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Quest for the Cure World-class cancer center opens

innovative education Schools embrace technology

They’ve Got It Made Variety of manufacturers crank out success stories

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Danville-Boyle County, Kentucky co nte nt s F e atu r e s 8 innovative education Schools embrace technology.

12 Quest for the cure World-class cancer center opens.

16 Worth saving With a distinctive civilian and military history, downtown Perryville has a unique charm.

18 They’ve Got It Made Variety of manufacturers crank out success stories.

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6 Almanac 20 Biz Briefs 23 Chamber Report 25 Economic Profile 26 Health & Wellness 28 Arts & Culture 30 Local Flavor 32 Sports & Recreation 34 Education 37 Community Profile 38 Membership Directory 41 Business Guide on the cover Photo by Antony Boshier Commonwealth Cancer Center

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Almanac

Welcome to Danville An introduction to the area’s people, places and events

Perryville Every October The Battle of Perryville took place in October 1862 and is now re-enacted during that month each fall. Hundreds of participants are in attendance annually to commemorate the Civil War encounter between Confederate Gen. Braxton Bragg and Union Maj. Gen. Don Carlos Buell. The battle was considered a strategic Union victory because Bragg withdrew to Tennessee soon afterward, plus the Union retained control of the critical border state of Kentucky for the remainder of the war. The Battle of Perryville is considered one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War, and was the largest battle fought in the state of Kentucky. The three-day re-enactment includes family-life encampments, a military band, battlefield tours and a Civil War play.

Booked Solid Here is a novel idea: Boyle County Public Library, which is housed in a 1939 building, was recently renovated and expanded to include a brightly lit rotunda entranceway and large children’s area. The building on West Broadway in downtown Danville began its expansion in September 2007 and the project was completed in January 2010. The library is now 45,000 square feet, more than double its previous size, and features five floors of books, public access computers, CDs and DVDs, Blu-rays, MP3 players and genealogical/research materials.

Sharps and Flats Take note: The Great American Brass Band Festival arrives in Danville each summer and draws more than 30,000 visitors. The four-day event in June is committed to preserving brass band music through performances and education. All concerts are free and take place in downtown Danville, and the festival prides itself on attracting some of the best brass bands in the world. Groups that have performed in the recent past include New Birth Brass Band of New Orleans, Jack Brass Band of Minneapolis, Circle City Sidewalk Stompers of Indianapolis, Walnut Street Ragtime Ramblers of Lexington and the Canadian Staff Salvation Army Band.

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Fast Facts

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The Show Must Go On Aretha Franklin performed here in 2010, and so did Tony Bennett, Smokey Robinson, Blue Man Group and several Broadway shows. Norton Center for the Arts at Centre College opened in 1973, and hosted a vice presidential debate in 2000. It was recently renovated and expanded to include two theaters, exhibition space and several classrooms. The 85,000-squarefoot complex has been dubbed Kentucky’s Home to the Stars, and is supported by more than 60 local businesses and thousands of season ticket holders.

Mounting Success Camp Horsin’ Around opened in June 2009 to allow children with chronic illnesses to have their spirits lifted for a day, weekend or a full week. The camp is on 191 acres of open space in Boyle and Mercer counties, with five cabins on site that can hold up to 20 campers and eight counselors. Children eligible to visit the spacious attraction include those with cancer, diabetes, asthma, sickle cell anemia, kidney disease, AIDS or heart ailments. The camp offers horseback riding, fishing and other outdoor activities to get children away from medical treatment and sickbeds for a short time.

n Penn’s Store in Gravel Switch is America’s oldest country store, run by the same family since 1850. Take a quick video tour at imagesdanville.com. n Elizabeth Taylor stayed in Danville for six weeks in 1956 to film the Civil War epic Raintree County. n Danville has been featured in Time magazine as one of America’s most successful small towns. n “It’s Better Here” is Danville and Boyle County’s official slogan.

Danville At A Glance POPULATION Danville: 15,522 Boyle County: 28,664 LOCATION Boyle County is near the geographic center of Kentucky, about 35 miles south of Lexington. Danville is the county seat of Boyle County. BEGINNINGS Danville was officially established in 1787 and served as the capital of the Kentucky district. FOR MORE INFORMATION Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce 304 S. 4th St., Ste. 102 Danville, KY 40422 Phone: (859) 236-2361 Fax: (859) 236-3197 www.danvilleboylechamber.com

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Innovative

Education Danville-Boyle county schools heighten education with use of technology

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Danville Independent and Boyle County Schools One of the major advances taking place in Kentucky schools is the Innovation Lab, a partnership forged between Boyle County and Danville Independent Schools, the Kentucky Department of Education, the University of Kentucky, Centre College and the Council of Chief State School Officers. “The goal of the project is to truly change the way we approach education in the 21st century. Schools today still function much like they did 50 years ago,” says Dr. Carmen Coleman, Danville schools superintendent. “The practical approaches can be the same, but we’re teaching students for a world that is very different. We want to provide a safe place for innovating, a place where teachers can get out of the traditional school setting and try some very different things.” The goal of the project is to establish a networked lab where stakeholders very intentionally create the best learning experiences possible to prepare students to lead and collaborate, adapt, imagine, ask

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f you don’t think of the Danville/ Boyle County area as a hub for innovation, think again. Thanks to cutting-edge technology in the city and county schools, education is earning top marks in southeast Kentucky.

A Danville High School student works on a laptop using the school’s wireless Internet access. Left: Centre College, home of Kentucky’s Innovation Hub

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questions, persevere, access and analyze information, think critically, problem-solve and communicate, as these are critical skills for success in today’s world. “We know that to be motivated to learn and do the work, we’ve got to share the work with the kids,” Dr. Coleman says. “We have to teach kids to access and analyze information. Schools used to be the keepers of information, but now our task is very different: We have to teach kids to use the vast amounts of information that are available.” The lab is located at Centre College, which is convenient to both Danville and Boyle County schools. Plans are to open in the 2011-2012 school year. For more information about the schools involved in the Innovation Lab partnership, visit www.danvilleschools.net or www.boyle.k12.ky.us. Kentucky School for the Deaf The Kentucky School for the Deaf also utilizes technology to create a better educational atmosphere for its students. Thanks to Smart Boards, video conferencing equipment, videophones and other tech tools, students at KSD have a better opportunity to learn visually. “All of our classrooms have Smart Boards, so everything we do can be presented visually,” says Rodney Buis, principal. “The students can use the touch screens to access the Internet and learning software. We also have video conferencing equipment that links our classrooms to other deaf schools across the country. That allows our students to communicate with other deaf students directly through sign language.” For more information about KSD, visit www.ksd.k12.ky.us.

Mrs. Melton’s kindergarten class at the Kentucky School for the Deaf

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Quest for the

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Central Kentucky Cancer Center gives DanvilleBoyle County residents advanced cancer care

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he new Central Kentucky Cancer Center (CKCC) is a fully integrated treatment facility incorporating a strategic team approach to provide comprehensive, advanced cancer care for the Danville region. Located on the South Danville Bypass, the 36,000-square-foot center aligns the entire spectrum of cancer care options, including medical oncology, radiation oncology and a multitude of support services in one location – this made possible through a unique partnership of visionary medical providers: Commonwealth Cancer Center, 21st Century Radiation Oncology, Ephraim McDowell Health and UK Healthcare. The “one-stop” concept for the treatment facility allows the center to streamline treatment for patients, each service complementing the other in

providing thorough cancer care, from beginning to end, in a centralized location close to home. Centralized Cancer Care A key visionary in planning the new treatment center is oncologist/ hematologist Thomas Baeker, M.D., whose medical oncology practice Commonwealth Cancer Center has provided care to Danville and surrounding communities for more than 15 years. The concept for CKCC came about when he recognized a need for a regional destination that provides a coordinated approach to complete cancer care. “Our ability, with this new facility, to combine modalities of chemotherapy and radiation with other aspects of care in a single location is extremely beneficial to patients,” says Baeker.

“This is not a collection of providers in one place. It’s a coordinated team approach where we’re all working together in a seamless effort for the patient.” The scope of coordinated services offered at the facility ranges from the latest technology in chemotherapy and radiation treatments, to opportunities to participate in clinical trials. Patient support care, social services, even a developing volunteer program and other community initiatives all work in concert to provide a complete cancer treatment system. Ephraim McDowell Cancer Support Center The Ephraim McDowell Cancer Support Center is the culmination of a shared vision among Commonwealth Cancer Center, radiation oncologist

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Dr. Gregory Carlsen and Ephraim McDowell Health. “We provide cancer patients and their families one-stop shopping, so to speak, for accessing information, technology and oncology physicians under one roof,” says Ron Barbato, program director of Cancer Support Services for EMH. Located inside the CKCC, the Cancer Support Center provides patients with one place to have their blood drawn, have X-rays and EKGs and also attend physical and occupational therapy. The Cancer Support Center also houses the region’s only Flexitouch lymphedema pump system for cancer patients with lymphedema. Radiation oncologist Gregory Carlsen, M.D., with 21st Century Radiation Oncology, says his field emphasizes technology, an area where his practice has all the progressive capabilities and latest advancements in radiation therapy in place. It’s this access to cutting-edge cancer-fighting technology that makes CKCC a primary destination for mid-Kentucky residents who now have the option to remain close to home for world-class cancer care. “In the end, it comes down to our patients and our commitment to meet their complete needs with the most thorough, personalized, comfortable care possible,” adds Commonwealth’s Baeker. “That’s our top priority.” For more information about CKCC, visit www.centralkentucky cancercenter.com.

Top to bottom: Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center; A nurse prepares drugs at Commonwealth Cancer Center.

For More Information central kentucky cancer center 520 Techwood Dr. Ste. 100 Danville, KY 40422 (859) 236-2203 www.centralkentuckycancercenter.com

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commonwealth cancer center Central Kentucky Cancer Center 520 Techwood Dr. Ste. 100 Danville, Kentucky 40422 (859) 236-2203 www.commonwealthcancercenter.com

Ephraim mcdowell Cancer support center 520 Techwood Dr. Danville, KY 40422 (859) 239-5880 www.emhealth.org


Thomas R. Baeker, MD, speaks with a patient at Commonwealth Cancer Center.

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Worth Saving With a distinctive civilian and military history, downtown Perryville has a unique charm Story By Megan Pacella | Photography By antony boshier

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ith a rich history that dates back to the 18th century, downtown Perryville has plenty of character worth preserving. Luckily, a group of students from the University of Kentucky’s Landscape Architecture Program recognized the importance of maintaining the historical architecture and local businesses located on Merchant’s Row, one of the nation’s only 19th-century Mercantile districts still in existence. In 2007, the Perryville Enhancement Project partnered with the city of Perryville, the Danville/Boyle County Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Heart of Danville and the Danville/Boyle County Economic Development Partnership to create the Perryville Revitalization Main Street Program. Through the Main Street program, the cultural landscape of downtown Perryville will be both preserved and enhanced. While some historic buildings and businesses will be restored to their appearance in the glory days, plans for expansion also include a boardwalk cafe, dock for fishing behind city hall, farmers market building, visitors center and new landscaping.

Green’s Drug Store and Morning Glory Gallery Before volunteers swooped in to repair the crumbling drywall and peeling paint in Green’s Drug Store, the historic building had fallen into serious disrepair. A few hours and a couple hundred dollars later, the Main Street Project had completed its first task. In June 2010, local businessman

Jerry Houck moved into the historic 19th-century building that once housed Green’s Drug Store, and opened Perryville Market, selling quilts, home goods, antiques and jewelry. The second task was fixing up Morning Glory Gallery, which was originally known as Burton’s Store in the 1800s. Work on the Morning Glory Gallery is more extensive, but when completed, the building will house a bridal shop that also specializes in Civil War attire. Partners in the program to revitalize Merchants Row include Tour SEKY, Haunted Perryville, Boyle County Government and Perryville Battlefield. For more information about the downtown Perryville revitalization, visit www.betterindanville.com and click Downtown Perryville. Perryville’s Civil War History The event that thrust Perryville into the national spotlight occurred on October 8, 1862. On that date, the Battle of Perryville took place with 16,000 Confederate troops battling 22,000 Union soldiers (out of 58,000 present) in what was one of the fiercest struggles of the Civil War. Perryville stands out among our nation’s historic tourist sites for its unique combination of military and civilian history, and there are efforts being made to promote civil war sites nearby to attract more visitors. The Perryville Battlefield is considered one of the most pristine in the nation, and the Perryville Battlefield Preservation Association has worked hard over the years to protect and maintain its integrity as a historic site. For more information, visit www.battleofperryville.com.

Clockwise from left: Workers paint one of the buildings on Merchant’s Row; Artifacts in the new Downtown Perryville Museum; Latimer’s Dry Goods in Perryville; Signage for historic Merchant’s Row.

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They’ve Got It

Made Variety of Manufacturers Make Danville-Boyle County Home

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anville-Boyle County is home to a wide variety of manufacturers that specialize in everything from aircraft brake systems to plastic injection molding, creating a business climate characterized by variety, convenience and opportunity. Manufacturing Five manufacturing businesses in Danville-Boyle County stand out as the largest players in the local economy: Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems Corporation, Denyo Manufacturing Corporaton, Caterpillar Inc., Panasonic Home Appliances Co. of America and Timberland Company. Meggitt continues to fly high in Danville since its location here in 2006. A manufacturer of carbon disc brakes for the airline industry, Meggitt has climbed to 65 employees and added 30,000 square feet to its facility in 2008. As Meggitt has reorganized globally to be more competitive in the aerospace industry, Danville is fast becoming a center for excellence in carbon operation. With the growth of regional jet service, the sky’s the limit for Meggitt’s future in Danville. Denyo Manufacturing Corporation was founded in 1948 under the name Japan Welding Machine Co. Ltd. Denyo Manufacturing now makes high-quality air compressors, welders and generators for use in applications ranging from residential to commercial. The Danville branch of Caterpillar Inc. was established in 1998. Employing approximately 100 people, the Danville branch manufactures track pins and bushings for use in tractors. The Danville-Boyle County branch of Panasonic Home Appliances Co. of

America was established in 1990. This branch employs roughly 130 people to manufacture numerous types of vacuum cleaners. These vacuum cleaners are used in applications ranging from residential to commercial, and they feature different model styles such as canister and upright vacuums. Finally, the Timberland Company manufactures its name-brand outdoor footwear in addition to its clothing line and accessories. One of Timberland’s two North American distribution centers is established in Danville, Ky. This center, along with Timberland’s other center in Ontario, Calif., is responsible for distributing Timberland footwear to dealers across the United States. Timberland was ranked one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For 2007” by CNNMoney.com. Manufacturing Services Danville also is known for its serviceoriented manufacturing businesses, such as The Allen Company Inc. and Perfection Components LLC. With its headquarters in Lexington, Ky., The Allen Company Inc. uses asphalt created at its Danville plant, as well as its other plants, to provide asphalt paving services to several counties in central Kentucky. In addition to its asphalt services, The Allen Company provides excavation, utility and concrete services. Perfection Components LLC offers plastic injection molding and assembly services, as well as paint and chrome plating services. Perfection Components is partnered with Buckhorn Inc., a manufacturer of returnable plastic packaging, to provide plastics for automotive markets. Perfection Components is a Certified Minority Business that has been in operation since 2002.

Now HiringNew jobs are coming to town Caterpillar Track Components will expand operations and invest $2.8 million in the Danville-Boyle County branch, which will retain existing jobs

and increase employment by approximately 18 people. In addition, Dana Holding Corporation will relocate one of the engine gasket production lines from its Milwaukee

factory to Danville. This increase in operations will add approximately 45 new jobs to the Danville-Boyle County plant.

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Biz Briefs Businesses – both large and small – that help define Danville-Boyle CountY’s economic climate

Scorecard Business At A Glance

$359,932 Retail sales ($1,000)

$12,995 Retail sales per capita

$41,017 Accommodations and food service sales ($1,000)

2,424 Total number of firms Source: U.S. Census QuickFacts

LIFE’S CUSTOM WOODWORKING Biz: Custom cabinetry Buzz: This custom woodworking business has been in Danville for more than a decade and serves all of central Kentucky. Most of the work at Life’s Custom Woodworking involves designing, fabricating and installing custom cabinets and countertops. Their finished products go into kitchens and bathrooms in homes and businesses, and the company also makes items such as vanities, bookcases, entertainment centers, closets, desks, display shelving, reception desks and filing cabinets. www.lifecustomwood.com 20

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HEARTLAND VETERINARY HOSPITAL Biz: Animal care Buzz: Heartland Veterinary Hospital provides a complete spectrum of veterinary care for dogs, cats and other pets. Services at Heartland include hospital and clinic care, surgery, X-rays, electrocardiograms, ultrasounds, a wellness program, a dental care program, boarding and more. There is also an obedience training service, as well as puppy day care. The hospital is located in Danville and Heartland has another location in Elizabethtown. www.heartlandveterinary.com STITH FUNERAL HOME Biz: Burials, cremation Buzz: Stith Funeral Home has been serving Danville/Boyle County since 1926. The staff understands that grief does not end with the funeral, and all are trained to help loved ones of the deceased deal with the grieving cycle afterwards. The staff believes that if people are at ease with their funeral home surroundings, they will be more able to deal with the circumstances of death. www.stithfuneralhome.net THE COTTAGE BED & BREAKFAST Biz: Bed and breakfast Buzz: This historic hideaway built in 1890 was recently renovated, but has kept its old-time charm. The Cottage Bed & Breakfast Suite just outside Danville has been welcoming visitors for 20 years, and is a private suite of two rooms: a living room with a “kitchen behind doors” and a couch that makes into a double bed, and a bedroom with queen bed and a bath with shower. www.cottageofdanville.com THE TWISTED SIFTER Biz: Customized cakes Buzz: Pam Birt is the owner and operator of The Twisted Sifter, which specializes in custom wedding, birthday and event cakes. The Twisted Sifter Cake Shoppe’s customer base stretches from Lexington to Louisville. Birt also makes custom cupcakes for all occasions, and all products contain organic eggs, real butter and locally grown fruit. The icings, filling and fondants are all made from scratch. www.thetwistedsifter.com

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Busy, Busy, Busy Chamber involved in important projects

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he Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce has a lot going for it these days. Besides the usual duties of helping its membership, the chamber is now in its third decade of hosting Leadership Boyle County sessions. It is also involved in a Fast Track program to help businesses get started more efficiently, plus the chamber oversees an Access Loans initiative to help startup businesses acquire more capital.

a conference table and talk for about an hour, after which the owner should know everything about starting his business. Access Loans The Access Loans program brings bankers and financial institutions’ officials to the chamber office to meet with businesses owners who

are looking to secure a loan. “Several bank officials hear the business owner’s pitch, then the officials return to their banks to decide if they want to get involved in the business project,” Fowler says. “Helping businesses be successful – that’s the main reason why our chamber exists.” – Kevin Litwin

Leadership Boyle County This program started in 1983, and Youth Leadership Boyle County was added in 1989. The program runs annually from October to May for adults and from September to April for youth, with participants meeting for all-day sessions once a month. “Leadership Boyle County helps participants not only become better leaders, but it encourages graduates to become civically involved with their community,” says Paula Fowler, executive director of the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce. Fowler says one monthly session might highlight education, the next month health and human services, then local government, agriculture, business and industry, heritage and tourism. “This program builds our community’s future by building leaders,” she says. Fast Track Fast Track helps businesses locating to Boyle County or startup businesses become established more easily and more efficiently. “There are so many things a business owner has to know when first establishing a business, and Fast Track helps,” Fowler says. “Owners must know about signage, parking, health codes, fire codes, city and county regulations, and licensing, so a meeting is ultimately called to have the owner talk with people who can answer all questions and concerns.” Fowler says the owner and various officials from city and county departments sit down around

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Economic profile Business climate While manufacturing, distribution, health care and education provide a major portion of jobs in Danville-Boyle County, the area’s rich soil allows agriculture to remain a vital part of the economy.

MAJOR employers

Economic Resources

Denyo Manufacturing

taxes

6% State Sales and Use Tax

2-6% State Income Tax

Income $25,445 Per Capita Income $48,176 Average Total Household Expenditure

transportation CSX Corporation Inc. (877) 744-7279 www.csx.com Bluegrass Ultra-Transit Service (BUS) (859) 238-2260

Heart of Danville Main Street Program 304 S. Fourth St. Danville, KY 40422 (859) 236-1909 www.downtown danville.com

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce 304 S. Fourth St., Ste. 102 Danville, KY 40422 (859) 236-2361 www.danvilleboyle chamber.com

Company of America

Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems Corporation Hobart Corporation Panasonic Home Appliances

Danville-Boyle County Convention & Visitors Bureau 105 E. Walnut St. Danville, KY 40422 (859) 236-7794 www.danville kentucky.com

FKI Logistex, Inc. Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Centre College Pliant Corporation Caterpillar, Inc. Red Wing Shoe Company, Inc. R.R. Donnelley

Danville/Boyle County Economic Development Partnership (EDP) 304 S. Fourth St.,Ste. 201 Danville, KY 40422 (859) 236-2805 www.betterindanville.com

& Sons Company Dana Holding Corporation The Timberland Company American Greetings Corporation

RR Donnelley An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer

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Health & Wellness

Nurturing Patients danville-boyle county Health care Providers Use innovative Technology to deliver Medical Treatment to patients Danville-Boyle County is home to state-of-the-art health care resources. With a heritage of innovation in the field of medicine, the health care providers in Danville strive to improve not only the way in which medicine affects patients, but also the way in which medicine is administered to patients. By considering patients’ overall well-being, the health care providers in Danville have succeeded in better serving patients’ medical, financial and emotional interests. Charleston Health Care Center Charleston Health Care Center is a nursing home facility offering nearly 90 beds to residents, and provides around eight full-time nurses, including two registered nurses. The center offers residents housekeeping, pharmacy, mental health and social work services, as well as dietary and clinical laboratory services. The center also provides residents with opportunities to take part in regular activities.

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Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center sits at the core of the Ephraim McDowell Health system, which includes numerous facilities in Danville and surrounding communities, offering services ranging from outpatient rehabilitation to inpatient surgical services. Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center is a 222-bed, not-for-profit hospital that offers numerous health-related services, varying from conventional wound treatment to cancer and cardiac care and spine therapy. In all, the hospital’s medical staff includes more than 100 physicians and practices in more than 30 specialties and subspecialties. Located in Danville, the Medical Center serves Boyle and surrounding counties. The man for whom the facility is named was Ephraim McDowell, an American physician who performed the first successful removal of an ovarian tumor in 1809. Drawing on his legacy of innovative medicine and community service, Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center uses the latest technologies and techniques to serve the community.


Danville CarDiovasCular Consultants John S. Aumiller, MD, FACC, FSCAI

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

Aslam M. Ahmad, MD, FACC

Diplomate, American Boards of Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases

Frank Koroluk, PA-C

Certified Physician Assistant

Barb Kasak

Bluegrass Immediate Care Center

Bluegrass Immediate Care Center Following its success as the only hospital in Danville, Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center created the Bluegrass Immediate Care Center in 2009 to provide high-quality urgent care services at a fraction of the cost of the emergency room. The center is designed to provide health care services to people who need non-emergency medical attention. This facility is conveniently located and offers weekend and late weekday hours. No appointments are needed, and the center offers full lab and X-ray services on-site, in conjunction with its general physician treatment services for things such as sore throats, earaches, sprains and other non-life-threatening injuries.

Jeff Adkins

Clinic/Practice Manager

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

Commonwealth Cancer Center The Commonwealth Cancer Center provides radiation oncology at nine locations throughout Kentucky, including its Danville location. The center uses the 23IX Linear Accelerator system to fight cancerous tumors with high precision, thereby reducing the adverse side effects of radiotherapy. The center also offers a PET/CT scan service, in which a mobile PET/CT scanner arrives once a week to provide cancer patients with a total body scan in less than 20 minutes, which is rendered into a high-resolution, 3-D image.  – Braxton Shoop

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Arts & Culture

Community of Culture Danville-Boyle County Culture Offers Something for All Cultural opportunities abound in Danville-Boyle County. From monumental historic sites to creative visual and performing arts, the possibilities are endless. Historic Sites

What’s Online  Discover more about the creative climate in Danville-Boyle County, including arts, events and cultural attractions, in the culture section at imagesdanville.com.

Constitution Square is a historic park that plays an integral part in Kentucky's statehood. The Boyle County courthouse was the location for the 10 constitutional conventions, and Kentucky's first governor was a Boyle County resident. The park includes early meeting houses, school houses and a post office. The Danville National Cemetery is a .5-acre site first established in 1862 for Civil War soldiers. Perryville Battlefield holds its place in history as the site of the most devastating Civil War battle in Kentucky. The battlefield now includes a museum, and a war re-enactment is performed each October. The Confederate Monument in McDowell Park commemorates the Confederate States of America and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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The Ephraim McDowell House Museum is the former home of Dr. Ephraim McDowell, who performed the first ovarian tumor removal. The house, a National Historic Landmark, is an example of Georgian architecture, and tours are given daily. Another unique attraction is the Great American Dollhouse Museum, which has a village of masterfully crafted and displayed miniatures, and also includes a playroom, classroom and gift shop.


Boyle County plays host to a number of annual festivals that draw visitors to the region from across Kentucky and the Southeast. Since 1990, Danville has been home to the Great American Brass Band Festival, which features continuous live brass band music from Friday until Sunday, a parade, a fireworks extravaganza and the Great American Balloon Race. The Boyle County Fair also happens annually in Danville, which lasts for a week and features pageants, talent shows, pet shows, horse shows, drag racing, tractor pulls, cornhole competitions and more. The Constitution Square Arts Fest takes place in Danville's historic Constitution Square, and celebrates all things art each September. The Forkland Heritage Festival & Revue allows attendees to experience what life was like in simpler times, hear old-time country music and see artists and craftspeople at work. Kentucky Writer's Day occurs each April and celebrates the writers of the state. In addition, Penn's Store puts on an annual festival with guest speakers, writers reading works aloud and songwriters performing their works.

Art Facilities By providing art education and exhibits, the Community Arts Center has become an epicenter for Danville's art community. The Jones Visual Arts Center is home to the studio and gallery of glass artist Stephen Rolfe Powell. Also, the newly renovated Norton Center for the Arts hosts an array of performances and events. The Pioneer Playhouse, Kentucky's oldest outdoor theater, offers entertainment with dinner and a live show every Tuesday through Saturday. And the West T. Hill Community Theatre, named after its founder, has been performing plays and musicals in Danville for 30 years. – Glennese Patterson

Great American Balloon Race

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Festivals and Events

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Local Flavor

Eat It Up

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Danville Offers Unique and Traditional Dining Options

A Sip of Coffee and Atmosphere

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The Hub Cafe and Coffee House is the perfect choice for anyone craving caffeine and an eclectic vibe. The cafe’s motto, "Life is too short to be difficult," is manifested in every aspect of its service. Hub's entire menu of made-to-order breakfast, lunch and dinner is available at any time of the day. A variety of fair-trade, organic coffees can be sipped while customers make use of free wireless Internet service. On Friday and Saturday nights, The Hub even provides free live music to customers.

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More Info Hub Cafe & Coffee House 236 W. Main St. (859) 936-0001 www.thehubcoffeehouse ncafe.com Burke’s Bakery & Delicatessen 121 W. Main St. (859) 236-5661 Boyle County Farmers Market Boyle County Fairground N. Danville Bypass (859) 332-2539

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Heart of Danville Farmers Market Corner of Fourth & Main St. (859) 236-1909

Serving Baked Goods and Nostalgia Burke's Bakery & Delicatessen, found in the center of downtown Danville, maintains a winning combination of delicious food and hometown atmosphere, making it a local favorite. Burke's is tinged with nostalgia for many locals, who relied on the establishment for the birthday cakes of their childhood and the wedding cakes of adulthood. All Burke’s baked goods are made fresh each morning, which means no stale donuts, bread or cookies are to be heard (or tasted) of. The glazed donuts and Chocolate Delites are frequent favorites among customers. Carbo Loading is definitely encouraged with signature menu items such as the Salt-risen bread, Persian rolls and Butterflake rolls. Customers are always encouraged to snatch a batch of Burke’s gingerbread cookies or apple sauce cake before heading out. The sweet tooth can further be indulged with individual-sized pies and pecan fondant cookies.

Farm Fresh Options

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A homegrown selection of fruits, vegetables, crafts and organic foods can be found at the Boyle County Farmers Market from June through September. Also, the Downtown Danville Farmers Market, located across from the Arts Center, sells fresh produce and fruit from May through October. – Julianna Edmonds

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A Danville resident takes her dog for a walk in Millennium Park.

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Sports & Recreation

Come Out and Play Danville has a variety of activities for all to enjoy Boyle County is located in the heart of the Kentucky Bluegrass region, and is filled with natural beauty and gorgeous scenery. From golf courses to county parks and annual celebrations, there’s plenty to do in Danville and Boyle County. Danville and Boyle County Parks The parks in Boyle County provide residents with an array of activities to enjoy year-round. Danville's Millennium Park is one of the biggest in the area. It plays host to soccer, baseball, softball and football fields, along with a skate park, playgrounds, a dog park, picnic areas, walking trails and a lake. The Danville-Boyle County William E. "Bunny" Davis Recreation Complex is another great resource for residents, as the facilities provide the area with racquetball and tennis courts, a 25-meter swimming pool, step/aerobic and dance classes, and free

weight and cardiovascular equipment areas. The Fitness Center in Danville also provides more options for racquetball, weights and aerobic classes, while adding a wallyball court and karate classes to the mix. Those looking to play volleyball or disc golf can visit the Henry Jackson Park in Danville. The facilities at Henry Jackson also have paved walking trails, baseball fields and several playground areas. In addition, Cowan Street Park provides an open field for a variety of uses, including football, soccer and baseball practices, along with a basketball court and playgrounds.

Just 15 minutes outside of Danville lies the Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge, a 500-acre preserve that is home to a wide array of birds, plants and other wildlife that showcases the wonderful natural beauty of the region. Boyle County is also home to the deepest lake in Kentucky, Herrington Lake. Located on the border of Boyle, Mercer and Garrard counties, the artificial lake is home to such fish as bass, catfish, bluegill and more, and provides a great place for visitors to boat and fish.

What’s Online  Go to imagesdanville.com and click on “recreation” to read more about Danville-Boyle County’s sports and recreational activities.

photos by Antony Boshier

Danville Area Fishing and Wildlife Watching

Danville Country Club

Golf While Boyle County has no professional or minor league sports teams, the region is home to a couple of highly regarded golf courses. The county's newest course, the Old Bridge Golf Club, is a semi-private course located near the banks of Herrington Lake. The course was completed in 1989, and features a long 18 holes, private lessons and more. The Danville Country Club is the county's oldest and finest private golf club. The course opened in 1924, and in 1998 added The Clubhouse, which holds a five-star restaurant, a card room, and full locker and shower facilities for members. The beautifully maintained 18-hole course shares the spotlight with the club's tennis courts and Olympic-sized pool.  – Carson O’Shoney Da n v i l l e

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Education

An A for Achievement educational opportunities flourish at Danville Schools Danville-Boyle County houses world-class colleges and provides outstanding private and public school offerings. Colleges

Bluegrass Community and Technical College Jeff Adkins

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Centre College was founded in 1819 and is ranked among the top 50 liberal arts colleges in the United States by U.S. News and World Report for 2010. Forbes magazine named Centre College the best college in the South. The school focuses heavily on cultural education by operating numerous remote campuses around the globe where students can stay and study. Eastern Kentucky University, located in Richmond, has roots dating back to 1906. EKU offers associates degrees, baccalaureate degrees and an expanding graduate program offering degrees at the master’s level. The curriculum at EKU is taught by professors such as Dr. Tanae Reed, who received the 2010 Hermann Esterbauer International Award on HNE Research for her research on Alzheimer’s and cognitive impairment. Bluegrass Community and Technical College was formed in 2005 by the merging of the Lexington Community College and the Central Kentucky Technical College. BCTC offers daytime, evening and weekend classes at six different campus locations. BCTC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to provide associates degrees, certificates and diplomas in more than 40 areas. National College was founded in 1886 as National Business College. National College expanded over the last quarter of the 20th century to add seven campus locations throughout Virginia and a six-campus Kentucky College of Business. National College’s Danville campus is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award associates degrees and diplomas as well as baccalaureate degrees. Mid-Continent University ADVANTAGE is now offering the adult accelerated Associate of Science degree locally in Danville for the first time. ADVANTAGE removes the barriers many adults face in getting a college degree by bringing everything to Danville, including classes, registration, advising, financial aid assistance and books. Face-to-face classes are offered one night a week, one class at a time with a new class starting every five weeks.


Private Schools

Danville High School

Danville Montessori School was founded in 1975, and it operates as an affiliate of the American Montessori Society. The school has grown since its founding to fit the needs of the Danville community by adding three additional pre-primary classes, a day care, an elementary program and an after-school program. Alternatively, the Danville Christian Academy is a nondenominational school dedicated to providing a Christian environment for student learning and growth. Toward this end, the school has cultivated strong working relationships with area churches to provide spiritual and social support.

The Danville School District serves the city of Danville. It includes the Hogsett, Jennie Rogers and Toliver elementary schools, as well as Bate Middle School and Danville High School. Danville schools achieve academic excellence, boasting an 83% acceptance rate for graduates to college. Additionally, the Boyle County School District, which serves the remainder of Danville and surrounding areas, includes the Perryville, Junction City, and Woodlawn elementary schools, as well as the Boyle County Middle School and the Boyle County High School. The Kentucky School for the Deaf, which offers education to hearing-impaired children in all grade levels, is located in Danville. The school was established in 1823. – Braxton Shoop

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The Danville Schools 87% of high school graduates accepted to college Nationally recognized forensics program World languages offered elementary through high school 67% of Advanced Placement exams scored three or higher over the last four years Well over $1.5 million in scholarships awarded to 104 graduating seniors 13 Advanced Placement courses Wide range of special opportunities in the arts and technology Students accelerated according to their abilities Tradition of athletic excellence

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Community profile Snapshot Nestled in the heart of the Bluegrass region, Danville and Boyle County are known for natural beauty. Danville, the county seat, is a regional hub for health care, higher education and culture.

size in square miles

15.09 Danville

183 Climate Danville’s winter lasts about three months, with average temperatures in the 30s, and summer temperatures can range as high as the low 90s.

24.1 F January Low Temperature

32.9 F January High Temperature

66.4 F July Low Temperature

85.9 F July High Temperature

numbers to know Boyle Circuit Clerk (859) 239-7456 Danville Boyle County Recycling Center (859) 238-1116

Boyle County

household info

cost of living

15,522

$41,681

Total Population

Median Household Income

36.7

$144,088

Median Resident Age

Median Home Price

$633 Estimated Gross Rent for Two-Bedroom Apartment

4,010 Family Households

2,224 Non-family Households

transportation

11.45 Median Travel Time to Work in Minutes Nearest Airport: Blue Grass

1,920 Households With Children

4,316 Households Without Children

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce

2011 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 41.

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Comfort Suites • 936-9300

Bookkeeping Solutions • 583-0798

Commonwealth Cancer Center • 236-2203

A&L Accessories • 236-7411

The Bottle Shoppe, LLC • 236-1965

Communications by Design • 329-7336

Aaron’s Sales & Lease • 238-7565

Boyle Block Co. • 236-7142

Community Arts Center • 236-4054

ABDick/Kopy Kat, Inc. • 806-3708

Boyle County Extension • 236-4484

Community Greeting Service • 236-2737

The Academic Success Center of Kentucky • 613-2290

Boyle County Industrial Foundation • 236-0636

Community Trust Bank • 239-9200

Boyle County Library • 236-8466

Constitution Square • 239-7089

Boyle County Schools • 236-6634

Convention & Visitors Bureau • 236-7794

Ace Hardware & Appliances • 236-5774 Advocate Messenger • 236-2551 Air Evac LifeTeam • 854-0081 Alan Clark • 236-4812 The Allen Co. • 236-2310 American Cellular Inc./ Verizon Wireless • 236-7236 American Greetings • 236-7200 Animal Medical Center • 238-2201 Anita’s Attic • 209-4247 Anodia Systems • (866) 246-2548 The Arts Commission of Danville/Boyle County • 238-0063 The Ashley Inn at Meadow Lake Equestrian Center • 548-4922 AT&T • (502) 875-3508

Branscum Construction Co., Inc. • (270) 866-5107

The Cottage Bed & Breakfast • 236-9642

Brights Bottle Gas • 748-5382

Cottage Interiors • 239-0990

Bob Browne • 254-2180

Country Hearth Inn • 236-8601

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

Cumberland Products, Inc. • 209-4334

Burkes Bakery • 236-5661

Dana Corp. • 236-3960

ButtonHeads • 236-5249

Danville Bike & Footwear • 238-7669

C C.A.R. Express • 236-2002 Cakewalkky • 516-8200 Caldwell & Cook Hearing Services • 236-3865

Calypso Breeze Consulting, Inc. • 332-4484

Atoka, LLC • 236-4591

Camp Horsin Around • 381-9998

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Richard H. Campbell, Jr.

B&E Furniture • 236-6904

Candy Bouquet • 236-5605

B&L Jewelers • 238-0476

Caretenders of the Bluegrass • 236-8956

B.C. Cummins & Co., PLLC • 238-2200

Carol’s Bridal & Gift • 236-3825

Back to Basics Chiropractic, LLC • 236-5562

CASA • 936-3510

Baptist Homes, Inc. • 236-1557

Caterpillar Track Components • 936-2220

Baskin Robbins • 236-4175

Central Kentucky Association of Realtors • 236-3497

Bate Middle School • 238-1305 Battlefield Station • 332-2404 Drs. Beto & Bogardus, PLLC • 236-1130 Better Business Bureau of Central and Eastern Kentucky • (800) 866-6668 Bluegrass Appraisals & Research, Inc. • 236-3283 Bluegrass Area Development District • 239-7004, ext. 232

Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank • 236-4181 Central Kentucky Surgeons, PSC • 236-2222 Central KY Interpreter Referral, Inc. • 236-9888 Centre College • 238-5200 Centre College Career Services • 238-5286 Charleston Health Care Center • 236-9292 Chase • 238-4702

Bluegrass Clinic • (606) 365-8338

A Children’s Place • 236-7176

Bluegrass Community & Technical College • 239-7030

Christian Care Communities

Bluegrass Community Bank • 238-0556 Bluegrass Immediate Care Center • 236-3208

City Art Signs • 236-8219 City of Danville • 238-1200

Bluegrass Pet Pals • 576-6999

Cliffview Retreat and Conference Center • 792-3333

Bluegrass Pizza & Pub • 236-7737

Coldwell Banker VIP Realty • 236-5450

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Craig A. Butler, CPA • 936-0201

Caldwell Stone • 236-6829

Atmos Energy • 236-2300

Custom Air • 236-5417

Burkmann Feeds • 236-0400

Caldwell Body Shop • 238-7051

AT&T Mobility • 236-9071

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Bob Allen Motor Mall • 236-3217

Danville Bottled Water • 238-4134 Danville Bowlarama Lanes, Inc. • 236-6452 Danville Centre for Health & Rehab • 236-3972 Danville Country Club • 236-7197 Danville Eye Center • 236-8644 Danville Family Chiropractic • 239-0022 Danville Family Dentistry • 236-2488 Danville Massage Centre • 236-6373 Danville Office Equipment, Inc. • 236-6618 Danville Orthopedic Associates • 236-8730 Danville Physical Therapy • 238-7650 Danville Save A Lot • 238-7677 Danville Schools • 238-1300 Danville Surgical Associates • 236-0712 Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce • 236-2361 Danville-Boyle County Humane Society • 238-1117 Danville-Boyle County Senior Citizens • 236-2070 Danville/Boyle County Economic Development Partnership • 236-2805 Dart Sanitation • 792-3278 Denham-Blythe Co., Inc. • 255-7405 Dental Associates • 236-9277 Denyo Manufacturing • 236-3405 The Derby Shoppe & Raggs • 236-1211 Digital on Demand • 236-8503 Dixon Design • 238-9498 Durham & Demaree Insurance • 236-2770 Durham Beauty School • 236-6268


Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Heritage Hospice • 236-2425

Lexington Investment Co. • 238-0102

Chris Herron, Attorney • 236-3777

Liberty Mining Consultants • 936-5588

Eastern Kentucky University • 236-6866

Hilliard Lyons • 236-3636

Life’s Custom Woodworking • 733-9939

Eddie Montgomery Steakhouse • 734-3400

Hobart Corp. • 236-7023

Lily Manor Day Spa • 236-1700

Eddie Tamme, PVA • 238-1104

Holiday Inn Express • 236-8600

Lincoln County Chamber • (606) 365-4118

Edward Jones – Bill Griffin • 936-9600

Homeplace Support Services • 936-2010

Liquor Mart • 239-9488

Edward Jones – Jerry Smothers • 936-9157

Hometown Clinic • 236-8268

Little Caesar’s Pizza • 236-1122

Edward Jones – Joe Bunch • 238-7420

Hometown Radio Network • 236-2711

Little Oil Dist. • 236-6463

Elmwood Inn Fine Teas • 332-2400

H2O Designs, Inc. • 548-9893

Little Sign Shop • 238-7391

Enlow & Shahzad Associates in Medicine, PSC • 236-4216

The Hub Coffee Shop • 936-0001

Logue Photography • 236-3905

Hudson & Hudson, PLLC • 236-2854

Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse • 238-9925

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Ephraim McDowell Cardiology • 239-5870

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Ephraim McDowell Health • 239-2409

Lyons Greenleaf BP • 236-7775

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Ephraim McDowell Pulmonology • 239-5860

The Idea Farm • 236-3376

Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center • 239-2409

Image Plus • 401-0134

M&M Sanitation • 936-1600

Impressions the Salon & Spa, LLC • 236-6819

Mallard’s • 936-8103

Infintech • (812) 568-6397

Maple Tree Gallery • 236-0909

Ephraim McDowell Vascular • 239-4840

Anna Ingram

The Martin Agency • 236-6782

ERA Team Realtors • 236-3064

Inter Co. Energy • 236-4561

McAfee Mowing & Landscaping • 236-6969

Ephraim McDowell Spine Physical Therapy • 236-4862

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Eye Associates of Danville, PSC/ Eye Associates Optical • 236-6055

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McClure & McClure Attorneys • 236-4214

J.C. Penney • 236-7709 Jameson Evans Resources • 238-7800

Family Medicine Clinic of Danville • 236-1250

Jeffrey Baird Associates • 236-3048

Family Tire & Service Center • 236-7078

Joann’s Corner Cuts • 236-7854

Farmers Bank & Capital Trust Co. • 238-2602

Job Master Rental, Inc. • 236-7368

Farmers National Bank • 236-2926

Johnson & Pohlmann • 236-5922

Feistritzer • 236-0850

Journal Communications • (800) 333-8842

Finley’s Fun Center • 236-8808

Junction City • 854-3900

Fort Knox Federal Credit Union • 236-2153

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McAnly Realty • 236-6363

John M. Kalk • 936-3112 KC Gymnastics • 236-7175

McDaniel Wealth Management, PLLC • 236-0595 McDowell House Museum • 236-2804 McDowell Place of Danville • 239-4663 McDowell Wellness Center • 936-9355 The Medicine Shoppe • 238-0002 MedSource • 239-1691 Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems KY • 936-4606 Melton’s Deli • 236-9874 Mike Thompson Management • 312-4772 Minuteman Press • 236-4655 Molly’s Flowers • 236-4438

Garrard County Chamber of Commerce • 792-2282

Kentucky Blood Center • 276-2534

Gash Fitzpatrick • 236-5192

Kentucky Eagle, Inc. • 252-3434

Gentle Dental Care • 236-6181

Kentucky School for the Deaf • 239-7017

GiGi’s Boutique • 239-9223

Kentucky School of Okinawan Martial Arts • 748-5136

Mr. Miser Food Mart • 332-7603

Kentucky Trust Co. • 239-9000

Myrtle’s Market on Main • 236-0644

Giovanni’s Pizza & Italian Buffet • 236-1455 Go Fetch Marketing & Design • (606) 425-0527 GoGo Gorillas! Fun Center • 238-9717 The Golden Lion Bed & Breakfast • 583-1895 Good Neighbor Pharmacy • 936-1222 The Great American Brass Band Festival • 319-8426

Kentucky Utilities • (800) 981-0600 Kerbaugh & Rodes • 236-3924 Kid’s Alley • 236-5437 Kids Can Do Pediatric Therapy Center • 239-6670 Kirk Schlea Photography & Visual Arts • 332-7562

The Great American Dollhouse Museum • 583-8000

Kiwanis

Greenleaf Plant Food, Inc. • 236-2861

Kleckners Collision Center, Inc. • 236-7208

Greenline Implement, Inc. • 236-8500

Knight Hawk Security Services • 236-6989

H Hampton Inn • 236-6200 Harrodsburg Herald • 734-2726 Harrodsburg/Mercer County Chamber • 734-2365 Harvesting Hope Food Pantry • 209-4182

Morley’s Wheel Service • 236-4454 Morning Glory Manor & Cottage B&B • 236-1888 Mosaik • 209-4339

N Nash, Cleveland & Godfrey • 236-5062 National College of Business & Technology • 236-6991 Nationwide Insurance Darnell & Associates Insurance Agency • 236-5188 Nesco Resource • 238-0058 New York Life Insurance Co. • 238-7232

Barry Kowalik, OD, PSC • 236-8093

Northwestern Mutual • 236-7468

Kroger • 236-3987

Not Just Antiques in Danville • 239-0088

Forest Kuhn, MD • 236-1080

Nutrition Center & Massage • 936-2124

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KY Stage • 238-5432

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O’Charley’s #413 • 936-8040

Health First Chiropractic • 236-5129

LaFiesta Grande • 238-0544

Off Centre Laundry & Tanning • 236-0999

Heart of Danville • 236-1909

Lanham Media Services • (502) 695-4472

Office Depot • 936-1610

Heart of Kentucky United Way • 238-6986

A Lasting Impression • 236-7118

Old Bridge Golf Club & Subdivision • 238-9629

Heartland Veterinary Hospital • 238-7500

Lee Stephens • 236-0237

One Vision Motorsports, LLC • 936-RIDE

Helton, Erwin & Associates • 236-4520

Lee’s Famous Recipe • 236-8777

Orange Cat Productions • 854-3243

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Star Construction • 209-4262

P&H Truck & Trailer Repair • 734-3373

Star Home USA • 319-4000

Packs Nursery • 854-3901

State Farm – Bob Miller • 236-4201

The Pampered Chef • 936-1272

Stifel Nicolaus • 236-1588

Panasonic Home Appliances Co. of America • 238-3426

Stith Funeral Home • 236-2113

Boyle County Public Library www.boylepublib.org

Papa John’s • 236-9999

Stuart Powell Ford Mazda • 236-8917

Party Hop’n • 583-3621

Studio la belle Vie • 236-9774

Boyle County Schools www.boyle.kyschools.us

Patrick Cooper Painting Contractor, Inc. • 332-4934

The Style Shop • 936-2005

Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank www.centralkyfsb.com

Patriot Income Tax Service, LLC • 238-0066

Sunrise Children’s Services • 236-5507 Symbiotix • 236-7942

PBK Bank • 238-2265

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PDQ Taxi, LLC • 516-2098

City of Danville & Boyle County www.danvilleky.org

Perryville Market • 605-0053

Tele Data Communications • 332-4222

Personal Finance Co., LLC • 236-0013

The 10th Planet, LLC • 236-4488

Commonwealth Cancer Center www.commonwealthcancercenter.com

Pet Buddies, LLC • 576-6999

TheatrEXpands • 516-1802

Pioneer Playhouse of Danville • 236-2747

13 One Training • 583-0301

Crawford Insurance Agency

Pioneer Vocational • 236-8413

Thoroughbred Threads, LLC • 236-0224

Danville Cardiovascular Consultants www.danvillecardiology.com

PNC Bank • 238-1034

303 West

Danville Schools www.danvilleschools.net Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partner www.betterindanville.com Ephraim McDowell Health www.emhealth.org

Premier Limousine • 326-5466

Time Warner Cable • 626-4840

Preston Pruitt Funeral Home • 236-4343

Timothy Bidwell, Inc. • 339-0445

Prudential Guerrant Real Estate • 236-6680

Tinder Krauss Tinder • 238-9494 Travel Leaders • 236-0000

R Rainbow Cleaners • 236-4274 Rehabilitation Services at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center • 239-1515

Trinity Episcopal Church • 236-3374 The Twisted Sifter • (520) 270-0275 Tye Financial Group • 236-8793

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ERA Team Realtors www.eracentralky.com

Rehabilitation Services at McDowell Wellness Center • 936-7230

United Warehousing Co., LLC • 236-0773

Reno’s Roadhouse • 936-1385

US Bank • 236-5418

Farmers National Bank www.fnbky.com

Rexel-Danville • 236-0880

USA Signs, LLC

Fort Knox Federal Credit Union www.fortknoxfcu.org

RR Donnelley • 238-2401

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Robinson, Hughes & Christopher • 236-6628

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V – the Market • 236-9774 Vantage Engineering • 734-0560

Hampton Inn www.danvilleky.hamptoninn.com

Saffron’s Funky Finds • 583-9422

Vend Fresh Food Service • 236-6765

Salon on 4th • 236-4516

VIP Auction Co. • 236-1852

Hobart Corporation www.hobartcorp.com

Salvation Army Thrift Store • 236-0457

Inter County Energy Cooperative www.intercountyenergy.net Life Custom Woodworking www.lifecustomwood.com Norton Center for the Arts www.nortoncenter.com Panasonic

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Spirit Chevrolet Buick, Inc. • 734-7736

Schlea Visual Arts & Photography • 332-7562 Scott Scutchfield • 236-0641 SDK Apparel & Promotional Products • (888) 448-9424

W Wal-Mart • 236-9572 Dr. Mark Ward • 236-3121 WDFB 1170AM/88.1 FM • 236-9333 Robert Webster, DMD • 236-1912

Selfrefind • (866) 755-4258

Weldquip • 239-9353

Servpro • 887-1123

West T. Hill Community Theatre • 236-8607

Renee Setters, Independent Project Assistance • 209-4332 Sharon’s Car Service • 583-2093

Wilderness Trace Child Development Center • 236-0878 Wilderness Trace Family YMCA • 236-0359

RR Donnelley www.rrd.com

Sharpe Construction • 236-1479

Stifel Nicolaus www.perrosgroup.com

Shelter Insurance • 238-2163

The Spine Center of Central Kentucky

Salli S. Slone, MD • 236-0916

Yesterday’s Potions, LLC • 236-6663

Sodexo • 236-2744

Yount Construction & Properties • 236-8889

Yount Properties www.yountproperties.com

Southern Hospitality Center, Inc. • (502) 749-2845

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Kay Sheldon

Wiley Electrical Contractor, LLC • 239-9300 Woodrum Plaza and Properties • 324-0303

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Simply Silver • 236-1707

Southland Christian Church – Danville Campus • (877) 337-1600

Z Zaxby’s • 236-9133


Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce

2011 Business Guide The following information was provided by the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce. The area code is 859, the city is Danville and the state is Kentucky, unless otherwise noted. Accessories – Purses & Jewelry

Appliances – Hardware

A&L Accessories Ann Clay Harris • 236-7411 326 W. Main St., Ste. 100, 40422 aandlaccessories@aol.com

Ace Hardware & Appliances George Cunningham • 236-5774, Fax: 236-7990 975 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 27, 40422 a_hardware@bellsouth.net

Accountants

Appraisals

Craig A. Butler, CPA 936-0201, Fax: 936-0203 131 N. Fourth St., 40422

Bluegrass Appraisals & Research, Inc. Kevin Caudill • 236-3283, (888) 269-8320, Fax: 236-3283 215 W. Main St. (rear), P.O. Box 282, 40422 blugrass@mis.net

Kerbaugh & Rodes 236-3924, Fax: 236-6435 132 S. Second St., P.O. Box 729, 40423 info@kerbaughandrodes.com www.kerbaughandrodes.com McDaniel Wealth Management, PLLC Tim McDaniel • 236-0595 110 N. First St., 40422 www.mcdanielwealthmanagement.com Robinson, Hughes & Christopher 236-6628, Fax: 236-6660 459 W. M.L. King Blvd., P.O. Box 880, 40423 www.rhccpas.com Administrative Renee Setters, Independent Project Assistance Renee Setters • 209-4332, Fax: 209-4332 674 Kings Ridge Rd., 40422 www.reneesetters-ipa.com Advertising The Idea Farm Ron Jackson • 236-3376, Fax: 236-3396 464 W. Broadway, P.O. Box 1457, 40423 ron@theideafarm.net www.theideafarm.net Advertising & Graphic Design Communications by Design Joshua Fuqua • 329-7336 128 Bold Venture, 40422 Go Fetch Marketing & Design Brad Howard • (606) 425-0527 203 Woodline Dr., Somerset, 42503 bmhoward@goftechmarketing.com www.gofetchmarketing.com Advertising – Specialties SDK Apparel & Promotional Products (888) 448-9424, Fax: 792-9424 202 Royalty Dr., Lancaster, 40444 sdkenterprises@msn.com Agribusinesses Burkmann Feeds David Williams • 236-0400, Fax: 236-7307 1111 Perryville Rd., 40422 dwilliams@burkmann.com www.burkmann.com Greenleaf Plant Food, Inc. Philip Nichols • 236-2861, Fax: 236-2098 410 Vaksdahl Ave., P.O. Box 113, 40423 nicholsphilip@bellsouth.net

Arts & Creativity Training TheatrEXpands Susan Pope • 516-1802 509 E. Walnut St., 40422 www.susanpope.com/iWeb/susanpope/ TheatrEXpands.html Arts & Culture Community Arts Center Mary Beth Touchstone • 236-4054 401 W. Main St., 40422 info@communityartscenter.net www.communityartscenter.net Assisted Living Homes Baptist Homes, Inc. Stacy Evans • 236-1557, Fax: 236-1553 1004 Argyll Woods Dr., 40422 bhidanville@bellsouth.net www.baptisthomesinc.com Attorneys Helton, Erwin & Associates Eph Helton • 236-4520, Fax: 236-5650 P.O. Box 137, 40423 ewhelton@bellsouth.net Chris Herron, Attorney 236-3777, Fax: 236-3744 409 W. Main St., P.O. Box 459, 40423 chriskherron@bellsouth.net Hudson & Hudson, PLLC Josh Hudson • 236-2854, Fax: 236-2856 P.O. Box 294, 40423 joshjhudson@bellsouth.net McClure & McClure Attorneys George McClure • 236-4214, Fax: 236-6636 120 N. Third St., P.O. Box 214, 40423 attygeorge@bellsouth.net Auctions – Auctioneers

Spirit Chevrolet Buick, Inc. Ken Cusic • 734-7736, Fax: 734-5158 P.O. Box 288, Harrodsburg, 40330 www.spirit-chevrolet.com Stuart Powell Ford Mazda Stuart Powell • 236-8917, (800) 334-0005, Fax: 238-1188 225 S. Danville Bypass, P.O. Box 1335, 40423 www.stuartpowell.com Automotive Caldwell Body Shop Eddie Caldwell • 238-7051, Fax: 236-3493 1215 Lebanon Rd., 40422 caldwellbodyshop@bellsouth.net Family Tire & Service Center Terry Magaldi • 236-7078, Fax: 236-4451 521 S. Third St., 40422 tmagaldi@sstire.com Kleckners Collision Center, Inc. Earl & Trudy Kleckner • 236-7208, Fax: 236-7208 100 Thoroughbred Dr., 40422 earlk2@bellsouth.net Morley’s Wheel Service Joe Morley • 236-4454 234 E. Walnut St., 40422 Bakeries Burkes Bakery Patty Burke • 236-5661 121 W. Main St., 40422 Banks & Financial Institutions Bluegrass Community Bank Larry Thygesen • 238-0556 113 Smoky Way, P.O. Box 289, 40423 lthygesen@bluegrasscomunitybank.com www.bluegrasscommunitybank.com Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank William Johnson • 236-4181, Fax: 236-4363 340 W. Main St., P.O. Box 400, 40423 www.centralkyfsb.com Chase Jodi Arnold • 238-4702 237 W. Main St., 40422 www.chase.com Community Trust Bank Dave Maynard • 239-9200, Fax: 239-9275 462 W. Main St., P.O. Box 1458, 40423 www.ctbi.com

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

Farmers Bank & Capital Trust Co. Bobby Powell • 238-2602, Fax: 238-2612 1035 Ben Ali Dr., P.O. Box 1315, 40423 www.farmersbankky.com

Audio – Video & Home Theaters

Farmers National Bank Greg Caudill • 236-2926, Fax: 238-7432 304 W. Main St., P.O. Box 28, 40423 greg.caudill@fnbky.com www.fnbky.com

Buffalo Springs Audio/Video Design, Inc. John Caywood • (606) 365-4040, Fax: (606) 365-2020 505 Lancaster St., Stanford, 40484 Audiology – Hearing Aid Sales & Services

Antiques

Automobile Dealers

Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Linda Hamilton • 236-2153, Fax: 236-7675 312 Skywatch Dr., Danville, P.O. Box 900, Radcliff, 40159 lkhamilton@fortknoxfcu.net www.fortknoxfcu.org

Not Just Antiques in Danville Cliff Dunne • 239-0088, Fax: 236-0086 1000 E. Lexington Ave. Ste. 36, 40422 cliffdunne@kywimax.com www.notjustantiquesindanville.com

Bob Allen Motor Mall Bob Allen • 236-3217, (877) 773-3217, Fax: 236-8670 725 Maple Ave., 40422 info@boballenmotormall.com www.boballenmotormall.com

Kentucky Trust Co. Alan Turbyfill • 239-9000, Fax: 239-9003 218 W. Main St., 40422 info@ktcsolutions.net www.ktcsolutions.net

Greenline Implement, Inc. Alec Russell • 236-8500, Fax: 236-5900 1401 Minor Rd., 40422 alec@greenlineimplement.com www.greenlineimplement.com

Caldwell & Cook Hearing Services Pat Cook • 236-3865, (888) 843-9558, Fax: 236-1690 3940 S. Danville Bypass, 40422 www.caldwellandcook.com

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce PBK Bank Mae Renner • 238-2265, Fax: 238-7622 P.O. Box 86, 40423 www.pbkbank.com

The Twisted Sifter Pamela Birt • (520) 270-0275 128 Church St., 40422 www.thetwistedsifter.com

PNC Bank Stacy Sellers • 238-1034, Fax: 238-1037 121 S. Fourth St., 40422 stacy.sellers@pnc.com www.pnc.com

Car Service

US Bank Dwayne Maddox • 236-5418, Fax: 236-5432 111 S. Fourth St., 40422 www.usbank.com Banquet Halls – Wedding Halls Southern Hospitality Center, Inc. Pinkey Newton • (502) 749-2845, Fax: (502) 749-2845 375 Community Center Dr., Hustonville, 40437, 13003 Hidden Springs Rd., Louisville, 40272 Bed & Breakfasts The Ashley Inn at Meadow Lake Equestrian Center Laurie Snyder • 548-4922, Fax: 548-2497 9863 Lexington Rd., Lancaster, 40444 laurie@ashleyinnbandb.com www.ashleyinnbandb.com The Cottage Bed & Breakfast Chris Kubale • 236-9642 2826 Lexington Rd., 40422 www.cottageofdanville.com The Golden Lion Bed & Breakfast 583-1895, Fax: (866) 453-5466 243 N. Third St., 40422 jonesgenealogist@aol.com www.thegoldenlionbb.com Morning Glory Manor & Cottage B&B Lin Walter Bauer • 236-1888 244 E. Lexington Ave., 40422 morningglory@kih.net www.kentuckybb.com/morningglorym.html Bicycles Danville Bike & Footwear Ernst Crown-Weber • 238-7669, Fax: 238-7669 417 W. Main St., 40422 www.danvillebikeandfootwear.com Bookkeeping Bookkeeping Solutions Marsha Camenisch • 583-0798, Fax: (606) 365-7743 217 Jane Trail, 40422 patriottax@gmail.com Timothy Bidwell, Inc. Tim Bidwell • 339-0445 120 E. Main St., Ste. 3, 40422

Car Washes C.A.R. Express Alan Clark • 236-2002 306 Skywatch Dr., 40422 Caterers

Southland Christian Church – Danville Campus Cynthia Willison • (877) 337-1600, Fax: 293-2912 1001 Ben Ali Dr., Ste. 2, 40422 cwillison@southlandchristian.org www.SouthlandChristian.org/danville Trinity Episcopal Church • 236-3374 320 W. Main St., 40422 office@trinitydanville.org www.trinitydanville.org Civic Clubs Kiwanis Kathy McBee P.O. Box 746, 40423

Atoka, LLC Tim Dievert • 236-4591, Fax: 236-2640 5066 Perryville Rd., 40422 tdievert@dievertsales.com www.dievertsales.com

Clothing

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

Lee Stephens Kelly Coffey • 236-0237, Fax: 236-5948 350 S. Fourth St., 40422

Sodexo Roy Platt • 236-2744, Fax: 236-3663 600 W. Walnut St., 40422 Certified Public Accountants Calypso Breeze Consulting, Inc. Carolyn Russell, CPA • 332-4484 P.O. Box 66, Perryville, 40468 carolyn@calypsobreeze.com www.calypsobreeze.com Robinson, Hughes & Christopher 236-6628, Fax: 236-6660 459 W. M.L. King Blvd., P.O. Box 880, 40423 www.rhccpas.com

Anita’s Attic Anita Carey • 209-4247 420A W. Walnut, 40422 anitasattic@live.com

Coffee Houses The Hub Coffee Shop Jim Davis • 936-0001, Fax: 366-0080 236 W. Main St., 40422 jimd@qx.net www.thehubcoffeehousencafe.com Community Welcome Community Greeting Service • 236-2737 2025 Cardinal Dr., 40422 firstoncardinal@yahoo.com Construction

Chambers of Commerce

The Allen Co. Jim Morris • 236-2310 3009 Atkinson Ave., Ste. 300, Lexington, 40509

Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Paula Fowler • 236-2361, Fax: 236-2361 304 S. Fourth St., 40422 info@danvilleboylechamber.com www.danvilleboylechamber.com

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

Garrard County Chamber of Commerce Amy Cloud • 792-2282, Fax: 792-2282 308 Maple St., P.O. Box 462, Lancaster, 40444 garrardchamber@gmail.com www.garrardchamber.com

Denham-Blythe Co., Inc. Mike Cox • 255-7405, Fax: 233-4073 100 Trade St., Lexington, 40511 mcox@denhamblythe.com www.denhamblythe.com

Harrodsburg/Mercer County Chamber Jill Cutler • 734-2365 488 Price Ave., Harrodsburg, 40330 www.mercerchamber.com

Sharpe Construction • 236-1479 385 Spears Ln., P.O. Box 1442, 40423 sharpeco@mis.net www.sharpeco.net

Jeffrey Baird Associates • 236-3048 P.O. Box 832, 40423

Lincoln County Chamber (606) 365-4118, Fax: (606) 365-4118 201 E. Main St., Stanford, 40484 director@lincolncountychamber.com www.lincolncountychamber.com

Jameson Evans Resources Debbie Wagner • 238-7800, Fax: 238-1390 416 S. Fourth St., 40422 debbiewagner14@gmail.com

Building Contractors

Child Care

Yount Construction & Properties Lee Yount • 236-8889, Fax: 236-6230 P.O. Box 1843, 40423 yountproperties@bellsouth.net www.yountproperties.com

A Children’s Place Danielle Dampier • 236-7176, Fax: 238-7819 1541 Lebanon Rd., 40422 www.emhealth.org

Bottled Water Sales Danville Bottled Water Don Embree • 238-4134, (800) 737-4134, Fax: 238-2150 660 David Ave., P.O. Box 755, 40423 Builders

Building Materials Boyle Block Co. Mark Hutchens • 236-7142, Fax: 236-4227 1627 Stanford Rd., P.O. Box 388, 40423 www.boyleblock.com Cabinetry & Countertops – Custom Life’s Custom Woodworking 733-9939, Fax: 733-4770 3030 Battlefield Rd., Perryville, 40468 david@lifecustomwood.com www.lifecustomwood.com Cakes Cakewalkky Sandra Hill • 516-8200, Fax: 332-8300 1322 Hustonville Rd., P.O. Box 12, Perryville, 40468 chill8300@att.net www.cakewalkky.com

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Sharon’s Car Service Sharon Johnson • 583-2093 216 N. St., 40422 john5477@bellsouth.net

Churches

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Children’s Specialty Stores Kid’s Alley 236-5437, Fax: 236-5437 506 S. Fourth St., 40422 doriscessna@bellsouth.net

Consultants

Liberty Mining Consultants Thomas McClain • 936-5588, Fax: 936-5599 P.O. Box 662, 40423 liberty@mis.net www.libertyminingconsultants.com Mike Thompson Management Mike Thompson • 312-4772 2256 Bonhaven Rd., Lexington, 40515 drummert@insightbb.com www.mikemanages.com

Chiropractors

Consulting

Back to Basics Chiropractic, LLC Craig Arnold • 236-5562, Fax: 236-5564 1420 Hustonville Rd., 40422 kycatblu@bellsouth.net

The Academic Success Center of Kentucky Carol Brown • 613-2290 cbrown@academicsuccesscenterky.com www.academicsuccesscenterky.com

Danville Family Chiropractic Dennis Short • 239-0022, Fax: 239-0044 434 W. Walnut St., 40422 Health First Chiropractic Mike Marshall • 236-5129, Fax: 236-2867 3998 S. Danville Bypass, Ste. 102, 40422 hfc2000@mis.net

Convenience Stores Lyons Greenleaf BP Floyd Lyons • 236-7775 700 E. Lexington Ave., 40422 Mr. Miser Food Mart • 332-7603 P.O. Box 217, Perryville, 40468


Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Cosmetology – Nail Technology Durham Beauty School Charlene Benge • 236-6268 100 Fox Harbor, 40422 www.durhambeautyschool.com Counselors B.C. Cummins & Co., PLLC Chrissy Cummins • 238-2200, Fax: 238-2271 326 W. Main St., Ste. 203, P.O. Box 1627, 40423 abcchristina2@bellsouth.net Country Clubs Danville Country Club 236-7197, Fax: 236-5148 1486 Lexington Rd., 40422 Credit Card Processing Infintech Joe Willett • (812) 568-6397, Fax: (812) 967-9554 15350 Cemetary Rd., Evansville, IN 47725 Joe.willett@infintechllc.com www.infintechllc.com Credit Unions Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Linda Hamilton • 236-2153, Fax: 236-7675 312 Skywatch Dr., Danville, P.O. Box 900, Radcliff, 40159 lkhamilton@fortknoxfcu.net www.fortknoxfcu.org Cruises Travel Leaders Debbie Sebastian • 236-0000, Fax: 236-0827 1322 Lebanon Rd., 40422 www.travelleaders.com/danvilleKY/index.htm Dental Manufacturers Anodia Systems Dr. Thad Overmyer • (866) 246-2548, Fax: (866) 926-8246 109 Larrimore Ln., 40422 tjovermyer@mintakleen.com www.mintakleen.com Dental Surgeons Drs. Beto & Bogardus, PLLC Sherry Peavler • 236-1130, (800) 609-7899, Fax: 239-9384 400 S. Fourth St., 40422 www.danvilleoms.com Dentists Danville Family Dentistry Ross, Neal, Iqbal & Popplewell • 236-2488, Fax: 236-1647 132 N. Second St., 40422 Dental Associates John Robertson • 236-9277, Fax: 236-9295 1000 E. Lexington Ave., Ste. 9, 40422 Gentle Dental Care 236-6181, Fax: 236-5435 416 W. Walnut, Ste. C, 40422 bridgettecoulter@bellsouth.net Robert Webster, DMD 236-1912, Fax: 236-4589 359-B S. Fourth St., 40422 Department Stores J.C. Penney 236-7709, Fax: 236-7709 1560 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 301, 40422 ddahl2@jcpenney.com www.jcpenney.com Diesel Mechanics & Trailer Repair P&H Truck & Trailer Repair Brian & Tammy Pyle • 734-3373, Fax: 734-7164 715 Cornishville Rd., Harrodsburg, 40330 Discount Stores Wal-Mart • 236-9572 100 Walton Ave., 40422 www.walmart.com Distribution Alan Clark Alane Mills • 236-4812, Fax: 236-4814 20 Gose Pk., 40422

Kentucky Eagle, Inc. Ann McBrayer • 252-3434, Fax: 226-0375 2440 Innovation Dr., Lexington, 40511 www.kyeagle.net United Warehousing Co., LLC Richard Kerbaugh • 236-0773, Fax: 238-7776 1800 Kate Ave., P.O. Box 65, 40423 rskerbaugh@unitedwarehousing.net www.unitedwarehousing.net Dry Cleaners Rainbow Cleaners Jim Carrico • 236-4274, Fax: 236-5882 504 S. Fourth St., 40422 jimbo.rainbow@adelphia.net

Embroidery SDK Apparel & Promotional Products (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., 40422 www.go10thplanet.com Thoroughbred Threads, LLC Marty Sullivan • 236-0224, Fax: 236-0224 219 W. Main St., 40422 embthreads@bellsouth.net www.tthreads.com

Economic Development

Employment Services

Boyle County Industrial Foundation Jody Lassiter • 236-0636, Fax: 236-3197 304 S. Fourth St., 40422 jody@betterindanville.com www.betterindanville.com

Nesco Resource 238-0058, Fax: 238-7708 975 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 11, 40422 jprewitt@nescoresource.com www.nescoresource.com

Danville/Boyle County Economic Development Partnership Jody Lassiter • 236-2805, Fax: 236-3197 304 S. Fourth St., 40422 www.betterindanville.com Education The Academic Success Center of Kentucky Carol Brown • 613-2290 cbrown@academicsuccesscenterky.com www.academicsuccesscenterky.com Bate Middle School Mike Godbey • 238-1305 460 Stanford Rd., 40422 mgodbey@danville.kyschools.us www.danville.kyschools.us Bluegrass Community & Technical College Erin Tipton • 239-7030, Fax: 239-7710 59 Corporate Dr., 40422 www.bluegrass.kctcs.edu Boyle County Extension Jerry Little • 236-4484, Fax: 236-4484 446 N. Danville Bypass, 40422 jlittle@uky.edu Boyle County Schools Mike Lafavers • 236-6634, Fax: 236-8624 352 N. Danville Bypass, 40422 www.boyle.kyschools.us Centre College John Roush • 238-5200, Fax: 238-5219 600 W. Walnut, 40422 www.centre.edu

Engineering Vantage Engineering Kendal Wise • 734-0560, Fax: 734-0561 2038 Danville Rd., Harrodsburg, 40330 admin@vantageky.com www.vantageky.com Entertainment Finley’s Fun Center Brandi Johnson • 236-8808, Fax: 864-7764 1356 S. Laurel Rd., London, 40744 brandi@finleysfuncenter.com www.finelysfuncenter.com GoGo Gorillas! Fun Center Crystal Nichols • 238-9717, Fax: 239-9494 2900 S. Danville Bypass, 40422 cnichols@gogogorillas.com www.gogogorillas.com Festivals The Great American Brass Band Festival Niki Kincaid • 319-8426, Fax: 236-9134 P.O. Box 429, 40423 www.gabbf.com Financial – Loans Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Linda Hamilton • 236-2153, Fax: 236-7675 312 Skywatch Dr., Danville, P.O. Box 900, Radcliff, 40159 lkhamilton@fortknoxfcu.net www.fortknoxfcu.org Financial Planning

Centre College Career Services Deborah Jones • 238-5286, Fax: 238-5757 600 W. Walnut St., 40422 deb.jones@centre.edu www.centre.edu

Kentucky Trust Co. Alan Turbyfill • 239-9000, Fax: 239-9003 218 W. Main St., 40422 info@ktcsolutions.net www.ktcsolutions.net

Danville Schools Dr. Carmen Coleman • 238-1300 152 E. Martin Luther King Blvd., 40422

McDaniel Wealth Management, PLLC Tim McDaniel • 236-0595 110 N. First St., 40422 www.mcdanielwealthmanagement.com

Eastern Kentucky University Cindy Peck • 236-6866, Fax: 236-0678 1560 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 241, 40422 Kentucky School for the Deaf 239-7017, Fax: 936-6830 303 S. Second St., P.O. Box 27, 40423 www.ksd.kyschools.us National College of Business & Technology Lee Bowling • 236-6991, Fax: 236-1063 115 E. Lexington Ave., 40422 www.national-college.edu Electrical Contractors Rexel-Danville Keene Jones • 236-0880, Fax: 236-6956 4030 Hwy. 150 Bypass, 40422 kjones@rexelusa.com Wiley Electrical Contractor, LLC Christian Wiley • 239-9300, Fax: 239-9310 3437 KY Hwy. 2141, Stanford, 40484 www.wileyelectrical.com

Stifel Nicolaus Mike Perros • 236-1588, Fax: 236-1945 301 W. Main St., 40423 perrosm@stifel.com www.perrosgroup.com Tye Financial Group Tom Tye • 236-8793, Fax: 236-7149 141 N. Third St., 40422 tom.tye@lpl.com www.lpl.com Financial Planning – Services New York Life Insurance Co. Paula Lanham • 238-7232 P.O. Box 2150, 40423 pfox@ft.newyorklife.com Tye Financial Group Tom Tye • 236-8793, Fax: 236-7149 141 N. Third St., 40422 tom.tye@lpl.com www.lpl.com

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Gas & Service Stations

Lexington Investment Co. Roger “Erv” Yankey • 238-0102, Fax: 238-1311 127 W. Main St., 40422 roger@lexinvest.com www.lexinvest.com

Lyons Greenleaf BP Floyd Lyons • 236-7775 700 E. Lexington Ave., 40422

Personal Finance Co., LLC Carrie Mann • 236-0013 475 W. Main St., P.O. Box 1168, 40423 carolyn.mann@pfcloan.com www.personalfinancecompany.com Fitness McDowell Wellness Center Dee Coffey • 936-9355, Fax: 238-0171 1107 Ben Ali Dr., 40422 www.mcdowellwellness.org 13 One Training Adam Johnson • 583-0301 615 N. Third St., 40422 adam.johnson@gmail.com www.13onetraining.com

Maple Tree Gallery Ben & Julie Nelson • 236-0909 225 W. Main St., 40422 mapletreegallery@bellsouth.net www.mymapletreegallery.com Myrtle’s Market on Main Alison Craig • 236-0644 217 W. Main St., 40422 myrtlesmarket@roadrunner.com Golf Danville Country Club 236-7197, Fax: 236-5148 1486 Lexington Rd., 40422 Old Bridge Golf Club & Subdivision Bruce Brown • 238-9629 No. 1 Old Bridge Rd., 40422 oldbridgegolfclub@hotmail.com www.oldbridgeinc.com

Flooring Cumberland Products, Inc. Charles Lopez • 209-4334 50 Commerce Pkwy., Hodgenville, 42748 Florists Candy Bouquet Eva Pollard • 236-5605 1202 Hustonville Rd., 40422 candybouquet585@bellsouth.net www.candybouquetcountry.com A Lasting Impression Sandy Griffin • 236-7118 116 E. Main St., Ste. 1, 40422 kyflorist@yahoo.com www.kyflorist.com Molly’s Flowers Molly Jacobus • 236-4438, Fax: 235-5203 465 S. Fourth St., 40422 www.mollysflowers.com Food Specialties Elmwood Inn Fine Teas Bruce Richardson • 332-2400, Fax: 332-7940 205 E. Fourth St., Perryville, 40468 www.elmwoodinn.com Framing Maple Tree Gallery Ben & Julie Nelson • 236-0909 225 W. Main St., 40422 mapletreegallery@bellsouth.net www.mymapletreegallery.com Fuels – Wholesale – Retail Brights Bottle Gas Steve Vinyard • 748-5382, Fax: 748-5345 P.O. Box 321, Burgin, 40310

Government Richard H. Campbell, Jr. P.O. Drawer 107, 40423 City of Danville Paul Stansbury • 238-1200 445 W. Main St., P.O. Box 670, 40423 www.danvilleky.org Eddie Tamme, PVA 238-1104, Fax: 238-1131 321 W. Main St., 40422 eddies.tamme@ky.gov www.boylepva.com Junction City Susan Music • 854-3900 P.O. Box 326, Junction City, 40440 Graphic Design Dixon Design Dana & John Dixon • 238-9498, Fax: 236-1059 324 W. Broadway, 40422 www.dixondesign.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 238-7677, Fax: (270) 465-8187 1085 E. Lexington Rd., 40422 www.savergroup.com Kroger Danny Smith • 236-3987 200 Skywatch Dr., 40422 Gymnastics

Danville Centre for Health & Rehab Elecia Smith • 236-3972, Fax: 236-0703 642 N. Third St., 40422 www.danvillecentre.com Ephraim McDowell Health Vicki A. Darnell • 239-2409, Fax: 239-6709 217 S. Third St., 40422 www.emhealth.org Heritage Hospice Janelle Wheeler • 236-2425, Fax: 236-6152 120 Enterprise Dr., P.O. Box 1213, 40423 hospice9@bellsouth.net www.heritagehospice.com Selfrefind Keith Tiemeyer • (866) 755-4258, Fax: 936-5244 116 N. First St., 40422 ktiemeyer@selfrefind.com www.selfrefind.com Health Care – Blood Centers Kentucky Blood Center Bruce Maples • 276-2534, Fax: 233-4166 3121 Beaumont Centre Cir., Lexington, 40513 bmaples@kybloodcenter.org www.kybloodcenter.org Health Food Stores Nutrition Center & Massage Jennette Hollon • 936-2124, Fax: 936-2126 802 S. 4th St., 40422 nutc2@bellsouth.net www.nutritionalcenters.com Hearing Aids Tinder Krauss Tinder • 238-9494 2134 Nicholasville Rd., Lexington, 40503 www.tkthearing.com Heating – Cooling Custom Air James Cress • 236-5417, Fax: 238-7782 202 Ford St., 40422 Feistritzer Eddie Feistritzer • 236-0850, Fax: 236-0851 105 Man O War Dr., 40422 www.trane.com Historical Sites Constitution Square Jack Bailey • 239-7089, Fax: 239-7694 134 S. Second St., 40422 www.parks.ky.gov McDowell House Museum Carol Senn • 236-2804, Fax: 236-2804 125 S. Second St., 40422 mcdhse@kih.net www.mcdowellhouse.com Home Health Care

Little Oil Dist. 236-6463, Fax: 236-6470 P.O. Box 201, 40423 info@littleoil.com

KC Gymnastics Mike & Kathy Case • 236-7175 124 Letton Ave., 40422 mcase@mis.net

Caretenders of the Bluegrass Gwendolyn Robinson • 236-8956, Fax: 236-6169 101 Ponder Court, Ste. A, 40422 www.caretenders.com

Funeral Homes

Hair Salons

Preston Pruitt Funeral Home Curt Demrow • 236-4343, Fax: 236-4435 331 S. Fourth St., P.O. Box 370, 40423 curt.demrow@carriageservices.com www.preston-pruitt.com

Impressions the Salon & Spa, LLC Jeanna Hutchinson • 236-6819 100-A Baughman Ave., 40422 impressbybj@bellsouth.net

MedSource Nathan Moore • 239-1691 150 S. Third St., 40422 www.emhealth.org

Stith Funeral Home Mary Hamlin • 236-2113, Fax: 236-1462 318 W. Broadway, 40422 stithfuneralhome@hotmail.com www.stithfuneralhome.net Furniture Aaron’s Sales & Lease Amy Stepp • 238-7565, Fax: 238-7566 1404 Hustonville Rd., 40422 f829@aaronrents.com B&E Furniture John Begley • 236-6904, Fax: 236-1762 1204 Hustonville Rd., 40422 www.bandefurn.com

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Gift Shops

Charleston Health Care Center Kay Thurmond • 236-9292 203 Bruce Ct., P.O. Box 426, 40423 kay.t.chcc@gmail.com

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Home Improvements

Joann’s Corner Cuts JoAnn Edwards • 236-7854 341 S. Fourth St., Ste. 102, 40422 bjhedwards@bellsouth.net

Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse Boone Setters • 238-9925, Fax: 239-9069 51 May Blvd., 40422 boone.b.setters@store.lowes.com www.lowes.com

Salon on 4th Brad Simmons • 236-4516, Fax: 332-4433 460 S. Fourth St., 40422 brads@kylandsales.com www.salononfourth.com

Hospitals

Health Care Air Evac LifeTeam Donald Hare • 854-0081, Fax: 854-0083 418 Airport Rd., 40422 haredon@air-evac.com www.lifeteam.net

Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Vicki A. Darnell • 239-2409, Fax: 239-6709 217 S. Third St., 40422 www.emrmc.org Hotels Comfort Suites Carol Patel • 936-9300, Fax: 239-9987 864 Ben Ali Dr., 40422 www.choicehotels.com


Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Hampton Inn Shai Marshall • 236-6200, Fax: 936-0271 100 Montgomery Way, 40422 dvkky_hampton@hilton.com www.danvilleky.hamptoninn.com

Northwestern Mutual Hugh Hines • 236-7468, Fax: 236-8283 P.O. Box 1336, 40423 hedgevillehg@yahoo.com www.nmfn.com

Individuals

Shelter Insurance Keith Cooper • 238-2163, Fax: 238-2163 905 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 3, 40422 kcooper@shelterinsurance.com www.shelterinsurance.com/keithcooper

Bob Browne • 254-2180 163 Old Bridge Rd., 40422 W. Irvine Fox 1 Charleston Greene, 40422 Anna Ingram 843 W. Lexington Ave., 40422 John M. Kalk • 936-3112 120 Ridge View Rd., 40422

State Farm – Bob Miller 236-4201, Fax: 238-7519 1000 E. Lexington Rd., P.O. Box 1929, 40423 bob.miller.b1o2@statefarm.com www.statefarm.com Interior Design

Landscaping H2O Designs, Inc. Rachel Duggins • 548-9893 47 George Wilson Dr., Lancaster, 40444 rduggins@h20designsinc.com www.h20designsinc.com McAfee Mowing & Landscaping Michael McAfee • 236-6969, Fax: 238-1097 114 N. Second St., 40422 www.mcafeemowingandlandscaping.com Packs Nursery Chris Davis • 854-3901 P.O. Box 840, Junction City, 40440 Laundromats & Tanning Salons

Star Construction • 209-4262 420 S. Fourth St., 40422

Cottage Interiors Janet Hamner • 239-0990, Fax: 236-9394 103 S. Second St., 40422

Off Centre Laundry & Tanning • 236-0999 818 Perryville St., 40422 offcentrelaundry@bellsouth.net www.oclat.com

Industries

Interpreters (Deaf & Spanish Speaking)

Libraries

Caterpillar Track Components Angie LaMere • 936-2220, Fax: 936-2303 200 Corporate Dr., 40422

Central KY Interpreter Referral, Inc. Jennifer Paycheck • 236-9888, Fax: 936-8705 P.O. Box 104, 40423 www.ckira.org

Boyle County Library Karl Benson • 236-8466, Fax: 236-7692 307 W. Broadway, 40422 www.boylepublib.org

Investments

Limousine Services

Chase Jodi Arnold • 238-4702 237 W. Main St., 40422 www.chase.com

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

Edward Jones – Bill Griffin 936-9600, Fax: (877) 222-8247 130 S. Third St., Ste 100, 40422 www.edwardjones.com

Marketing Consultants

Edward Jones – Jerry Smothers 936-9157, (877) 936-9157, Fax: (866) 462-5541 103 E. Main St., 40422 jerry.smothers@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com

The Idea Farm Ron Jackson • 236-3376, Fax: 236-3396 464 W. Broadway, P.O. Box 1457, 40423 ron@theideafarm.net www.theideafarm.net

Kay Sheldon

Dana Corp. Vince Babich • 236-3960, Fax: 236-1464 500 Techwood Dr., 40422 Denyo Manufacturing Joey Harris • 236-3405, Fax: 236-3423 1450 Minor Rd., 40422 www.denyo.co.jp Hobart Corp. Jeff Hogue • 236-7023, (888) 446-2278 58 Corporate Dr., P.O. Box 269, 40423 sherry.davis@hobartcorp.com www.hobartcorp.com Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems KY Tammy Fox • 936-4606, Fax: 936-4632 190 Corporate Dr., 40422 tammy.fox@meggitt.com www.meggitt.com Panasonic Home Appliances Co. of America Zora Schultz • 238-3426, Fax: 238-3456 1355 Lebanon Rd., P.O. Box 7, 40423 Pioneer Vocational Jack Godbey • 236-8413, Fax: 238-7115 150 Corporate Dr., P.O. Box 1396, 40423 pioneer@pioneerservices.org www.pioneerservices.org RR Donnelley 238-2401, Fax: 238-2463 3201 Lebanon Rd., 40422 keith.lile@rrd.com www.rrd.com Insurance Durham & Demaree Insurance Dave Demaree • 236-2770, Fax: 236-2775 135 N. Third St., P.O. Box 546, 40423 Gash Fitzpatrick • 236-5192 811 S. Fourth St., P.O. Box 366, 40423 gfitz@mis.net Johnson & Pohlmann 236-5922, Fax: 236-2033 129 S. Fourth St., 40422 johnsplm@bellsouth.net www.johnsonpohlmann.com The Martin Agency Roy, Angela & Jacob Martin • 236-6782, Fax: 236-2259 430 W. Walnut St., 40422 insurance@themartinagency.net www.themartinagency.net Nationwide Insurance Darnell & Associates Insurance Agency Brian Darnell • 236-5188, Fax: 236-5162 319 W. Main St., 40422 New York Life Insurance Co. Paula Lanham • 238-7232 P.O. Box 2150, 40423 pfox@ft.newyorklife.com

Edward Jones – Joe Bunch 238-7420, Fax: (888) 203-9670 439 W. Walnut, P.O. Box 319, 40423 www.edwardjones.com Hilliard Lyons Trey Coyle • 236-3636, (800) 523-7987, Fax: 238-7195 328 W. Main St., P.O. Box 8, 40423 www.hilliard.com

Communications by Design Joshua Fuqua • 329-7336 128 Bold Venture, 40422

Martial Arts Kentucky School of Okinawan Martial Arts Robert Brown • 748-5136 Danville Parks & Recreational Center 110 Man-O-War, 40422 Massage Therapy

McDaniel Wealth Management, PLLC Tim McDaniel • 236-0595 110 N. First St., 40422 www.mcdanielwealthmanagement.com

Danville Massage Centre Sheila Albright • 236-6373 202 N. Second St., 40422 www.danvillemassagecentre.com

New York Life Insurance Co. Paula Lanham • 238-7232 P.O. Box 2150, 40423 pfox@ft.newyorklife.com

Media

Star Home USA C. Bradley Simmons • 319-4000, Fax: 332-4433 P.O. Box 97, Perryville, 40468 brad@StarHomeManagement.com www.starhomeusa.com Tye Financial Group Tom Tye • 236-8793, Fax: 236-7149 141 N. Third St., 40422 tom.tye@lpl.com www.lpl.com Jewelers B&L Jewelers Bob & Lori Mounce • 238-0476, Fax: 238-0476 1560 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 205, 40422 bljewelers1@gmail.com Simply Silver Alycea Pittman • 236-1707, Fax: 236-1707 6252 Perryville Rd., 40422 info@simplysilverjewelry.net www.simplysilverjewelry.net Ladies Clothing The Derby Shoppe & Raggs Martha Caywood • 236-1211 124 N. 3rd St., 40422 The Style Shop Betty Moffett • 936-2005, Fax: 936-2005 1714 Perryville Rd., 40422 hlake@adelphia.net

Advocate Messenger Scott Schurz • 236-2551 330 S. Fourth St., P.O. Box 149, 40423 www.amnews.com Harrodsburg Herald Chris Freeman • 734-2726, Fax: 734-0737 P.O. Box 68, Harrodsburg, 40330 chrisf@harrodsburgherald.com www.harrodsburgherald.com Hometown Radio Network Robert Wagner • 236-2711, Fax: 236-1461 2063 Shakertown Rd., 40422 hometownradio@bellsouth.net www.hometownlive.net Time Warner Cable Carla Deaton • 626-4840, Fax: 624-0060 1617 Fox Haven Dr., Richmond, 40475 carla.deaton@twcable.com www.timewarnercable.com WDFB 1170AM/88.1 FM Mildred Drake • 236-9333, Fax: 236-3348 3596 Alum Springs Rd., P.O. Box 106, 40423 wdfb@searsnet.com www.wdfb.com Medical Symposiums Symbiotix JoAnn Rice • 236-7942, Fax: 236-6008 1020 Monarch St., Ste. 200, Lexington, 40513 jrice@symbiotixonline.com

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Mortgage Companies Fort Knox Federal Credit Union Linda Hamilton • 236-2153, Fax: 236-7675 312 Skywatch Dr., P.O. Box 900, Radcliff, 40159 lkhamilton@fortknoxfcu.net www.fortknoxfcu.org Motels Country Hearth Inn Brooke Bunch • 236-8601, Fax: 236-0314 1641 Hustonville Rd., 40422 www.countryhearthinn.com Hampton Inn Shai Marshall • 236-6200, Fax: 936-0271 100 Montgomery Way, 40422 dvkky_hampton@hilton.com www.danvilleky.hamptoninn.com Holiday Inn Express 236-8600, Fax: 236-4299 96 Daniel Dr., 40422 danvillekyhix@supertelinc.com www.hiexpress.com/danvilleky Motorcycle & ATV Parts & Accessories One Vision Motorsports, LLC Joe Wesley • 936-RIDE, Fax: (606) 787-7252 1310 Hustonville Rd., 116 Memory Dr., Liberty, 42539 info@onevisionmotorsports.com www.onevisionmotorsports.com

Sunrise Children’s Services Lee Martin • 236-5507, Fax: 236-7044 1151 Perryville Rd., 40422 lmartin@sunrise.org www.sunrise.org Wilderness Trace Child Development Center Amy Longwill • 236-0878, Fax: 236-0878 409 N. Stewarts Ln., 40422 www.wtcdc.org Nurseries Packs Nursery Chris Davis • 854-3901 P.O. Box 840, Junction City, 40440 Office Equipment ABDick/Kopy Kat, Inc. Cheryl Eadens • 806-3708 1500 Bull Lea Rd., Ste. 120, Lexington, 40511 ceadens@abdlex.com www.abdlex.com Image Plus Daniel Burton • 401-0134 123 Baughman Ave., 40422 danbur64@roadrunner.com

Museums

Office Equipment – Supplies

The Great American Dollhouse Museum Lori Kagan Moore • 583-8000 344 Swope Ave., 40422 lori@thedollhousemuseum.com www.thedollhousemuseum.com

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

Non-Profit Organizations The Arts Commission of Danville/Boyle County Ann Nichols • 238-0063 401 W. Main St., Studio 5, 40422 arts-dbc@hotmail.com www.dbc-arts.org Better Business Bureau of Central and Eastern Kentucky Neil Kingery • (800) 866-6668, Fax: 259-1639 1460 Newtown Pk., Lexington, 40511 www.ky.bbb.org Bluegrass Area Development District Erica Sluder • 239-7004, ext. 232, Fax: 239-7541 121 E. Broadway, 40422 www.ckycareers.com Camp Horsin Around Cheryl Hall • 381-9998, Fax: 381-0811 900 Contract St., Ste. 100, Lexington, 40522 CASA Susan Hensley • 936-3510, Fax: 236-7044 1151 Perryville Rd., 40422 susan@casaatwoodlawn.org www.casaatwoodlawn.org Christian Care Communities Lee Martin P.O. Box 45, 40423

Danville-Boyle County Senior Citizens Jackie Sims • 236-2070, Fax: 238-7111 569 Jean Dr., 40422 Ephraim McDowell Health Vicki A. Darnell • 239-2409, Fax: 239-6709 217 S. Third St., 40422 www.emhealth.org Harvesting Hope Food Pantry • 209-4182 410 Fryes Ln., P.O. Box 2053, 40423 Heart of Danville Julie Wagner • 236-1909, Fax: 236-1950 304 S. Fourth St., 40422 julie@downtowndanville.com www.downtowndanville.com

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

Pet Care Services Pet Buddies, LLC Joe Kephart • 576-6999 P.O. Box 809, Harrodsburg, 40330 joe@petbuddiesky.com www.petbuddiesky.com Pet Grooming Heartland Veterinary Hospital Aaron Rowland • 238-7500 1324 Lebanon Rd., 40422 heartlandpetvet@bellsouth.net www.heartlandveterinary.com Pharmacies and Home Health Care Good Neighbor Pharmacy Raymond Float • 936-1222, Fax: 936-2003 60 Cassady Ave., Ste. 3, 40422 PharmR@bellsouth.net www.mygnp.com The Medicine Shoppe 238-0002, Fax: 936-2043 900 Hustonville Rd., P.O. Box 191, 40423 www.medicineshoppe.com Photography – Visual Arts Kirk Schlea Photography & Visual Arts Kirk Schlea • 332-7562 21 Wards Branch Rd., Gravel Switch, 40328 www.schleavisualarts.com Logue Photography Renee Logue • 236-3905 321 N. Fourth St., 40422 loguephotography@bellsouth.net www.loguephotography.com

Online Marketing

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

Orange Cat Productions Bob Stovall • 854-3243 305 Park Hills Dr., P.O. Box 694, 40423 bob@orangecat.net www.orangecat.com

Studio la belle Vie Mary Robin Spoonamore • 236-9774 130 S. Fourth St., 40422 mrsphoto@bellsouth.net www.studiovie.net

Optometrists

Physical Therapy

Danville Eye Center Kimberly Smith • 236-8644, Fax: 236-0523 100 Smoky Way, Ste. 100, 40422 www.danvilleeyecenter.com

Danville Physical Therapy Glenn Decker • 238-7650 474 Whirlaway Dr., 40422 www.danvillephysicaltherapy.net

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

Ephraim McDowell Spine Physical Therapy Angie Lane • 236-4862 236 W. Main St., Ste. 204, 40422 www.emhealth.org

Dr. Mark Ward 236-3121, Fax: 236-0225 359 S. Fourth St., 40422 Orthopedic Surgeons Scott Scutchfield • 236-0641 1591 Lexington Rd., 40422 sbscut2@uky.edu Painting Contractors

Danville-Boyle County Humane Society Barbara Beaney • 238-1117, Fax: 936-1571 778 N. Danville Bypass, P.O. Box 487, 40423 www.homes4pets.org

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Heart of Kentucky United Way Janie Pass • 238-6986, Fax: 238-6988 118 N. Third St., P.O. Box 748, 40423-0748 hkuw@bellsouth.net www.hkuw.org

Patrick Cooper Painting Contractor, Inc. Patrick Cooper • 332-4934, Fax: 332-8887 3516 Webster Rd., 40422 Pampered Chef The Pampered Chef Jennifer Newby • 936-1272 409 Valleybrook Dr., 40422 gilbertj2000@aol.com www.pamperedchef.biz/jennifernewby Paper Products American Greetings Mike Neal • 236-7200, Fax: 236-2268 P.O. Box 209, 40423 mike.neal@amgreetings.com www.amgreetings.com Party Services Party Hop’n • 583-3621 121 Saint Anthony St., 40422 kerri@partyhopn.com www.partyhopn.com

Kids Can Do Pediatric Therapy Center Brittany Moore • 239-6670 440 Whirl-A-Way Dr., 40422 www.emhealth.org Rehabilitation Services at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center Ron Barbato • 239-1515 217 S. Third St., 40422 www.emhealth.org Rehabilitation Services at McDowell Wellness Center Yvette Young • 936-7230 1107 Ben Ali Dr., 40422 www.emhealth.org Physicians and Surgeons Bluegrass Clinic Naren James • (606) 365-8338, Fax: (606) 365-8142 P.O. Box 388, Stanford, 40484 www.bluegrassclinci.com Bluegrass Immediate Care Center Jess Stevens • 236-3208, Fax: 236-7991 478 Whirlaway Dr., 40422 www.emrmc.org Central Kentucky Surgeons, PSC Drs. John Lacy & John Merryman • 236-2222, Fax: 236-2227 130 Daniel Dr., P.O. Box 129, 40423 surgeons@mis.net


Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce Commonwealth Cancer Center Thomas Baeker, MD • 236-2203, (800) 295-7269 520 Techwood Dr., Ste. 100, 40422 www.commonwealthcancercenter.com Danville Orthopedic Associates Shelby White, Jay Lukins, Jeremy Tarter • 236-8730, (800) 221-8674, Fax: 236-4468 333 S. Third St., 40422 Danville Surgical Associates David Montgomery, Barry Spoonamore • 236-0712, Fax: 236-7858 210 W. Main St., 40422 Enlow & Shahzad Associates in Medicine, PSC Craig Enlow, Mohammad Shahzad • 236-4216, Fax: 238-9760 105 Ponder Court, Ste. 104, 40422 Ephraim McDowell Cardiology Drs. Grigsby, Lin & Schaeffer • 239-5870 222 S. Third St., 40422 www.emhealth.org Ephraim McDowell Pulmonology Dr. Imtiaz • 239-5860 222 S. Third St., 40422 Ephraim McDowell Vascular Neil Weintraub • 239-4840, Fax: 239-4845 321 S. Third St., 40422 nwvasc@gmail.com www.emhealth.org Eye Associates of Danville, PSC/ Eye Associates Optical Barton Ramesy • 236-6055, Fax: 236-6117 440 W. Martin Luther King Blvd., 40422 Family Medicine Clinic of Danville Richard Hempel • 236-1250, Fax: 236-9776 640 E. Lexington Ave., 40422 Hometown Clinic Dr. Hughes & Melanie Helm • 236-8268 504 Tenikat St., 40422 hazarddoc@yahoo.com Forest Kuhn, MD 236-1080, Fax: (502) 896-0345 1005 Dupont Square N., Louisville, 40207 Salli S. Slone, MD 236-0916, Fax: 236-0917 111 Daniel Dr., P.O. Box 6, 40423 Printing Harrodsburg Herald Chris Freeman • 734-2726, Fax: 734-0737 P.O. Box 68, Harrodsburg, 40330 chrisf@harrodsburgherald.com www.harrodsburgherald.com Minuteman Press 236-4655, Fax: 236-5061 198 W. Ridge Dr., 40422 mmpdanville@bellsouth.net www.danville.minutemanpress.com Private Country Clubs Danville Country Club 236-7197, Fax: 236-5148 1486 Lexington Rd., 40422 Promotional Items The 10th Planet, LLC Cliff Hellyer • 236-4488, Fax: 236-2355 204 George Martin Dr., 40422 www.go10thplanet.com Public Relations Communications by Design Joshua Fuqua • 329-7336 128 Bold Venture, 40422 The Idea Farm Ron Jackson • 236-3376, Fax: 236-3396 464 W. Broadway, P.O. Box 1457, 40423 ron@theideafarm.net www.theideafarm.net Publishing Journal Communications • (800) 333-8842 725 Cool Springs Blvd., 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Franklin, TN 37067

Real Estate

Restaurants

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

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

Coldwell Banker VIP Realty Amanda England • 236-5450, Fax: 236-8453 317 W. Main St., 40422 www.coldwellbanker.com Coldwell Banker VIP Realty Nina Kirkland • 236-5450, Fax: 236-5453 317 W. Main St., 40422 www.viprealtyinc.com Coldwell Banker VIP Realty Linda Sparrow • 236-5450, Fax: 236-5453 317 W. Main St., 40422 www.coldwellbanker.com ERA Team Realtors Sandy Statom • 236-3064, (800) 242-3816, Fax: 236-0210 425 S. Fourth St., 40422 www.eracentralky.com McAnly Realty Bill McAnly • 236-6363, Fax: 236-0519 1000 Lexington Rd., Ste. 2, 40422 mcanly@bellsouth.net

Battlefield Station Steve Prewitt • 332-2404 303 E. Second St., Perryville, 40468 Bluegrass Pizza & Pub Colin Masters • 236-7737, Fax: 236-4144 235 W. Main St., 40422 www.bluegrasspizzaandpub.com Eddie Montgomery Steakhouse Kathy Pittman • 734-3400, Fax: 734-3225 P.O. Box 129, Harrodsburg, 40330 www.eddiemontgomerysteakhouse.com Giovanni’s Pizza & Italian Buffet Mamdough Ali • 236-1455 1418 Hustonville Rd., 40422 LaFiesta Grande Elpidio Escobar • 238-0544 240 Skywatch Rd., 40422 escobarelpidio@yahoo.com Lee’s Famous Recipe J. Paul Newton • 236-8777, Fax: 236-8777 610 S. Fourth St., 40422 panewt3@comcast.net

Prudential Guerrant Real Estate Ben Guerrant • 236-6680, Fax: 236-6606 448 W. Main St., 40422 ben@prugre.com www.prugre.com

Little Caesar’s Pizza Tom & Mary Ann Hollon • 236-1122, Fax: 236-0650 475 W. Main St., 40422

Prudential Guerrant Real Estate Evelyn Guerrant Page • 236-6680, Fax: 236-6606 448 W. Main St., 40422 www.prugre.com

Mallard’s Angela Hoskins • 936-8103, Fax: 936-8106 1001 Ben Ali Dr., 40422 angll876@yahoo.com

Star Home USA C. Bradley Simmons • 319-4000, Fax: 332-4433 P.O. Box 97, Perryville, 40468 brad@StarHomeManagement.com www.starhomeusa.com

Melton’s Deli Gina & Ronnie Melton • 236-9874 247 E. Main St., 40422

Yount Construction & Properties Lee Yount • 236-8889, Fax: 236-6230 P.O. Box 1843, 40423 yountproperties@bellsouth.net www.yountproperties.com Reception – Banquet Facilities The Great American Dollhouse Museum Lori Kagan Moore • 583-8000 344 Swope Ave., 40422 lori@thedollhousemuseum.com www.thedollhousemuseum.com Recreation Danville Bowlarama Lanes, Inc. Terri Cooley • 236-6452 1050 E. Lexington Rd., 40422 Wilderness Trace Family YMCA Mark Fryer • 236-0359, Fax: 733-9610 130 N. College St., Harrodsburg, 40330 harrodsburgymca@bellsouth.net www.wildernesstraceymca.org Rental Properties – Commercial & Residential Woodrum Plaza and Properties Brenda Woodrum • 324-0303 P.O. Box 222, 40423 Woodrum5126@roadrunner.com Rentals Job Master Rental, Inc. Pete & Lisa Bottom • 236-7368, Fax: 236-7301 530 S. Fourth St., 40422 jobmasterrental@bellsouth.net www.jobmasterrental.com Weldquip 239-9353, Fax: 236-8429 531 S. Fourth St., 40422 weldquip@bellsouth.net www.weldquip.net

O’Charley’s #413 Reed Dievert • 936-8040, Fax: 936-8048 1560 Hustonville Rd., Ste. 420, 40422 www.ocharleys.com Papa John’s • 236-9999 464 1/2 W. Main St., 40422 www.papajohns.com Reno’s Roadhouse Lona Spigle • 936-1385 1641 Hustonville Rd., 40422 renosdanv@msn.com www.renosroadhouse.com 303 West Mark Cassady 303 W. Main St., 40422 Zaxby’s Sandy Adams • 236-9133, Fax: 236-9113 304 Skywatch Dr., 40422 www.zaxbys.com Restoration Servpro Nicole Hammack • 887-1123 141 Hendron Way, Nicholasville, 40356 sp9830hn@earthlink.net Retail Perryville Market Jerry Houck • 605-0053 210 W. Fourth St., Perryville, 40468 info@quiltsandhomespuns.com www.quiltsandhomespuns.com Retail Wine & Spirits The Bottle Shoppe, LLC Josh Baird • 236-1965 1592 Hustonville Rd., P.O. Box 2154, 40423 www.thebottleshoppe.net Liquor Mart Andrew Carlton • 239-9488 158 Jane Trail, 40422 liquormart4@gmail.com

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Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce V – the Market Mary Robin Spoonamore • 236-9774 130 S. Fourth St., 40422 www.vthemarket.com

Mosaik Susan Cloud • 209-4339 110 N. Second St., 40422 mosaik110@gmail.com

Retirement Communities

Saffron’s Funky Finds • 583-9422 39 Whirlaway Dr., 40422 awilson@roadrunner.com

McDowell Place of Danville Susan Matherly • 239-4663, Fax: 239-6611 1181 Ben Ali Dr., 40422 www.mcdowell-place.org Retreat – Conference Centers Cliffview Retreat and Conference Center David & Sharla Wells • 792-3333, Fax: 792-1223 789 Bryant’s Camp Rd., Lancaster, 40444 www.cliffview.org Sanitation Dart Sanitation Anthony Davis • 792-3278, Fax: 792-1836 207 Stanford St., P.O. Box 45, Lancaster, 40444 adavis@dartsanitation.com Satellite Dishes Digital on Demand Greg Ballard • 236-8503, Fax: 236-8183 1120 Lebanon Rd., 40422 www.doddish.com Screen Printing SDK Apparel & Promotional Products (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., 40422 www.go10thplanet.com

Yesterday’s Potions, LLC Debbie Revell • 236-6663 341 S. Fourth St., 40422 drevell03@yahoo.com Stone Caldwell Stone John Albright • 236-6829, Fax: 236-6836 P.O. Box 727, 40423 Support Services Homeplace Support Services Brady Clevenger • 936-2010 1324 Hustonville Rd., 40422 www.homeplacesupportservices.com Tax Services Patriot Income Tax Service, LLC Robert & Marsha Camenisch • 238-0066, Fax: 238-0050 217 Jane Trail, 40422 patriotincometax@gmail.com Taxi Services PDQ Taxi, LLC Karen Wethington • 516-2098, 516-2078 629 Apache Trail, 40422 pdqtaxiservice@yahoo.com

Trophies USA Signs, LLC 196 Westridge Dr., 40422 nolanheather@bellsouth.net Uniform Rentals Rainbow Cleaners Jim Carrico • 236-4274, Fax: 236-5882 504 S. Fourth St., 40422 jimbo.rainbow@adelphia.net Utilities Atmos Energy Mike Vallet • 236-2300, Fax: 238-7106 449 Whirlaway Dr., 40422 www.atmosenergy.com Inter Co. Energy 236-4561, Fax: 236-3627 1009 Hustonville Rd., P.O. Box 87, 40423 www.intercountyenergy.net Kentucky Utilities • (800) 981-0600 198 W. Broadway, 40422 www.eon-us.com Vending Vend Fresh Food Service Matt Barsotti • 236-6765, Fax: 236-6789 100 Ensslin Ave., P.O. Box 1026, 40423 vendfreshfoodserv@bellsouth.net www.vendfresh.com

Telecommunications

Veterinarians

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

American Cellular Inc./Verizon Wireless Whitney Bailey • 236-7236, Fax: 236-7238 212 Skywatch Dr., 40422 acidanville@americancellular.net www.americancellular.net

Security Services

AT&T Dave Weller • (502) 875-3508, Fax: (502) 875-6718 1535 Twilight Trail, Frankfort, 40601

Animal Medical Center Keith Grubbs, DVM • 238-2201, Fax: 238-7436 3880 S. Danville Bypass, 40422 animals@mis.net www.amcdanville.com

Knight Hawk Security Services Thomas Bustle • 236-6989, Fax: 236-6980 117A N. Third St., 40422 thomasbustle@yahoo.com www.kthawk.com

AT&T Mobility Justice Roach • 236-9071, Fax: 236-9072 1714 Perryville Rd., Ste. 106, 40422 Sr4718@att.com www.att.com

Services Bluegrass Pet Pals Joe Kephart • 576-6999 P.O. Box 809, Harrodsburg, 40330 Signs City Art Signs Eben Henson • 236-8219, Fax: 236-0031 210 Stanford Ave., 40422 Little Sign Shop Ray Boone • 238-7391, Fax: 936-1662 818 S. Second St., 40422 littlesignshoppe@bellsouth.net USA Signs, LLC 196 Westridge Dr., 40422 nolanheather@bellsouth.net Spas Lily Manor Day Spa 236-1700, Fax: 236-1710 412 S. Fourth St., 40422 information@lilymanordayspa.com www.lilymanordayspa.com Specialty Stores ButtonHeads Melanie Helm • 236-5249 115 N. Third St., 40422 Carol’s Bridal & Gift Carol Senn • 236-3825, Fax: 236-3817 309 W. Main St., 40422 carolsbridalgift@bellsouth.net www.carolsbridalandgifts.com

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

Travel Agencies Travel Leaders Debbie Sebastian • 236-0000, Fax: 236-0827 1322 Lebanon Rd., 40422 www.travelleaders.com/danvilleKY/index.htm

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Tele Data Communications Tom Drew • 332-4222, Fax: 332-2015 612 Scrubgrass Rd., 40422 data110@teledatacommunicationsky.com Theaters KY Stage Matthew Hallock • 238-5432 P.O. Box 401, 40423 www.kentuckystage.org Pioneer Playhouse of Danville Charlotte Henson • 236-2747, Fax: 236-2341 840 Stanford Rd., 40422 pioneer@mis.net West T. Hill Community Theatre Karen Logue • 236-8607 P.O. Box 841, 40423 www.wthill.com Tourism Convention & Visitors Bureau Adam Johnson • 236-7794, (800) 755-0076, Fax: 236-9134 105 E. Walnut, 40422 www.danvillekentucky.com Tours Travel Leaders Debbie Sebastian • 236-0000, Fax: 236-0827 1322 Lebanon Rd., 40422 www.travelleaders.com/danvilleKY/index.htm

Heartland Veterinary Hospital Aaron Rowland • 238-7500 1324 Lebanon Rd., 40422 heartlandpetvet@bellsouth.net www.heartlandveterinary.com Nash, Cleveland & Godfrey 236-5062, Fax: 236-1447 3260 Harrodsburg Rd., 40422 Warehousing United Warehousing Co., LLC Richard Kerbaugh • 236-0773, Fax: 238-7776 1800 Kate Ave., P.O. Box 65, 40423 rskerbaugh@unitedwarehousing.net www.unitedwarehousing.net Waste Management M&M Sanitation Kerry Loy • 936-1600 446 Fackler St., 40422 www.republicservices.com Welding Weldquip 239-9353, Fax: 236-8429 531 S. Fourth St., 40422 weldquip@bellsouth.net www.weldquip.net Wireless Services AT&T Mobility Justice Roach • 236-9071, Fax: 236-9072 1714 Perryville Rd., Ste. 106, 40422 Sr4718@att.com www.att.com Women’s Accessories and Gift Boutique GiGi’s Boutique Cindi Merritt • 239-9223 711 S. Fourth St., Unit 1, 40422 gigisboutiquedanville@gmail.com www.gigisboutiquedanville.com


Ad Index

24 Bluegrass Community & Technical College

22 Boyle County Public Library

5 Boyle County Schools 22 Central Kentucky Federal Savings Bank 2 City of Danville & Boyle County

C3 Commonwealth Cancer Center

36 Crawford Insurance Agency

27 Danville Cardiovascular Consultants

35 Danville Schools

C4 Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partner

C2 Ephraim McDowell Health

36 ERA Team Realtors

1 Farmers National Bank

23 Fort Knox Federal Credit Union

21 Hampton Inn

36 Hobart Corporation

33 Inter County Energy Cooperative


Ad Index (cont.)

36 Life Custom Woodworking

37 Norton Center for the Arts

36 Panasonic

25 RR Donnelley

19 Stifel Nicolaus

27 The Spine Center of Central Kentucky

24 Yount Properties


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