105 Citation Dr., Ste. E, Danville, 40422 Danville Family Dentistry, PLLC Neal, Iqbal & Popplewell 236-2488, Fax: 236-1647 132 N. Second St., Danville, 40422 Dental Associates John Robertson • 236-9277 Fax: 236-9295 1000 E. Lexington Ave, Ste. 28 Danville, 40422 Gentle Dental Center, PLLC Bridgette E. Coulter, DMD • 236-6181 (800) 286-6181, Fax: 236-5435 416 W. Walnut St., Ste. C, Danville, 40422 bridgettecoulter@bellsouth.net Robert Webster, DMD, PSC 236-1912, Fax: 236-4589 359-B S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 Department Stores Dawahares Rhonda Totman • 236-3933, Fax: 236-1560 1560 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 danville@dawahares.com www.dawahares.com

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JC Penney Co. Inc. Debbi Dahlgren • 236-7709, Fax: 236-7709 1560 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 301, Danville, 40422 ddahl2@jcpenney.com • www.jcpenney.com Diesel Mechanics & Trailer Repair P&H Truck & Trailer Repair Mike & Tammy Hale, Brian & Tammy Pyle 734-3373, Fax: 734-7164 715 Cornishville Rd., Harrodsburg, 40330 Discount Stores Wal-Mart Sean Cain • 236-9572, Fax: 236-9178 100 Walton Ave., Danville, 40422 www.walmart.com Distribution United Warehousing Co., LLC Richard Kerbaugh • 236-0773, Fax: 238-7776 1800 Kate Ave., P.O. Box 65, Danville, 40423 rskerbaugh@unitedwarehousing.net www.unitedwarehousing.net Document Destruction and Storage DocuBit Jason Gaffney • 792-8311, Fax: 792-8194 P.O. Box 651, Lancaster, 40444 jason@docubit.com • www.docubit.com Drug & Alcohol Recovery Centers Isaiah House Christian Drug & Alcohol Recovery Center Mark LaPalme • (606) 346-9868 Fax: (606) 346-9769 2415 Mount Salem Rd., Kentucky Hwy. 518, Hustonville, 40437 mark@isaiah-house.org www.isaiah-house.org Dry Cleaners Brookcove Dry Cleaners Edna Prall • 236-1224 1630 Shakertown Rd., Danville, 40422 ednaprall@hotmail.com Rainbow Cleaners Jim Carrico • 236-4274, Fax: 236-5882 504 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 jimbo.rainbow@adelphia.net Economic Development Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership Jody A. Lassiter, JD 236-0636, Fax: 236-3197 304 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 dbcedp@bellsouth.net www.dbcedp.com Education Bate Middle School Mike Godbey • 238-1305, Fax: 238-1343 460 Stanford Rd., Danville, 40422 mgodbey@danville.k12.ky.us www.danville.k12.ky.us/bate Bluegrass Community & Technical College Gail Vaughn • 239-7030, Fax: 239-7710 59 Corporate Dr., Danville, 40422 gail.vaughn@kctcs.edu www.bluegrass.kctcs.edu Boyle County Extension Service Jerry Little • 236-4484, Fax: 236-8976 446 N. Danville Bypass, Danville, 40423 jlittle@uky.edu • www.cesboyle@uky.edu Boyle County 4-H Council Kim Ragland • 236-4484, Fax: 236-8976 446 N. Danville Bypass, Danville, 40423 kragland@uky.edu Boyle County Public Schools Steve Burkich • 236-6634, Fax: 236-8624 352 N. Danville Bypass, Danville, 40422 steve.burkich@boyle.kyschools.us www.boyle.kyschools.us Centre College John Roush • 238-5220, Fax: 238-5219 600 W. Walnut St., Danville, 40422 jroush@centre.edu • www.centre.edu Centre College Career Services Deborah Jones • 238-5286, Fax: 238-5757 600 W. Walnut St., Danville, 40422 deb.jones@centre.edu www.centre.edu/careers Danville Schools Robert Rowland • 238-1300, Fax: 238-1330 152 E. Martin Luther King Blvd. Danville, 40422 www.danville.k12.ky.us

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Danville/Boyle County/ KSD Community Education Sueticia Sutton • 239-8986, Fax: 239-8986 P.O. Box 655, Danville, 40423 commed@bellsouth.net Eastern KY University Cindy Peck • 236-6866, Fax: 236-0678 1560 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 241, Danville, 40422 Kentucky School for the Deaf 239-7017, Fax: 239-7007 303 S. Second St., Danville, 40422 www.ksd.kyschools.us Midway College, Danville Extension Campus Betty J. Webb • 239-2461, Fax: 239-6730 326 W. Walnut St., Ste. 100, Danville, 40422 danville@midway.edu • www.midway.edu National College Lee Bowling • 236-6991, Fax: 236-1063 115 E. Lexington Ave., Danville, 40422 www.national-college.edu Electrical Contractors Kuhn Electric Inc. Debbie Kuhn • 583-0059 991 Tuggle Rd., Danville, 40422 kuhnelec@bellsouth.net Triple O Electric Roger O’Hair • 238-7628, Fax: 236-2047 3430 Lancaster Rd., Danville, 40422 tripleoelectric@bellsouth.net

Festivals The Great American Brass Band Festival Elaine Hammonds • 319-8426, Fax: 236-9134 105 E. Walnut St., P.O. Box 429, Danville, 40423 ehammonds@bellsouth.net • www.gabbf.com Financial Loans Farm Credit Services of Mid-America Terry Waldridge (800) 880-1114, Fax: 236-0308 101 Citation Dr., P.O. Box 460, Danville, 40423 twaldri@e-farmcredit.com www.e-farmcredit.com Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Linda Hamilton • 236-2153, Fax: 236-7675 1714 Perryville Rd., Danville, 40422 P.O. Box 900, Radcliff, 40159 fkfcu@fkfcu.org • www.fortknoxfcu.org Financial Planning New York Life Insurance Company Paula J. Lanham • 238-7232, (800) 678-1596 120 E. Main St., P.O. Box 2150, Danville, 40423 pfox@ft.newyorklife.com • www.newyorklife.com Registered Representative for NYLIFE Securities, LLC (Member NASD/SIPC) Financial Planning/Services UBS Financial Services Inc. Mohua “Mou” Das • 335-8118, Fax: 335-8100 307 S. Ashland Ave., Lexington, 40502 mohua.das@ubs.com • www.ubs.com

Embroidery SDK Apparel & Promotional Products Steve Amsler • (888) 448-9424, Fax: 792-9424 202 Royalty Dr., Lancaster, 40444 sdkenterprises@msn.com

Financial Services American General Financial Services Walter Maybrier • 236-5956, Fax: 236-2178 975 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422

The 10th Planet, LLC Cliff Hellyer • 236-4488, Fax: 236-2355 204 George Martin Dr., Danville, 40422 www.go10thplanet.com

Lexington Investment Company David Rankin • 238-0102 127 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 www.lexinvest.com

Thoroughbred Threads, LLC Marty Sullivan • 236-0224, Fax: 236-0224 219 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 embthreads@bellsouth.net • www.tthreads.com

Lexington Investment Company Stan Kerrick • 224-7073, Fax: 224-7074 2365 Harrodsburg Rd., Ste. B375, Lexington, 40504 stan@lexinvest.com • www.lexinvest.com

Employee Benefits Aflac Gary Dowell • 879-9031, Fax: 201-1101 P.O. Box 1035, Versailles, 40383 gary-dowell@us.aflac.com • www.aflac.com Employment Services CBS Companies Kris Bryant • 236-5232, Fax: 236-5236 319 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 kris.bryant@cbscompanies.com www.cbscompanies.com Kelly Services M. Kelly Pulliam • 236-3432 (800) 659-2823, Fax: 236-5296 1714 Perryville Rd., Ste. 108, Danville, 40422 pullimk@kellyservices.com www.kellyservices.com Nesco Resource Lori Buchanan • 238-0058, Fax: 238-7708 975 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 3, Danville, 40422 lbuchanan@nescoresource.com www.nescoresource.com Employment Services/Drug Testing Guardian Support Services Inc. Bill Rayens • 236-6002, Fax: 236-9001 380 Whirlaway Dr., Danville, 40422 cs@guardiansupport.com www.guardiansupport.com Engineering FRA Engineering John L.Flint • 236-5888, Fax: 236-5008 359 S. Fourth St., Ste. E1, Danville, 40422 jflint@fraengineering.com www.fraengineering.com Entertainment Finley’s Fun Center 236-8808, Fax: 864-7764 3856 Hwy. 150 E. Bypass, Danville, 40422 www.finleysfuncenter.com Equipment Dealerships Homeland Equipment, LLC Tom Ross, Mark Nolan • 936-9661, Fax: 936-9662 198 Westridge Dr., Danville, 40422 sales2003@homelandequipment.com www.HomelandEquipment.com

Lexington Investment Company Roger “Erv” Yankey • 238-0102 127 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 www.lexinvest.com Stifel Nicolaus Mike Perros • 236-1588, Fax: 236-1945 301 W. Main St., P.O. Box 342, Danville, 40423 perrosm@stifel.com • www.stifel.com Fitness Curves Doreen Tinsley • 236-2597 1560 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 101, Danville, 40422 doreenscurves@yahoo.com • www.curves.com McDowell Wellness Center Robert Jameson • 936-9355, Fax: 238-0171 1107 Ben Ali Dr., Danville, 40422 www.mcdowellwellness.org Florists A Lasting Impression Florist Sandra Turner • 236-7118, Fax: 236-7118 220 S. Third St., Danville, 40422 www.kyflorist.com Bo-Kays and More, LLC Mima Tully • 236-7571, Fax: 236-7526 1075 E. Lexington Ave., Danville, 40422 bokays@msn.com www.bokaysandmore.com Candy Bouquet Eva Pollard • 236-5605 1265 Clifton Rd., Danville, 40422 candybouquet585@bellsouth.net www.candybouquetcountry.com Ellis Florist & Gifts Chad Ellis • 733-9971, Fax: 733-9973 1006 Danville Rd., Harrodsburg, 40330 Gilliland Flower Shop Rodman Bradshaw • (606) 365-3161 Fax: (606) 365-3162 503 E. Main St., Stanford, 40484 gillilandinc@bellsouth.net www.gillilandflowers.com Jr.’s General Store Tim Robbins, Kelly Miller 936-5522, Fax: 236-7108 219 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 jrs@kywimax.com www.juniorsgeneralstore.com

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Molly’s Flowers and Things Inc. Molly K. Jacobus • 236-4438 (800) 928-6213, Fax: 235-5203 465 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 www.mollysflowers.com

Maple Tree Gallery Julie & Ben Nelson • 236-0909 225 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 gifts@mymapletreegallery.com www.mymapletreegallery.com

Wilder’s Flower Basket & Magnolia Cottage Gift Shoppe Inc. Mary Ann Wilder • 332-9063 102 S. Bragg, P.O. Box 8, Perryville, 40468 maryannwilder@hotmail.com

Party Lite Misty Conatser • 936-9110 444 Chestnut, Danville, 40422 mistyconatser@hotmail.com www.partylite.biz/sites/mysticallighting/ home?reload_true

Food Producers Kentucky’s Smokin’ Grill Inc. David Kleckner 236-3609, Fax: 936-7336 170 Marie St., Danville, 40422 ksg@searnet.com www.kentuckysmokingrill.com Food Specialties Elmwood Inn Fine Teas Bruce & Shelley Richardson 332-2400, Fax: 332-7940 205 E. Fourth St., Perryville, 40468 tea@elmwoodinn.com www.elmwoodinn.com Foundation Repair/Waterproofing United Structural Systems Ltd. Inc. Brian Lockhart • 548-2684 723 Chenault Bridge Rd., Lancaster, 40444 info@ifixfoundations.com www.ifixfoundations.com Framing The Frame Cellar John Cocanougher • 236-7470 133 N. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 Maple Tree Gallery Julie & Ben Nelson • 236-0909 225 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 gifts@mymapletreegallery.com www.mymapletreegallery.com Fuels – Wholesale/Retail Bright’s Bottle Gas Co. John Bright • 748-5382, Fax: 748-5345 P.O. Box 321, Burgin, 40310 Pinkston Oil Company Allen Carrico • 236-6653 1120 Old Stanford Rd. P.O. Box 687, Danville, 40423 Funeral Homes Preston-Pruitt Funeral Home Curt Demrow • 236-4343, Fax: 236-4435 331 S. Fourth St., P.O. Box 370, Danville, 40423 curt.demrow@carriageservices.com www.preston-pruitt.com Stith Funeral Home Robert C. & Mary Hamlin • 236-2113 (800) 750-7416, Fax: 236-1462 318 W. Broadway, Danville, 40422 stithfuneralhome@hotmail.com www.stithfuneralhome.net Furniture B&E Furniture LLC John Begley • 236-6904, Fax: 236-1762 1204 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 www.bandefurn.com Worley Perryville Furniture Mart Mary Worley Morgan • 332-2122, Fax: 332-2401 222 Second & Bragg St., P.O. Box 72 Perryville, 40468 worleyfurniture@bellsouth.net Gift Shops Bluegrass Beach House Ltd. Carolyn Russell • 236-6642, Fax: 236-6643 127 N. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 carolyn@bluegrassbeachhouse.com www.bluegrassbeachhouse.com Goose Creek Inc. Jerry Houck • 239-0020 216 Skywatch Dr., Liberty, 42539 jerry@goosecreekco.com www.goosecreekco.com Jr.’s General Store Tim Robbins, Kelly Miller 936-5522, Fax: 236-7108 219 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 jrs@kywimax.com www.juniorsgeneralstore.com

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Glazing Contractors/Construction Kidd Glass Inc. Tim Kidd • 734-2095, Fax: 734-2097 2138 Danville Rd., Harrodsburg, 40330 tim@kiddglass.com • www.kiddglass.com

Hair Salons Jim Garner, Hair Stylist • 236-6578 314 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 Genesis Salon Dawn Hastings • 239-0040 106 Ponder Ct., Danville, 40422 genesishairsalon@bellsouth.net Impressions by BJ BJ Pemberton • 236-6819 100A Baughman Ave., Danville, 40422 impressbybj@bellsouth.net Joann’s Corner Cuts Joann Edwards • 236-7854 341 S. Fourth St., Ste. 102, Danville, 40422 bjhedwards@bellsouth.net Health Care – Blood Centers

Golf Danville Country Club Mark Cassady & Beverly Johnson 236-7197, Fax: 236-5148 1486 Lexington Rd., Danville, 40422 markcassady@adelphia.net Golf Courses & Subdivisions Old Bridge Golf Club Inc. Bruce A. Brown • 236-6051 One Old Bridge Rd., Danville, 40422 www.oldbridgeinc.com

Kentucky Blood Center Bruce Maples • 276-2534, Fax: 233-4166 3121 Beaumont Centre Cir., Lexington, 40513 Health Food Stores The Nutrition Center & Massage Timothy & Jennette Hollon 936-2124, Fax: 936-2126 802 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 nutc2@bellsouth.net Healthcare

Boyle County PVA Office Eddie Tamme • 238-1104, Fax: 238-1131 321 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 eddies.tamme@ky.gov • www.boylepva.com

Danville Centre For Health and Rehabilitation Debbie Gibson • 236-3972, Fax: 236-0703 642 N. Third St., Danville, 40422 debbie_gibson@kindredhealthcare.com www.danvillecentre.com

Commonwealth’s Attorney Richie Bottoms • 239-0015, Fax: 734-5003 119 S. Main St., Harrodsburg, 40330 clbjmb@yahoo.com

Danville Diagnostic Robin Winkler • 936-9974, Fax: 936-0973 124 Daniel Dr., Danville, 40422 danvillediagnostic@ckr.net • www.ckr.net

County Judge Executive Tony Wilder • 238-1100, Fax: 238-1108 321 Main St., Room 111, Boyle County Courthouse, Danville, 40422 bcjudgeex@bellsouth.net

Ephraim McDowell Health Clark Taylor • 239-2400, Fax: 239-6960 217 S. Third St., Danville, 40422 www.emhealth.org

Government

City of Danville City Manager • 238-1200, Fax: 238-1236 445 W. Main St., P.O. Box 670, Danville, 40423 citymanager@ci.danville.ky.us www.ci.danville.ky.us

Heritage Hospice Janelle Lane Wheeler • 236-2425 Fax: 236-6152 120 Enterprise Dr., P.O. Box 1213, Danville, 40423 hospice9@bellsouth.net

City of Junction City Mayor • 854-3900, Fax: 854-3900 794 W. Shelby St., P.O. Box 326, Junction City, 40440 policedepartment@bellsouth.net

Wound Healing Center Connie Edwards • 239-1460, Fax: 239-6905 217 S. Third St., Danville, 40422 www.emrmc.org

Vocational Rehabilitation Ruth Dyer • 239-7885 (800) 795-8481, Fax: 239-7254 3998 S. Danville Bypass, Ste. 103, Danville, 40422 gina.hughes@ky.gov • www.ovr.ky.gov

Custom Air Inc. James Cress • 236-5417 (800) 248-2498, Fax: 238-7782 202 Ford St., Danville, 40422

Graphic Design Custom Graphics and Services, LLC Bobbie Douglas • 326-0071, Fax: 238-7377 975 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 5, Danville, 40422 customgraphics1@yahoo.com Dixon Design John A. Dixon • 238-9498, Fax: 236-1059 324 W. Broadway, Danville, 40422 email@dixondesign.com • www.dixondesign.com Ignyte Software Inc. Rob Wells • 691-0926, Fax: 559-0125 1542 Lannock Dr., Danville, 40422 rob.wells@ignyte.com • www.ignyte.com Lanham Media Services Bob Lanham • (502) 695-4472 Fax: (502) 695-7685 8 Justice Ln., Frankfort, 40601 lanham@dcr.net Grocers Danville Save-a-Lot Garry Richards • 238-7677, Fax: (270) 465-8187 1085 E. Lexington Rd., Danville, 40422 garry.richards@savergroup.com Kroger Danny Smith • 236-3987, 936-7436 200 Skywatch Dr., Danville, 40422 Gymnastics K.C. Gymnastics Kathy & Mike Case • 236-7175 124 Letton Ave., Danville, 40422 mcase@mis.net

Heating/Cooling

Feistritzer Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. Eddie Feistritzer • 236-0850, Fax: 236-0851 105 Man O War, Danville, 40422 www.trane.com Historical Sites Constitution Square State Historic Site Brenda Willoughby • 239-7089, Fax: 239-7894 134 S. Second St., Danville, 40422 brenda.willoughby@ky.gov • www.parks.ky.gov McDowell House Museum Carol Senn • 236-2804, Fax: 236-2804 125 S. Second St., Danville, 40422 mcdhse@kih.net • www.mcdowellhouse.com Home Health Care/Sitters Caregivers by Linda, LLC Linda Dye, RN • 238-7611, (877) 556-2273 215 S. Fourth St., Ste. 1, Danville, 40422 carebylinda@bellsouth.net www.caregiversbylinda.com Caretenders of the Bluegrass Kris Milam, RN • 236-8956, Fax: 276-1783 116 E. Main St., Danville, 40422 kzabx3@yahoo.com • www.caretenders.com Caring Touch In-Home Services Renee Staed • 238-0089, Fax: 236-5024 117 Letton Dr., Danville, 40422 gstaedadvhomes@bellsouth.net Family Home Health Care Inc. Chandra Godbey • (606) 365-1252 (800) 946-0369, Fax: (606) 365-9946 102 Agricultural Way, P.O. Box 492, Stanford, 40484 cgodbey@familyhhc.com • www.familyhhc.com

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Home Improvement Your Handyman Jeff Cooper Inc. Jeff Cooper • 339-7824 227 Wilderness Rd., Danville, 40422 yourhandyman.jeffcooper@hotmail.com Home Inspections Home Inspection Services Inc. Jim Chandler, Ron Pike • 236-8028 118 Brookcove Dr., Danville, 40422 ronandlori@netscape.com Hospitals Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center 239-1000 217 S. Third St., Danville, 40422 www.emrmc.org Hotels Best Western Danville Inn Kristie Finley • 236-6825, Fax: 236-6825 210 Brenda Ave., Danville, 40422 Comfort Suites Gopalji B. Patel • 936-9300 Fax: 238-9987 864 Ben Ali Dr., Danville, 40422 gm.ky037@choicehotels.com www.choicehotels.com Hampton Inn Shai Marshall • 236-6200 Fax: 936-0271 100 Montgomery Way, Danville, 40422 dvkky_hampton@hilton.com www.hamptoninn.com/hi/danville-ky Individual Supporters Bob Browne • 936-1535 163 Old Bridge Rd., Danville, 40422 bourbon1@zeronet.net William M. Dishman Jr. • 236-3757 P.O. Box 850, Danville, 40423 W. Irvine Fox One Charleston Greene, Danville, 40422 Joe & Paula Gibson • 236-2463 3500 Harrodsburg Rd., Danville, 40422 joepaulagibson38@msn.com Curtis J. Hannah & Meredith Young-Hannah 583-4458, Fax: (606) 379-2013 P.O. Box 100, Waynesburg, 40489 cjhannah@marykay.com www.curtisjhannah.com LeeRoy Hardin • 854-6292 527 Kentucky Hwy. 1273, Danville, 40422 Anna Ingram 843 W. Lexington Ave., Danville, 40422 John M. Kalk • 936-3112 120 Ridge View Rd., Danville, 40422 Jerome Kennedy • 236-1564 162 Old Bridge, Danville, 40422 strobedata@adelphia.net Tim LeDonne • 238-9387 117 Ridge View Rd., Danville, 40422 timledonne@adelphia.net Paul Mullins • 624-0219 1489 Union City Rd., Richmond, 40475 Scott Scutchfield, MD • 236-0641 1591 Lexington Rd., Danville, 40422 mdscutch@bellsouth.net Industrial Development Boyle County Industrial Foundation Jody A. Lassiter, JD 236-0636, Fax: 236-3197 304 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 dbcedp@bellsouth.net • www.dbcedp.com Industries 3B Inc. Erik Verhoeff • 936-7725, Fax: 936-9584 120 Corporate Dr., Danville, 40422 www.3bspa.com

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Dana Corporation Vince Babich • 236-3960, Fax: 236-1464 500 Techwood Dr., Danville, 40422 www.dana.com Denyo Manufacturing Joey Harris • 236-3405, Fax: 236-3423 1450 Minor Rd., Danville, 40422 www.denyo.co.jp Hobart Corporation Jeff Hogue • 236-7023 58 Corporate Dr., Danville, 40422 Panasonic Home Appliances Company of America Zora Schultz • 238-3426, Fax: 238-3456 1355 Lebanon Rd., P.O. Box 7, Danville, 40423 Philips Lighting John Winkler • 236-3100, Fax: 238-9297 320 Vaksdahl Ave., Danville, 40422 Pioneer Vocational/Industrial Ron Zimmerman • 236-8413, Fax: 238-7115 150 Corporate Dr., P.O. Box 1396, Danville, 40423 pioneer@pioneerservices.org www.pioneerservices.org Pliant Corporation Pat Cusick • 236-6633, Fax: 936-3399 1330 Lebanon Rd., P.O. Box 1366, Danville, 40423 pat.cusick@pliantcorp.com www.pliantcorp.com Red Wing Shoe Co. John Gajdosik • 236-3150 1020 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 RR Donnelley Keith Lile • 238-2401, Fax: 238-2463 3201 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 keith.lile@rrd.com • www.rrd.com Information Technology Advanced Technologies Group Joseph Deaton, Jeff Leftwich 721-2800, Fax: 263-1153 2480 Fortune Dr., Lexington, 40509 info@atgky.com • www.atgky.com

Joseph Crawford Insurance Agency Joseph Crawford • 936-9970 (866) 936-9970, Fax: 936-9910 120 E. Main St., Danville, 40422 jcrawford3@allstate.com http://agent.allstate.com/jcrawford3/welcome The Martin Agency Inc. Roy, Angela & Jacob Martin 236-6782, Fax: 236-2259 430 W. Walnut St., Danville, 40422 insurance@themartinagency.net www.themartinagency.net New York Life Insurance Company Paula J. Lanham • 238-7232, (800) 678-1596 120 E. Main St., Ste. 4, Danville, 40422 pfox@ft.newyorklife.com Northwestern Mutual Financial Network Hugh Hines Jr., Hugh Hines III, Gordon Montgomery • 236-7468, Fax: 236-8283 121 E. Main St., P.O. Box 1336, Danville, 40423 hedgevillehg@yahoo.com • www.nmfn.com Rightmyer Insurance Agency Inc. Chris Rightmyer • 236-4860, Fax: 236-4906 129 N. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 crightmyer81@hotmail.com Shelter Insurance Keith Cooper • 238-2163, Fax: 238-2163 905 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 3, Danville, 40422 kcooper@shelterinsurance.com www.shelterinsurance.com/keithcooper State Farm Insurance, Bob Miller, Agent 236-4201, Fax: 238-7519 1000 E. Lexington Rd., P.O. Box 1929, Greenleaf Centre, Danville, 40423 bobmiller.b1o2@statefarm.com www.statefarm.com

Aflac Gary Dowell • 879-9031, Fax: 201-1101 P.O. Box 1035, Versailles, 40383 gary-dowell@us.aflac.com • www.aflac.com

State Farm Insurance, David Hopewell Insurance Agency Inc. David Hopewell • 734-5338 (800) 530-8469, Fax: 734-0645 559 S. College St., Harrodsburg, 40330 david.hopewell.b158@statefarm.com www.davidhopewell.com

AllState Insurance Company Stephen Crawford • 236-6677, Fax: 236-4763 1402 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 byrondc@bellsouth.net

Wilderness Trace Services Don Porter • 236-6359, Fax: 236-6359 1498 Lannock Dr., Danville, 40422 donporter2@bellsouth.net

BetterSource Benefit Company Inc. John Clay • (606) 678-0583 (877) 251-8741, Fax: (606) 451-8461 340 Clifty St., Ste. 4, Somerset, 42501 j.clay@bettersourcebenefits.com www.bettersourcebenefits.com

Interior Design

C.M. Space and Associates Insurance Agency Michael E. Samaan • 236-8000 1114 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 msamaan@alltel.net

Nancy McMurry Interiors, LLC Nancy W. McMurry • 236-9174, Fax: 236-2607 526 N. Maple Ave., Danville, 40422 mcmurry4@bellsouth.net

Insurance

Cooperative Care Chris Wood • 239-2443 (800) 843-2597, Fax: 239-6738 217 S. Third St., P.O. Box 184, Danville, 40423 chwood@emrmc.org • www.kynetworks.com Durham & Demaree Insurance Dave Demaree • 236-2770, Fax: 236-2775 135 N. Third St., P.O. Box 546, Danville, 40423 Farm Bureau Insurance Jim Stevens • 236-4081, Fax: 236-3001 446 N. Danville Bypass, P.O. Box 216, Danville, 40423 Farm Bureau Insurance Todd Tiller • 236-4081, Fax: 236-3001 446 N. Danville Bypass, P.O. Box 216, Danville, 40423 todd_tiller@kyfbins.com

ABSKY Corporation Steven Henry • 936-4606, Fax: 936-4632 190 Corporate Dr., Danville, 40422 sghenry@aircraftbraking.com

Gash-Fitzpatrick Insurance Ezra Gash, Jo Ann Fitzpatrick 236-5192 811 S. Fourth St. P.O. Box 366, Danville, 40423 gfitz@mis.net

Caterpillar Track Components Angela LaMere • 936-2220, Fax: 936-2303 200 Corporate Dr., Danville, 40422 LaMere_Angela@cat.com

Humana Bob Skaggs • 232-8533, Fax: 232-8557 300 W. Vine, 16th Floor, Lexington, 40507 bskaggs@cha-health.com

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Johnson-Pohlmann Inc. Scott A. Burks • 236-5922 (800) 578-5922, Fax: 236-2033 129 S. Fourth St., P.O. Box 1428, Danville, 40423 johnsplm@bellsouth.net www.johnsonpohlmann.com

Cottage Interiors Inc. Janet Hamner • 236-0990, Fax: 236-9394 475 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 cottageinteriors@bellsouth.net

International/Domestic Sourcing Companies Sourcing Solutions Inc. Danny Rigney • 236-1531, Fax: 236-1532 100 Factory Ln., Danville, 40422 sourcing@mis.net Interpreters – Deaf & Spanish Speaking Central Kentucky Interpreter Referral Inc. Jennifer Paycheck • 236-9888, Fax: 936-8705 201 W. Broadway, P.O. Box 104, Danville, 40423 www.kyinterpreters.com Investigations & Security Larry Nunes Investigations & Security Services Larry Nunes • 332-2657 448 Poor House Rd., Gravel Switch, 40328 larrynpi@bellsouth.net • www.lnunespi.com Investments Chase Bank Jodi Arnold • 238-4700, Fax: 236-6084 237 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 jodi.arnold@chase.com • www.chase.com Edward Jones Investments Joe Bunch • 238-7420, Fax: 238-7421 439 W. Walnut, P.O. Box 319, Danville, 40423

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Limousine Services

Marketing Consultants

Premier Limousine Mike Curtis • 326-LIMO (5466) P.O. Box 626, Junction City, 40440 www.premierlimousineonline.com

The Idea Farm Inc. Ron Jackson 236-3376, Fax: 236-3396 116 N. First St., P.O. Box 1457, Danville, 40423 ron@theideafarm.net • www.theideafarm.net

Liquor/Party Supplies Spirits Liquor n Party Store Angela Petercheff • 626-9580 101 Lancer Dr., Nicholasville, 40356 Log & Timber Frame Homes Ellison Ridge Log & Timber Frame Homes Steve & Elaine Hall (800) 459-5072, Fax: 332-8534 180 Milly Lance, P.O. Box 365, Eubank, 42567 ellisonridge@earthlink.net www.ellisonloghomes.com

Martial Arts Kentucky School of Okinawan Martial Arts, LLC Robert Brown • 748-5136 400 Norman’s Camp Rd., Harrodsburg, 40330 Danville Parks & Recreational Center Massage Therapy Absolute Massage Therapy Kristine Harless • 326-1641 101 Ponder Ct., P.O. Box 267, Danville, 40423 kharlesslmt@hotmail.com

Manufacturing Federal Signal Corporation Ron Featherly, Jane High 236-4572, Fax: 236-4713 470 Stanford Ave., Danville, 40422 rfeatherly@fedsig.com • www.fedsig.com

Media Advocate Messenger Scott C. Schurz Jr. • 236-2551, Fax: 236-9566 330 S. Fourth St., P.O. Box 149, Danville, 40423 www.amnews.com

UBS Financial Services Inc. Mohua “Mou” Das 335-8118, Fax: 335-8100 307 S. Ashland Ave., Lexington, 40502 mohua.das@ubs.com • www.ubs.com Janitorial Supplies & Equipment Industrial Park Distributors Mark Bauder • 236-0068, Fax: 236-5881 1236 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 Jewelers Chinn Jewelers Kevel Chinn • 236-6612 117 N. Third St., Danville, 40422 Jewelry Simply Silver by Alycea, LLC Alycea Pittman 236-1707, Fax: 236-1707 6252 Perryville Rd., Danville, 40422 info@simplysilverjewelry.net www.simplysilverjewelry.net Ladies Clothing The Derby Shoppe & Raggs Martha & John Caywood • (877) 236-1211 236-1211, 236-7630, Fax: 236-8292 124 & 126 N. Third St., Danville, 40422 Victorian Orchids Boutique Margaret B. Anness • 734-3464 116 S. Main St., Harrodsburg, 40330 Landscaping H20 Designs Inc. Rachel Duggins • 548-9893 47 George Wilson Dr., Lancaster, 40444 rduggins@h20designsinc.com www.h20designsinc.com McAfee Mowing and Landscaping Inc. Michael McAfee 236-6969, Fax: 238-1097 114 N. Second St., Danville, 40422 mmcafee@bellsouth.ne www.teamtwfmasters.com Pack’s Nursery and Landscaping LLC Chris Davis • 854-3901 Old Hustonville Road, P.O. Box 840, Junction City, 40440 Laundromats & Tanning Salons Off Centre Laundry & Tanning Patty Ward • 236-0999 818 Perryville St., Danville, 40422 Lawn Care, Tree Service, Jet Washing Growing Pains Lawn Service Ed Osborn • 332-4231, Fax: 516-3589 2635 Battlefield Rd., Perryville, 40468 Libraries Boyle County Public Library Karl Benson • 236-8466, Fax: 236-7692 307 W. Broadway, Danville, 40422 www.boylepublib.org

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Harrodsburg Herald Chris Freeman • 734-2726, Fax: 734-0737 P.O. Box 68, Harrodsburg, 40330 chrisf@harrodsburgherald.com www.harrodsburgherald.com Time Warner Carla Deaton • 626-4840, Fax: 624-0060 1617 Foxhaven Dr., Richmond, 40475 carla.deaton@twcable.com www.timewarnercable.com WDFB 1170AM/88.1FM Don & Mildred Drake • 236-9333, Fax: 236-3348 3596 Alum Springs Rd., P.O. Box 106, Danville, 40423 wdfb@searnet.com • www.wdfb.com Medical Be Medispa – Danville Chasity Hester, Laura Cox • 236-1700 412 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 guestservices@bemedispa.com www.bemedispa.com Medical Symposium Symbiotix Inc. Jo Ann Rice • 236-7942, Fax: 236-6008 213 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 jrice@symbiotixonline.com Meeting Space Southern Charm Bed & Breakfast Kay Taylor Pender • 734-9340 363 N. East St., Harrodsburg, 40330 southerncharmbb@bellsouth.net www.southerncharmbb.com Mortgage Companies Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Linda Hamilton • 236-2153, Fax: 236-7675 1714 Perryville Rd., Danville, 40422 P.O. Box 900, Radcliff, 40159 fkfcu@fkfcu.org • www.fortknoxfcu.org Kentucky Fidelity Mortgage Jeffrey W. Scott • 239-9338, Fax: 733-9330 215 W. Office, P.O. Box 630, Harrodsburg, 40330 kyfidelityjeff@bellsouth.net www.kentuckyfidelity.com Motels Comfort Suites Gopalji B. Patel • 936-9300, Fax: 238-9987 864 Ben Ali Dr., Danville, 40422 gm.ky037@choicehotels.com www.choicehotels.com Country Hearth Inn Wendell Spigle • 236-8601 (888) 443-2784, Fax: 236-0314 1641 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 www.countryhearthinn.com Hampton Inn Shai Marshall • 236-6200, Fax: 936-0271 100 Montgomery Way, Danville, 40422 dvkky_hampton@hilton.com www.hamptoninn.com/hi/danville-ky Holiday Inn Express Debbie McDonald 236-8600, Fax: 236-4299 96 Daniel Dr., Danville, 40422 danvillekyhix@supertelinc.com www.hiexpress.com/danvilleky Super 8 Motel Vilas Patel • 236-8881, Fax: 236-8881 3663 S. Danville Bypass, Danville, 40422 deevilas@yahoo.com • www.super8.com Museums The Great American Dollhouse Museum Lori Kagan-Moore • 583-8000 861 Shadeland Dr., Danville, 40422 lori@thedollhousemuseum.com www.thedollhousemuseum.com JFC Museum Kay McClure • 236-7057 626 Shawnee, 1069 Old Stanford Rd. Danville, 40422 Nonprofit Organizations Adoption Assistance Inc. Julie Erwin • 236-2761, Fax: 936-9945 510 Maple Ave., Danville, 40422 adoption@adoptionassistance.com www.adoptionassistance.com The Arts Commission of Danville/Boyle County Ann M. Nichols • 238-0063 445 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 email@arts-dbc.org

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Better Business Bureau of Central and Eastern Kentucky Inc. Neil Kingery (800) 866-6668, Fax: 259-1639 1460 Newtown Pike, Lexington, 40511 www.ky.bbb.org Big Brothers/Big Sisters Trina McFarland • 236-2999, Fax: 238-1338 554 S. Second St., Danville, 40422 tmcfarland@bbbs-bluegrass.org www.bbbs-bluegrass.org Bluegrass Area Development District Erica Lupson • 239-7411, Fax: 239-7541 121 E. Broadway, Danville, 40422 erica.lupson@ky.gov • www.bgadd.org Camp Horsin’ Around Dr. Richard A. Tatum • 381-9998 900 Contract St., Ste. 100, Lexington, 40522 camphorsinaround@windstream.net CASA at Woodlawn Jamie Etherton • 936-3510, Fax: 236-7044 1151 Perryville Rd., Danville, 40422 casa@ccc1884.org www.casaatwoodlawn.org Central Kentucky Chapter of the American Red Cross Ruth Ann Phillips • 236-6538, Fax: 236-7978 P.O. Box 66, Danville, 40423 Danville Boyle County Senior Citizens Jackie Sims • 236-2070, Fax: 238-7111 569 Jean Dr., Danville, 40422 dirsims@bellsouth.net Danville-Boyle County Humane Society Sallie Bright • 238-1117, Fax: 936-1571 778 N. Danville Bypass, P.O. Box 487 Danville, 40423 dbchs@bellsouth.net • www.home4pets.org Heart of Danville Main Street Program Julie Wagner • 236-1909, Fax: 236-1950 304 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 heartdan@bellsouth.net www.downtowndanville.com Heart of KY United Way Libby Suttles • 238-6986, Fax: 238-6988 118 N. Third St., P.O. Box 748, Danville, 40423 hkuw@bellsouth.net • www.hkuw.org Pregnancy Resource Center of Central Kentucky Vicki Ferrell • 236-9282 (866) 850-4250, Fax: 236-3097 475 W. Main St., Ste. 106, Danville, 40422 pregnancyresourc@bellsouth.net www.prcky.com Sunrise Children’s Services – Woodlawn Center Lee Martin • 236-5507, Fax: 236-7044 1151 Perryville Rd., Danville, 40422 lmartin@sunrise.org www.sunrise.org Wilderness Trace Family YMCA Cari Perkins • 236-0359 734-9622, Fax: 733-9610 130 N. College St., P.O. Box 326, Harrodsburg, 40330 harrodsburgymca@bellsouth.net

Paint Retailers/Wholesalers The Sherwin Williams Company Brian Osterman 236-7058, Fax: 236-9035 111 N. Fourth St., Danville, 40484 sw1039@sherwin-williams.com www.sherwin-williams.com Paint/Wallpaper Wilcher Interiors & Paint Center Gerald Wilcher • 236-8788 236-8767, Fax: 236-8683 820 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 wilcherinteriors@bellsouth.net Pampered Chef The Pampered Chef Jennifer Newby • 936-1272 409 Valleybrook Dr., Danville, 40422 gilbertj2000@aol.com Paper Products American Greetings Corporation Mike Neal • 236-7200, Ext. 5352, Fax: 236-2268 2601 Lebanon Rd., P.O. Box 209, Danville, 40423 mike.neal@amgreetings.com www.americangreetings.com Pawn Shops Cook’s Collectables Wilmer & Patsy Cook • 236-0036 290 Hughes Ln., 1129 Lebanon Rd. Danville, 40422 cookscollectibles@bellsouth.net Pet Grooming Heartland Veterinary Hospital – Suds & Scissors Pet Grooming Dr. Chuck Keiser • 238-7500 1324 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 heartlandpetvet@bellsouth.net www.heartlandveterinary.com Pharmacies/Home Health Care Good Neighbor Pharmacy Raymond Float • 936-1222, Fax: 936-2003 60 Cassady Ave., #3, Danville, 40422 PharmR@bellsouth.net • www.mygnp.com Hall Pharmacy, PLC Michael E. Hall • 236-1442, Fax: 236-9806 131 S. Second St., Danville, 40422 The Medicine Shoppe Elizabeth Coyle • 238-0002 900 Hustonville Rd., P.O. Box 191, Danville, 40423 www.medicineshoppe.com Photography Aperture Studios Terry Alan Hadley • 481-3225 128 Wilderness Rd., Danville, 40422 terhadl7@aol.com • www.aperturestudios.com

Nurseries

M Gallery Photography Mark Hicks • 733-9363, Fax: 613-2661 912 Oatfield Rd., Harrodsburg, 40330 info@mgalleryphotography.com www.mgalleryphotography.com

Pack’s Nursery and Landscaping, LLC Chris Davis • 854-3901 Old Hustonville Road, P.O. Box 840, Junction City, 40440

Mary Robin Spoonamore, Photographer 236-9774 130 S. Fourth, Danville, 40422

Office Supplies & Equipment

Photography/Visual Arts

Danville Office Equipment Inc. Scott Bottoms • 236-6618, Fax: 236-0304 233 W. Main St., P.O. Box 1316, Danville, 40423 sbottoms@doe.bz • www.doe.bz

Kirk Schlea Photography/Schlea Visual Arts Kirk Schlea • 332-7562, Fax: 332-7562 21 Wards Branch Rd., Gravel Switch, 40328 kirk@schleavisualarts.com www.schleavisualarts.com

Office Depot Keith Peterson • 936-1610, Fax: 936-1608 60 Cassady Ave., Danville, 40422 www.officedepot.com

Physical Therapy

Optical Services

Danville Physical Therapy, PLLC Glenn Decker • 238-7650, Fax: 238-4160 474 Whirlaway Dr., Danville, 40422

Danville Eye Center Kimberly Z. & Michael K. Smith, OD 236-8644, Fax: 236-0523 1560 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 www.danvilleyecenter.com

Phoenix Physical Therapy, PLLC Erik Drake, M. John Schelling 236-4686, Fax: 236-4624 122 Daniel Dr., Danville, 40422 phoenixphysther@aol.com

Barry Kowalik, OD, PSC 236-8093, Fax: 236-8893 100 Walton Ave., Danville, 40422

Physicians & Surgeons

Ward Vision Center Dr. Mark Ward • 236-3121, Fax: 236-0225 359 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 mcward@roadrunner.com

Bluegrass Clinic Naren James, MD (606) 365-8338, Fax: (606) 365-8142 P.O. Box 388, Stanford, 40484 njames@pol.net • www.bluegrassclinic.com

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Central Kentucky Plastic Surgery Christopher Marek • 936-8200, Fax: 936-8219 101 Daniel Dr., Danville, 40422 drmarek@gmail.com www.centralkentuckyplasticsurgery.com Central Kentucky Surgeons, PSC John Lacy, MD, Paul P. Deluca, MD 236-2222, Fax: 236-2227 P.O. Box 129, Danville, 40423 surgeons@mis.net Commonwealth Cancer Dr. Thomas Baeker 236-2203, Fax: 236-9446 216 Southtown Dr., Danville, 40422 cancercareky@aol.com Commonwealth Urology Drs. Montgomery, Nallinger, Serey and Rankin 236-9670, Fax: 236-7656 222 S. Third St., Danville, 40422 Danville Cardiovascular Consultants Drs. John Aumiller & Aslam Ahmad 236-6551, Fax: 236-6620 1250 Ben Ali Dr., P.O. Box 88, Danville, 40423 Danville Interventional Pain Treatment, PLLC Khursheed A. Siddiqui, MD 236-0606, Fax: 236-0066 300 W. Broadway, Danville, 40422 diptc@adelphia.net

Private Country Club

Public Relations

Danville Country Club Mark Cassady & Beverly Johnson 236-7197, Fax: 236-5148 1486 Lexington Rd., Danville, 40422 markcassady@adelphia.net

The Idea Farm Inc. Ron Jackson • 236-3376, Fax: 236-3396 116 N. First St., P.O. Box 1457, Danville, 40423 ron@theideafarm.net • www.theideafarm.net

Professional Baseball Lexington Legends Professsional Baseball Club Justin Ball • 422-7853, Fax: 252-0747 207 Legends Ln., Lexington, 40505 www.lexingtonlegends.com Promotional Items The 10th Planet, LLC Cliff Hellyer • 236-4488, Fax: 236-2355 204 George Martin Dr., Danville, 40422 www.go10thplanet.com

Publishing Journal Communications Inc. Ray Langen • (800) 333-8842 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 400, Franklin, TN 37067 Purses, Jewelry & Accessories A&L Accessories Ann Clay A. Harris • 236-7411, Fax: 238-0837 540 Goggin Ln., Danville, 40422 joey@denyo.us Real Estate

Property Management Redwood Real Estate, LLC 236-8173, Fax: 236-4776 141 N. Third St., Danville, 40422 www.redwoodcompanies.com

Affinity Realty Denise Palmer • 583-4986, Fax: 238-0040 124 Palmer Ct., Danville, 40422 dpalmer.ky@gmail.com www.dpalmerky.com

Danville Orthopedic Surgeons Shelby White, Jay Lukins, Jeremy Tarter 236-8730, (800) 221-8674, Fax: 236-4468 333 S. Third St., Ste. B, Danville, 40422 Danville Pediatrics, PSC Larry Scott • 236-1080, Fax: 236-1862 303 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 Danville Surgical Associates Barry Spoonamore, MD, David O. Montgomery, MD 236-0712, Fax: 236-7858 210 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 Enlow and Shahzad Associates in Medicine, PSC Dr. Mohammad Shahzad, Dr. Craig Enlow 236-4216, Fax: 238-9760 105 Ponder Ct., Ste. 104, Danville, 40422 Eye Associates of Danville, PSC/ Eye Associates Optical Barton L. Ramsey, III, MD 236-6055, Fax: 236-6117 440 W. Martin L. King Blvd., Danville, 40422 Family Medicine Clinic of Danville Richard J. Hempel, MD • 236-1250, Fax: 236-9776 640 E. Lexington St., Danville, 40422 rhempel@bellsouth.net Gill Heart Institute – Danville Justin Campbell • 236-4442, Fax: 236-4446 504 Tenikat St., Danville, 40422 Forrest Kuhn, MD • 236-1080, (502) 896-2131 Fax: (502) 896-0345 1005 Dupont Sq. N., Louisville, 40207 Salli S. Slone, MD • 236-0916, Fax: 236-0917 111 Daniel Dr., P.O. Box 6, Danville, 40423 Piano Restoration & Service Phillip D. Hickey Piano Technicians Phillip D. Hickey • 238-0580 P.O. Box 1802, Danville, 40423 phillip@ipro.net • www.phillipdhickey.com Plumbing Central Kentucky Plumbing Richie Lyons • 236-0781, Fax: same 632 David Ave., Danville, 40422 rtlyons10@mis.net Printing Ace Printing & Computers Chris Elsea • 236-7497, Fax: 236-5522 450 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 acecomputers@bellsouth.net Harrodsburg Herald Chris Freeman • 734-2726, Fax: 734-0737 P.O. Box 68, Harrodsburg, 40330 chrisf@harrodsburgherald.com www.harrodsburgherald.com Minuteman Press Greg Thomas Steve Martin 236-4655, Fax: 236-5061 410 W. Walnut St., Danville, 40422 mmpdanville@bellsouth.net www.danville.minutemanpress.com

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Bill Miracle & Associates Bill Miracle (606) 365-7008, Fax: (606) 365-7012 119 W. Main St., Stanford, 40484 bill_associates@bellsouth.net www.billmiracle.org

Star Home Management Inc. C. Bradley Simmons • 332-7500 (866) 782-7100, Fax: 332-4433 P.O. Box 97, Perryville, 40468 brads@StarHomeManagement.com www.StarHomeManagement.com

Central Kentucky Assoc. of Realtors Sissy Fowler • 236-3497, Fax: 236-3497 209 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 ckar@bellsouth.net • www.ckar.net

Villas at Ridgefield Farm Wendy Bogue • 236-1223, Fax: 236-1238 254 Saddle Ridge, Danville, 40422 wbogue@premiervillages.com www.premiervillages.com

Century 21 Wilson Realty & Auction Matt Grimes • 583-2153 443 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 kymatt1@aol.com Century 21 Wilson Realty & Auction Company Betsy Wilson 236-0021, Fax: 236-0025 443 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 wil21@mis.net www.danvillekentuckyrealty.com Coldwell Banker VIP Realty Amanda England 236-5450, Fax: 236-5453 317 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 realtor.amanda@gmail.com Coldwell Banker VIP Realty Mary Jo Joseph • 236-5450 583-5964, Fax: 236-5453 317 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 maryjjoseph@msn.com Coldwell Banker VIP Realty Nina Kirkland 236-5450, Fax: 236-5453 317 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 cbvip@bellsouth.net www.viprealtyinc.com Coldwell Banker VIP Realty Linda Sparrow • 236-5450, Fax: 236-5453 317 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 lsparrow@coldwellbanker.com Dexter Real Estate/Insurance Mark Dexter • 236-6686 (800) 865-3577, Fax: 236-1979 461 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 mark@dexteragency.com www.dexteragency.com ERA Team Realtors Sandy Statom • 236-3064 (800) 242-3816, Fax: 236-0210 425 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 erateam@bellsouth.net www.erateamrealtorsandauction.com Express Title Services Charles Turner • 936-0902, Fax: 236-5141 460 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 expresstitleservices@insightbb.com Kentucky Homes & Land Realty Inc. Shirley Culton • 936-0005, Fax: 936-0006 1079 E. Lexington Ave., P.O. Box 186, Danville, 40423 shirlculton@yahoo.com www.danvillekyhomes.com McAnly Realty Bill McAnly 236-6363, Fax: 236-0519 1000 Lexington Rd., Ste. 2, Danville, 40422 mcanly@bellsouth.net Partners Realty Inc. Charlie Brown (606) 510-5184, Fax: 936-9839 326 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 lcbrown@windstream.net www.lcbrown.com Prudential Guerrant Real Estate Melissa Bibb • 236-6680, Fax: 236-6660 448 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 melissa@prugre.com • www.prugre.com Prudential Guerrant Real Estate Beth Dunn • 236-6680, Fax: 236-6606 448 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 Prudential Guerrant Real Estate Daniel W. Campbell 236-6680, Fax: 236-6606 448 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 dan@prugre.com • www.prugre.com Prudential Guerrant Real Estate Benjamin W. Guerrant 236-6680, Fax: 236-6606 448 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 ben@prugre.com • www.prugre.com Prudential Guerrant Real Estate Evelyn G. Page • 236-6680 448 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 evelyn@pru.gre.com • www.prugre.com

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Yount Properties Lee A. Yount • 236-8889, Fax: 236-6230 P.O. Box 1843, Danville, 40423 yountproperties@bellsouth.net www.yountproperties.com Reception/Banquet Facilities The Great American Dollhouse Museum Lori Kagan-Moore • 583-8000 861 Shadeland Dr., Danville, 40422 lori@thedollhousemuseum.com www.thedollhousemuseum.com Recreation Danville Bowlarama Terri Cooley • 236-6452 1050 E. Lexington Rd., Danville, 40422 tbowl57@hotmail.com Rental Property Off Broadway Private Home Units Ella Mae Dexter • 236-7474 (800) 865-3477, Fax: 236-9686 461 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 ellamae@dexteragency.com www.dexteragency.com Rentals Burgin Boat & Mini Storage Don Carney • 748-5884 832 Paradise Rd., Harrodsburg, 40330 dcarney@searnet.com Job Master Rental Inc. Pete & Lisa Bottom • 734-2368 1024 Danville Rd., Harrodsburg, 40330 jobmasterrental@bellsouth.net WeldQuip Inc. Alan Wilson, Robbie Wilson 239-9353, (800) 946-9356, Fax: 236-8429 531 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 weldquip@bellsouth.net www.weldquip.net Restaurants Aspen Hall Manor Jill Romero • 734-5050 5589 Aspen Hall Dr., Harrodsburg, 40330 jill@aspenhallmanor.com www.aspenhallmanor.com

Little Caesar’s Pizza Tom & Mary Ann Hollon • 236-1122 475 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 Melton’s Deli Gina & Ronnie Melton • 236-9874 247 E. Main, Danville, 40422 O’Charley’s #413 Reed Dievert 936-8040, Fax: 936-8048 1560 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 420, Danville, 40422 www.ocharleys.com Papa John’s Pizza Vaughn Frey • 236-9999 464 1/2 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 www.papajohns.com Pizza Management, LLC AKA Pizza Hut Pam Wilson 236-8678, Fax: 236-7658 1565 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 virgie.johnson@adelphia.net www.kypizzahuts.com Reno’s Roadhouse Lona Spigle • 936-1385 1641 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 renosdanv@msn.com www.renosroadhouse.com Shoney’s Restaurant John Hukle • 236-6999 3678 S. Danville By-Pass, Danville, 40422 Subway Bobbie Murphy • 236-7964 125 1/2 N. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 Subway Bobbie Murphy • 236-7940 500 Finn Hill, Danville, 40422 Subway Bobbie Murphy • 792-8200 One Public Sq., Lancaster, 40444 Woody’s • 238-7747 3596 S. Danville Bypass, Danville, 40422 Retail Hometown Tire of Danville Inc. Dennis McWilliams 236-8810, Fax: 236-8859 105 Thoroughbred Dr., Danville, 40422 dennis@hometowntire.com www.hometowntire.com Retirement Communities Villas at Ridgefield Farm Wendy Bogue • 236-1223, Fax: 236-1238 254 Saddle Ridge, Danville, 40422 wbogue@premiervillages.com www.premiervillages.com Salons

Baskin-Robbins Bennie Thompson • 236-4175 464 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 georgebennie@roadrunner.com

Ricashades Salon Inc. Brian Coleman • 238-2100 2900 US 150 Bypass, Ste. 108, Danville, 40422 ricashades2100@aol.com

Captain D’s Jason Chess • 238-2250, Fax: 238-2250 304 Skywatch Dr., Danville, 40422 www.captainds.com

Satellite Dishes

Chinatown Restaurant • 236-8899 1560 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 201, Danville, 40422 CiCi’s Pizza Curtis Heap • 936-1616, Fax: 936-1615 1560 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 227, Danville, 40422 cfheap@aol.com, cselts11@aol.com Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Jim Sublett • 936-7792, Fax: 936-7794 40 Cassady Ave., Danville, 40422 jsubak@aol.com • www.crackerbarrel.com Fazoli’s Mark Crawford • 236-9265, Fax: 238-9751 1560 Hustonville Rd., #397, Danville, 40422 1657@fazolis.com • www.fazolis.com 4th Street Deli Joe Davis Culbertson 236-7953, Fax: 236-1398 464 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 joedavis@mis.net Joshua’s Corner Café Deborah Richter • 936-2002 132 Church St., Danville, 40422 Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken J. Paul Newton • 236-8777, Fax: 236-8777 610 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 panewt3@comcast.net

Digital on Demand Greg Ballard • 236-8503 (800) 565-0988, Fax: 236-8183 812 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 digitalondemand@hotmail.com www.doddish.com Screen Printing SDK Apparel & Promotional Products Steve Amsler (888) 448-9424, Fax: 792-9424 202 Royalty Dr., Lancaster, 40444 sdkenterprises@msn.com The 10th Planet, LLC Cliff Hellyer • 236-4488, Fax: 236-2355 204 George Martin Dr., Danville, 40422 www.go10thplanet.com Thoroughbred Threads, LLC Marty Sullivan • 236-0224, Fax: 236-0224 219 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 embthreads@bellsouth.net www.tthreads.com Security Systems Knight Hawk Security Company, LLC Thomas Bustle • 236-6989 117 N. Third St., Danville, 40422 thomasbustle@yahoo.com

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Serving Our Community Since 1976

Danville Pediatrics and Primary Care, PLLC BOARD-CERTIFIED PEDIATRICIANS Larry Scott, M.D., F.A.A.P. Jonathan E. Ricker, M.D., F.A.A.P. Robert M. Rettie, M.D., F.A.A.P. Kelli G. Whitt, M.D., F.A.A.P. Jeremy T. Dickinson, M.D., F.A.A.P. Matthew A. Graves, M.D., F.A.A.P.

BOARD-CERTIFIED NURSE PRACTITIONER Michelle Sisk, ARNP

Danville Kentucky Plant Celebrating 29 years in the Community Pliant is a dynamic, full-service film and flexible packaging products provider for medical, personal care, food and industrial, and agricultural markets. Custom products for the Films and Flexible Packaging Industry Pallet Wrap Film – Shrink Bundling Film Lamination Films for Converters WINWRAP Pre-stretched Hand Wrap At Pliant, we maintain the highest standard of customer service with on-time delivery, technical support and competitive pricing. We add to this a best practices attitude towards cost leadership to help our customers improve their businesses – and further ours. “Our simple goal is to be the leader at what we do with customers, with our employees, in our community and with investors.” 1330 Lebanon Rd. – Danville, KY 40422 (859) 236-6633 – Fax: (859) 936-3399 www.pliantcorp.com

OFFICE HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Sat.: 9 a.m.-11 a.m.

Danville Pediatrics and Primary Care, PLLC will treat all patients without regard to disability, race, color, religion, national origin, sex or age.

303 S. Fourth St. Danville, KY 40422 (859) 236-1080

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Senior Housing

Stone

Tours

Danville Senior Housing, LLC Ed Quinn • 492-8730 470 Stanford Ave., P.O. Box 1170, Danville, 40423 equinn@amerihomeinvestments.com

Caldwell Stone Company John Albright • 236-6829, Fax: 236-6836 P.O. Box 727, Danville, 40423

Sewing Machines/Quilt Shops

The Lock Box Hugh Mahon • 236-2611, Fax: 236-0521 387 Whirlaway Dr., Danville, 40422 lockbox2@kywimax.com

Carlson Wagonlit/Thomas Travel Inc. Debbie Sebastian • 236-0000 (800) 633-8003, Fax: 236-0827 1322 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 thomastravel@thomastravelinc.com www.carlsontravel.com/thomastravel

Wilderness Road Quilt Co. Leslie Featherly • 236-1175, Fax: 236-1171 104 Man O’ War, Danville, 40422 fabrics@adelphia.net www.wildernessroadquilt.com Shoes Family Shoe Steve Bramel • 238-2040, Fax: 238-4001 465 Denmark Dr., Ste. 200, Danville, 40422 familyshoe@bellsouth.net Polly’s II Shoes Linda Avery • 936-5511 788 Chelf Ridge Rd., Hustonville, 40437, 975 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 sgrant8720@yahoo.com Signs City Art Signs Inc. Eben Henson 236-8219, Fax: 236-0031 210 Stanford Ave., Danville, 40422 cityartsigns@bellsouth.net Little Sign Shoppe Ray Boone • 238-7391, Fax: 936-1662 818 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 littlesignshoppe@bellsouth.net USA Signs, LLC Heather Nolan • 236-6811 (800) 866-4629, Fax: 236-6996 196 Westridge Dr., Danville, 40422 usasigns89@bellsouth.net nolanheather@bellsouth.net www.usasignsllc.com Spa Lily Manor Day Spa Brenda Hendren, Denise Lister, Ann-Michelle Lykins 236-1700, Fax: 236-1710 412 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 information@lilymanordayspa.com www.lilymanordayspa.com

Storage

Storage Rentals of America Billy Inmon II • (800) 457-5678, Fax: 236-4243 185 Westridge Dr., Danville, 40422 billyinmannII@aol.com www.storagerentalsofamerica.com Support Services Homeplace Support Services, LLC Linda Dye, RN • 936-2010, Fax: 936-2099 215 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422

Liberty Tax Service Michael Camenisch • 238-0050 217 Jane Trail, Danville, 40422 danvillelibertytax@gmail.com Telecommunications AT&T David Weller (502) 875-3508, Fax: (502) 875-6718 1535 Twilight Trail, Frankfort, 40601 www.thenewatt.com Tele-Data Communications Inc. Thomas E. Drew • 332-4222, Fax: 332-2015 612 Scrubgrass Rd., Danville, 40422 data110@teledatacommunicationsky.com Temporary Employment SPHERION of Central Kentucky Sandi Carter • 236-7665, Fax: 236-9359 363 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 sandicarter@spherion.com www.spherion.com Theatres

Specialty Stores Carol’s Bridal & Gifts Inc. Carol & David Senn 236-3825, Fax: 236-3817 309 W. Main St., Danville, 40422 carolsbridalgift@bellsouth.net www.carolsbridalandgifts.com

W.T. Hill Community Theatre Karen Logue • 236-8607 117 Larrimore Ln., P.O. Box 841, Danville, 40423 karenlogue@hotmail.com www.westthill.com

Yesterday’s Potions, LLC Debbie Revell • 236-6663 341 S. Fourth St., Ste. 101 Danville, 40422 drevell03@yahoo.com

NOTS – Norrenberns Truck Service David Kirchner (618) 478-5354, Fax: (618) 478-5556 1220 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 www.gonots.com Travel The Ultimate Way Jeannette Davis, Ben Ehmen • 236-1910 458 Boone Trail, Danville, 40422 bj777@roadrunner.com www.theultimateway.net Travel Agencies

Tax Services

Pioneer Playhouse of Danville Charlotte Henson • 236-2747, Fax: 236-2341 840 Stanford Rd., Danville, 40422 pioneer@mis.net

Salvation Army Thrift Store Capt. Zachary Bell • 236-0457 519 S. Fourth St., P.O. Box 417 Danville, 40423

Transportation

Tourism Danville-Boyle Convention & Visitors Bureau Adam Johnson • 236-7794 (800) 755-0076, Fax: 236-9134 105 E. Walnut St.,Danville, 40422 info@danvillekentucky.com www.danvillekentucky.com

Carlson Wagonlit/Thomas Travel Inc. Debbie Sebastian • 236-0000 (800) 633-8003, Fax: 236-0827 1322 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 thomastravel@thomastravelinc.com www.carlsontravel.com/thomastravel Travel Authority Lee Ann McCulley • 236-2505 (800) 489-2593, Fax: 236-0255 236 Skywatch Dr., Danville, 40422 danville@thetravelauthority.com www.thetravelauthority.com Trophies Danville Trophy & Engraving Danny Cheek • 236-5343, Fax: 236-5321 380 Whirlaway Dr., Ste. 4, Danville, 40422 USA Signs, LLC Heather Nolan • 236-6811 (800) 866-4629, Fax: 236-6996 196 Westridge Dr., Danville, 40422 usasigns89@bellsouth.net nolanheather@bellsouth.net www.usasignsllc.com Uniform Rental Rainbow Cleaners Jim Carrico • 236-4274, Fax: 236-5882 504 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 jimbo.rainbow@adelphia.net Utilities ATMOS Energy Tim Owen • 236-2300, Fax: 238-7106 449 Whirlaway Dr., Danville, 40422 www.atmosenergy.com Inter-County Energy Cooperative Jim Jacobus • 236-4561, Fax: 236-3627 1009 Hustonville Rd., P.O. Box 87, Danville, 40423 jim@intercountyenergy.net www.intercountyenergy.net Kentucky Utilities Company Sheila Newcomb • (800) 981-0600 198 W. Broadway, Danville, 40422 www.eon-us.com

CRAWFORD INSUR ANCE AGENC Y Auto • Home • Life Business • Farm Workers Compensation

Stephen Crawford

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Vending Vend Fresh Food Service Matt & Mark Barsotti • 236-6765 (800) 287-8363, Fax: 236-6789 100 Ensslin Ave., P.O. Box 1026, Danville, 40423 vendfreshfoodserv@bellsouth.net www.vendfresh.com Veterinarians Animal Medical Center Keith Grubbs, DVM • 238-2201, Fax: 238-7436 3880 S. Danville Bypass, Danville, 40422 animals@mis.net • www.amcdanville.com Heartland Veterinary Hospital – Suds & Scissors Pet Grooming Dr. Chuck Keiser • 238-7500 1324 Lebanon Rd., Danville, 40422 heartlandpetvet@bellsouth.net www.heartlandveterinary.com Dr. Lynne McMaine • 238-7161 304 Springhill Rd., Danville, 40422 lmcmaine@msn.com Nash, Cleveland and Godfrey 236-5062, Fax: 236-1447 3260 Harrodsburg Rd., Danville, 40422 Wilderness Trace Veterinary Clinic Dr. Stephanie Raispis 854-5055, Fax: 854-5988 276-A Henry St., Junction City, 40440 Video Title Wave Entertainment Paul Finn • 236-8888 1585 Hustonville Rd., Danville, 40422 titlewav@mis.net Warehousing Hilpp Properties & Construction Paul Hilpp (270) 692-9492, Fax: (270) 692-4444 678 Metts Dr., Lebanon, 40033 hci@alltel.net • www.hilpp.com

Visit Our Advertisers Aflac – Gary Dowell & Associates www.aflac.com Antiques in Danville www.antiquesindanville.com Bluegrass Community & Technical College www.bluegrass.kctcs.edu/campuses/ danville Boyle County Judge Executive www.boyleky.com Boyle County Schools www.boyle.kyschools.us Branscum Construction Company www.branscumconstruction.com

Hall Pharmacy Hampton Inn www.hamptoninn.com/hi/danville-ky Heart of Danville www.downtowndanville.com Hilliard Lyons www.hilliard.com Hobart Corporation www.hobartcorp.com Inter County Energy Cooperative www.intercountyenergy.net Johnson & Pohlmann www.johnsonpohlmann.com

Bright’s Bottle Gas Company Caldwell & Cook Hearing Services, Inc. www.caldwellandcook.com Central Kentucky Association of Realtors www.ckar.net Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank www.centralkyfsb.com

Kentucky Utilities Company www.kuenergy.com Lawrenceburg Bank & Trust www.lnbky.com Maple Tree Gallery www.mymapletreegallery.com Martin Funding Group www.martinfundinggroup.com

Chase Bank www.chase.com

New York Life

Coldwell Banker – VIP Realty www.viprealtyinc.com

Norton Center for the Arts www.nortoncenter.com

Comfort Suites www.choicehotels.com

Panasonic www.panasonic.com

Waste Management

Commonwealth Cancer Center www.commonwealthcancercenter.com

PBK Bank www.pbkbank.com

M&M Sanitation Dave Hatfield Darrell Bryant 273-8305, Fax: 885-5980 446 Fackler St., Danville, 40422 www.republicservices.com

Community Trust Bank www.ctbi.com

Philips Lighting Glass www.philips.com/about/careers/ index.page

United Warehousing Co., LLC Richard Kerbaugh • 236-0773, Fax: 238-7776 1800 Kate Ave., P.O. Box 65, Danville, 40423 rskerbaugh@unitedwarehousing.net www.unitedwarehousing.net

Web Site Design Ignyte Software Inc. Rob Wells • 691-0926, Fax: 559-0125 1542 Lannock Dr., Danville, 40422 rob.wells@ignyte.com www.ignyte.com Kentucky WEBMASTER Cherie Carroll • (866) 594-6637 109 Eastwood Dr., Stanford, 40484 boyleco@kywebmaster.com www.kywebmaster.com

Crawford Insurance Agency Danville Cardiovascular Danville Pediatrics PSC www.danvillepediatrics.com Danville Schools Danville-Boyle County www.boyleky.com

Wedding Locations

Danville-Boyle County CVB www.danvillekentucky.com

Aspen Hall Manor Jill Romero • 734-5050 5589 Aspen Hall Dr., Harrodsburg, 40330 jill@aspenhallmanor.com www.aspenhallmanor.com

Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership www.dbcedp.com

Welding

Edward Jones www.edwardjones.com

The Welding Shop Don Martin • 236-5902 2292 S. Danville Bypass, Danville, 40422 WeldQuip Inc. Alan Wilson, Robbie Wilson 239-9353, (800) 946-9356, Fax: 236-8429 531 S. Fourth St., Danville, 40422 weldquip@bellsouth.net • www.weldquip.net Wineries Chateau du Vieux Corbeau dba Old Crow Inn Winery Andre Brousseau • 236-1808, Fax: 236-7467 471 Stanford Rd., Danville, 40422 arbiii@adelphia.net www.oldcrowinn.com

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Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center www.emrmc.org ERA Team Realtors www.erateamrealtorsandauction.com Farmers National Bank www.fnbky.com Fort Knox Federal Credit Union www.fkfcu.org

Pioneer Vocational Industrial Services www.pioneerservices.org Pliant Corporation www.pliantcorp.com Preston-Osborne Marketing www.preston-osborne.com Preston-Pruitt Funeral Home www.preston-pruitt.com Prudential – Guerrant Real Estate www.prugre.com RR Donnelley www.rrdonnelley.com State Farm Insurance – Bob Miller www.bobmillerins.net Stith Funeral Home www.stithfuneralhome.net Stuart Powell www.stuartpowell.com Villas at Ridgefield Farm www.epconcommunities.com Wilcher Interiors

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oyle County, in the heart of the Bluegrass region, is known for its natural beauty – rolling hills, rustic barns, open fields and grazing horses. But this area of Kentucky offers much more than gorgeous scenery. Beyond the charm of its historic architecture, friendly residents and laid-back pace, Danville – the county seat – is a regional hub for health care, higher education, cultural events and outdoor recreation.

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Images Danville-Boyle County, KY: 2008