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It’s all about priorities!! People ask “Why do you want to be Mayor of Jeffersontown?” We all want the same thing! To keep Jtown a safe place to raise our families & grow old. We love our community. It’s our home! I want to maintain our strong independent police & public works departments, so we can continue providing the important services of public safety, garbage collection, snow removal & road maintenance. These are my top priorities.
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Maintaining a strong working relationship with our business community is also important. 80% of our budget comes from them. We need to keep Jeffersontown the place they want to locate their business. In doing so we must prepare for the future. Quality of life amenities like our Senior Citizens Center, baseball & football ball fields, parks & the museum are also things that make Jeffersontown a special place to live. We are a community of people not just a spot on a map. Juggling all these is going require someone who understands how to prioritize spending & a balanced budget during these challenging times we are now living in. I have been doing exactly that for the past 30 years in my restaurant and for 14 years as your city councilman. I am the person who will get the job done!! I respectfully ask for your support as Mayor in the primary election May 17th. Thank you & God Bless America!
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e have so many wonderful cultures in our community that we decided to celebrate them all in a new event this year. On Saturday, April 23, the City of Jeffersontown will host its first Art + Culture Fest where we will experience many cultural heritages with song and dance and food. The event will be held at Veterans Memorial Park, 10707 Taylorsville Road, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. — rain or shine. Throughout the day there will be music and dance performances by groups including Louisville Salsa Underground, Oreya Dance, the Kuvebo Drum Ensemble and the Whiskey Bent Valley Boys. Local businesses, artists and food vendors will be present, representing the great diversity we have not just in Jeffersontown but throughout the Louisville Metro area. The Jeffersontown Art + Culture Fest is a not-to-be-missed, family-friendly event. There is no admission charge, but artists and food vendors will be selling their wares. This event will be a fun, inclusive experience that we hope encourages people in the community to really get to know their neighbors as they learn about their cultures. Please join us for an enriching experienceon April 23.
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SET FOR APRIL 16 Easterfest is back in its traditional form! On Saturday, April 16, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the City of Jeffersontown will host Easterfest 2022 at Veterans Memorial Park, 10707 Taylorsville Road. The egg hunt begins at 11:15 a.m. The Easter Bunny will be on hand, so bring your camera. If the weather is bad, head to The Jeffersonian, which is adjacent to the park.
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ark your calendar and pack up your popcorn, chairs and blankets and get ready for 2022’s Drive In in the Park movie series, presented by the City of Jeffersontown. The movies are shown at Skyview Park, 2700 Watterson Trail. In case of inclement weather, the show will go on inside The Jeffersonian, 10617 Taylorsville Road. Two movies have been added to the lineup this year with one showing each month from May through December. Check the City of Jeffersontown’s Facebook page for the titles of the movies that will be shown this year. The movies start at dusk. There is no cost to attend.
THERE’S STILL TIME TO SIGN UP FOR THE 2022 JEFFERSONTOWN FARMERS MARKET SEASON The Jeffersontown Farmers Market 2022 season has been extended with an earlier start and seasonal markets on some select dates in November and December. Saturday, April 2, is the opening day for the Jeffersontown Farmers Market, and there’s still time to register to sell your wares at the area’s best outdoor market. You can find the 2022 application form at jeffersontownky.gov. The Farmers Market operates at the Jeffersontown Pavilion, 10434 Watterson Trail on Saturdays, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. TownePost.com / APRIL 2022 / JEFFERSONTOWN MAGAZINE / 7
Kentucky Shakespeare will perform “Julius Caesar” on Thursday, April 28, at 6:30 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park, 10707 Taylorsville Road. Bring chairs or blankets. There is no cost to attend.
CHALK WALK EVENT TO BE HELD IN MAY Jeffersontown will hold its Chalk Walk event May 10 to 12 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Gaslight Square. Jeffersontown supplies the chalk while artists of all ages decorate the sidewalks. Last year’s event was a big hit, so contact Emily Villescas at 267-8333 or evillescas@jeffersontownky. gov soon to register.
F O R J E F F E R S O N T O W N M AYO R Having honorably served as your City Councilman for 12 years, I have the discipline, dedication, & determination to guide our City into the future. I also have extensive experience as an entrepreneur having successfully grown startup companies as an owner and continue to hold those positions. Professionally I've served as President of three separate Local & State Trade Associations then several years as President of Plainview Residents' Association as well as many non-profit Boards of Directors. As the City's Finance Chairman for 10 years, I have worked closely with the Mayor to develop sound fiscal policies enabling us to eliminate $17 million of long term debt without ever raising taxes. As a member of the City's Economic Development Committee, we enacted business friendly incentives which attracted new businesses while also retaining & growing existing businesses. Our future economic success depends on our 1,850 businesses & their 38,000 employees all of whom will demand & deserve an innovative Mayor with a vision for growth. Since being elected in 2010, I've been a consistent vocal advocate for the safety of our citizens. Public Safety is the foundation of government as well as the primary issue across our community and is my highest priority. I continue to be supportive of our police department and am particularly proud to have voted to implement two forward thinking initiatives; our Angel Program for substance dependent individuals & their families and our new Victim's Advocate Liaison. To further improve future policing for J-town, the next infrastructure project will be our "State of the Art" Police Department Facility which is scheduled for completion in 2023.
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As a member of the City Council I have always voted to protect our infrastructure and provide extended amenities such as our improved Veteran's Memorial Park, Senior Citizens Center, Jeffersonian Community Center, Library, Museum, Arts Program, Plainview Swim & Tennis facilities, Skyview baseball, softball, & football complex, and Bluebird Gymnasiums. All of these, individually & collectively, are critical for a vibrant City and its residents to flourish. Our current project is an innovative Amphitheater scheduled for completion later this year & will grow our "Arts Program for All" in a quantum leap. These newest facilities along with our new Public Works Building (2020) are the very type of capital investments in our community necessary to secure J-town for the next 50 years and I am committed to bringing them to fruition for each of you. As residents, you deserve a leader who is for you. A leader with insight so you can continue pursuing happiness at your own leisure and these measures will clearly enable that pursuit in Jeffersontown. The next Mayor has a duty to your future. I ask for your vote on May 17th for Jeffersontown Mayor as we step into the future together because, "Leadership Matters".
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improvement as they advance through their yellow and red vials. 5. After building up, the frequency of shots is spread out. For example, every two weeks for six to 12 months, then every three weeks for six to 12 months, then once monthly until a complete three- to five-year duration is completed. The take-home message is that shots are needed only every two to four weeks after the initial build-up stage. 6. If three to five years of maintenance allergy shots are completed, patients can have a prolonged, if not lifelong, benefit. A common mistake is to stop allergy shots in the first one to two years, especially if one’s symptoms are resolved. However, it is very important to complete the full duration. Shots are an investment that can pay longterm dividends. Talk with your allergist about the risks and benefits. Don’t wait until you are miserable and finally decide to get shots. Shots need a head start on the season. Resolve to get that head start this year! To find relief for your allergy symptoms, call Dr. Damin at Allergy Partners of Louisville at 502-882-2063.
MAN OF MUSIC BOB BERNHARDT TALKS ILLUSTRIOUS CAREER
and development, and his mother worked as becoming more interested in music, mostly in composition and studying scores.” a secretary and receptionist. His mother is currently 103 years old. Forty years is quite an impressive period of There was one seminal event during college time to be involved with any line of work. that sparked his interest in conducting. Music entered Bernhardt’s life at age 8. He Many forge ahead with a career path out took piano lessons from a woman named of necessity, but others continue due to a “It was my senior year and it was my first Mary Anne Hargrave and says she was the passion for their craft. time conducting an orchestra,” he says. one who recognized his interest in classical “There was a student community orchestra music. Bob Bernhardt certainly falls into the latter at Union College. I was the librarian, category. personnel manager, stage manager and “She listened to me and saw that I had a general everything for the orchestra. I was spark of interest in Bach, and she got me Bernhardt is the principal pops conductor for going in that direction,” he says. kind of bugging the conductor, for more the Louisville Orchestra, a position he’s held than a year, to let me have a chance and he for 25 years. That alone is quite impressive, finally gave me a shot. That first opportunity Bernhardt attended Union College in but on top of that, he is celebrating his was a Johann Christian Bach sinfonia.” Schenectady, New York. Music was part 40-year anniversary with the Louisville of his life during his college years, as he Orchestra. In addition to those two titles, he played guitar at coffee houses and belonged This was the turning point where his athletic is concurrently principal pops conductor of self and his musical self joined together, he to a rock-and-roll band. He actually began the Grand Rapids Symphony (his seventh college as a math major, yet after discovering says. year), and music director emeritus and that really wasn’t his calling he shifted his principal pops conductor of the Chattanooga interests to fine arts and conducting. “I know it sounds pretty weird - I was Symphony and Opera (his 29th year). very comfortable with the physicality of conducting,” Bernhardt says. “That’s one “I got into abstract systems in Needless to say, Bernhardt is one extremely math, but not only did it beat of the many great benefits I got from busy person. playing team sports. I was never me down, I also realized it going to be a great pianist, but I wasn’t the creative outlet Louisville is fortunate to have Bernhardt as that I thought math loved music, both popular and an integral member of our local orchestra, classic, and I found that was going but we might not have had this opportunity to be,” it was a direct path to had his career path shifted years ago. Early musical expression for he says. on, he had interests in math, science and me.” “I was sports, and at one point he had his sights set on becoming a professional baseball player. Bernhardt was born and raised in Rochester, New York. His father worked for Kodak for 44 years as an optical engineer in research Writer / Julie Engelhardt Photography Courtesy of Louisville Orchestra
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After his undergrad work was complete, Bernhardt took a year off and began writing for a local newspaper in his hometown. He wrote a variety of different articles, eventually landing a position penning reviews about the local arts scene. “The serendipity of that is that I reviewed a concert with the Rochester Philharmonic,” he beings. “Their associate conductor, Isaiah Jackson, was a very important person in my earlier musical life. Isaiah had really never done anything athletic in his life, so he said, ‘If you’ll teach me how to play squash, I’ll go through the Brahms symphony with you.’ I bartered squash lessons for conducting lessons. It was he who told me about Daniel Lewis, who eventually became my conducting teacher at USC.” During this period Bernhardt began displaying his athletic prowess, making it into spring training in 1974 with the Kansas City Royals, but he was never signed on.
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“The joke is, I went into conducting because the baseball fell through,” he chuckles. Bernhardt’s next adventure took him west to the University of Southern California (USC), where he received his master’s degree in instrumental conducting, graduating with honors. After graduation he began seeking a position as a conductor. He landed a job with the University of Alabama as the conductor for their orchestra and opera, and as the director of conducting studies. Bernhardt’s early days were quite busy. While with Alabama he made his conducting debut at Carnegie Hall thanks to his association with P.D.Q. Bach, a fictional composer invented by the American musical satirist Peter Schickele. “I felt like I was in way over my head, but felt deliriously lucky,” he explains. “I was extremely nervous but it was an extraordinary life experience.” He was just 27 at the time.
He also made his conducting debut with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and his professional opera debut with the Birmingham Civic Opera, all while at his post with the university. It was during this time period, in the early 1980s, when a series of events began churning that would affect Bernhardt. Unbeknownst to him, conversations were taking place in Texas that would ultimately result in his journey to Louisville. “The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra was on a tour of the United States with a gentleman named Helmuth Rilling, who is a Bach specialist,” he says. “They were in Austin, Texas, and after the concert the members of the L.A. Chamber were invited to dinner by the conductor of the Austin Symphony, Akira Endo. Endo was a Los Angeles guy. After dinner, Endo says, ‘I just got a gig with the Louisville Orchestra and I’m going to become their music director. Do any of you know a young conductor who needs a break?’”
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It was a fortuitous coincidence that several of Bernhardt’s friends from USC were in the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, and they mentioned Bernhardt’s name. “That’s how I got the audition,” he says. Bernhardt was invited to Louisville in the spring of 1981. He drove to town and stayed at the Galt House. He was one of four conductors who auditioned. They were each given 25 minutes to work with the orchestra. After the audition, the orchestra and Endo cast their votes, and Bernhardt was selected. He became the assistant conductor for the Louisville Orchestra in September of 1981. Endo left the Louisville Orchestra in 1983, and during the search for a new music director, Bernhardt took on the role of acting music director. This also led to his conducting the pops series, subscription concerts and educational concerts.
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In 1985 Bernhardt began guest conducting for other music organizations. At one point he was working concurrently with the Louisville Orchestra, the Amarillo Symphony Orchestra and the Tucson Symphony. After signing on with Tucson, he was invited to become the artistic director and principal conductor of the Rochester Philharmonic. “In 1991 I was asked to become the principal conductor of the Kentucky Opera,” he says. “By this time the Louisville Orchestra had replaced me in pops with Skitch Henderson. I was a guest conductor every year with the orchestra and I became the principal guest of the opera. In 1997 I became the principal pops conductor of the Louisville Orchestra.”
the orchestra on January 15 for a program titled “Irresistible John Williams.” He selected his favorite music to share. He reveals that this concert also celebrated the 10th anniversary of Williams conducting the Louisville Orchestra in 2012.
“John has been giving back to orchestras for decades,” Bernhardt says. “He has been going places where they need a little bit of Bernhardt has had the fortune to work a boost, so I screwed up my courage and with a wide array of talented individuals asked him if he could come and conduct us, during his sparkling career, such as American composer, conductor, pianist and and he said yes without even hesitating. I trombonist, John Williams. In celebration of was so proud to have him with us. We had such a good time. He loved conducting the his 40th anniversary, Bernhardt conducted
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Bernhardt has also worked with the Smothers Brothers, The 5th Dimension, Johnny Rivers, Lee Greenwood, Glen Campbell, Charlie Daniels, Peter Noone and Shirley Jones. “You find out that with these very famous people you get to work with, 98.7% of them are absolutely wonderful people,” he says. “It’s so encouraging and gratifying that the people you idolized and admired are just as lovely as they are talented. I’m basically a musical omnivore. This life for me has been incredibly joyful. I’m so, so happy.”
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As executive director at Blackacre Conservancy, Dennis Craig wears many hats. Some nights you may find him out in the field unloading hay. On other nights he could be doing crowd monitoring at one of the many events Blackacre hosts. Perhaps Craig could be seen at your local hardware store, buying supplies for the latest project Kentucky’s first nature preserve is undertaking. With nearly 300 acres of land, farm animals and a homestead dating back over 200 years, there is always something that needs to be done at Blackacre.
Located off Blankenbaker Parkway near Jeffersontown, it’s open to visitors from sunrise to sunset seven days per week. Hiking, sightseeing, field trips, educational workshops and gardening are some of the activities the community can enjoy. Craig hopes to find new ways to get the community involved. “We say we have something for everyone,” Craig says. “It’s a stress-free environment.” A staff of about six people, mostly part time, keeps the historic homestead running dayto-day, but it’s those who donate their time 14 / APRIL 2022 / TownePost.com
and money who make Blackacre an ideal destination in Louisville. From all ages and backgrounds, Craig estimates volunteers are spending hundreds of hours each month to keep Blackacre operating. Volunteers fill roles such as cleaning the historic structures, performing maintenance, providing care for the farm animals, leading classes, assisting with summer camp or sharing Blackacre history with visitors. Blackacre recently added a volunteer coordinator to connect people with the various service opportunities.
“Volunteers are the heart of what keeps Blackacre going,” says Susan Speece, Blackacre’s programs and events director. “Having volunteers who donate their services goes a long way. Businesses have offered their services for special projects, including electricians, heating and air, and technology companies.” Craig doesn’t assign volunteers to random jobs, however. He wants everyone to feel part of Blackacre, while utilizing their skills
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Craig also wants Blackacre to give back to the community by providing a safe and fun atmosphere for people to visit. Blackacre “One of the things we try to do when we has opened the property for more events meet people is to learn more about them,” including the Sunday Sunset Music Series, Craig says. “When they volunteer here, I a summertime concert experience featuring want them to do something they want to different styles of music. Country Christmas do. I don’t want to put them in a position is their most popular event of the year, when they don’t want to be in. I want to make sure families come to enjoy hayrides, meet Santa their interests are aligned with what we have Claus, tour the holiday-decorated historic to offer.” house and more.
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“Volunteers go a long way into making sure these events are successful,” Craig says. “The more people we have for the events, the easier it is on everyone. It’s not like working concessions at big events that are crazy and hectic. Here it is so much more fun because you’re interacting with people and enjoying the atmosphere. Blackacre is a hidden treasure in Louisville. When people discover us, they immediately fall in love with the farm animals, the homestead’s history and beautiful trails.” Blackacre Nature Preserve contains one of the county’s most complete 18thcentury farm complexes - the Moses Tyler Homestead. It includes a stone cottage, a two-story limestone springhouse, and a double-crib, Appalachian-style log barn, all built from the land’s natural resources. The 230-year-old barn has stood the test of time, and children love to explore the structure. The homestead is like an outdoor museum where people can walk through history.
Visitors can experience a working farm and feed the goats, horses, sheep and cattle along the fence line. The 1844 Presley Tyler farmhouse is open on select dates throughout the year. Docents dressed in period attire talk about the homestead’s beginnings, including its ties to the Revolutionary War and whiskey distillery operation. Several repairs have been made to the historic structures and education center, improving the property and making it more appealing to visitors. “We want Blackacre to look neat and presentable,” Craig says. “We don’t want things looking in a state of disrepair. People recognize that.” Blackacre offers several trails, great for those looking to get outdoors. Numerous trails wind through fields and forests, and by streams and ponds. Blackacre provides a
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Education is a major part of the Blackacre mission including field trips, after-school programs, summer camps and pre-K activities. Blackacre has partnered with LEAP Outside and Outside the Box Therapy to offer nature-based learning and Blackacre is home to Jefferson County’s playtime for pre-K and neurodivergent largest community garden, with more than children. Story time with Miss Prim has been a huge success among children aged 2 400 plots of land available to rent. The garden has grown in popularity and includes to 7. She promotes movement, literacy and music in a park-like setting. nearly 300 gardeners. “Beyond growing vegetables, people are cultivating friendships,” says Community Garden Manager Susan Ballerstedt.
“The long-term success of Blackacre is dependent on volunteer and donor support of the community,” Craig says. “It takes a
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It’s that time of year again when everyone around you is cleaning, sorting, organizing and decluttering, right? Yes, spring cleaning is a thing, and we love it because it gives us an opportunity to freshen up our home and get a head start on the coming hectic seasons we tend to have in the spring and summer. We’ve got a few tips to help you survive and dominate cleaning this spring.
Find an Ultimate Checklist This may sound kind of funny, but lists are very helpful. You can find many different options for this on Pinterest, but find one you like. The nice thing about having an ultimate checklist is that it will get you on the right track and keep you from forgetting about areas like baseboards, vents or those pesky blinds.
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Just like you might plan out meals each week, try setting up a cleaning schedule. Not only will this help you stay on top of everything much easier, but it also spreads out the work so that you aren’t letting your cleaning take over an entire day. Try doing some tasks every other day of the week, like floors on Mondays, windows on Wednesdays, bathrooms on Thursdays and laundry on Sundays. Spreading out the tasks will help you feel accomplished without feeling overwhelmed.
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solutions (for carpets, bathrooms, kitchens, floors and windows). Here’s a quick top-10 cleaning supplies list for every home - a good sponge, towels, microfiber cloths, a squeegee, a bucket, a spray bottle, a scrub brush, an old toothbrush, a good broom (with a dustpan) and a good vacuum. With these you’ll be on the right path to clean surroundings for sure.
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Sometimes cleaning room by room is the most effective way to deep clean. Grab that ultimate checklist from above to help you see what you need to do in each room, and remind you where you might need to spend extra time in each space. Make sure you focus on areas you may have neglected through the winter months. While in each room, take a few extra minutes to organize the spaces. Sort items into
four piles as you go through - trash, give away, sure to make your kitchen smell amazing. store, and/or put away. Get rid of the trash and You’ll need mainly baking soda, citric give-away pile as soon as you can. acid, essential oils, a mini spray bottle, castile soap diluted with water, and a silicone mold. Castile soap is optional but the water is still necessary, as it’s the When it comes to cleaning, we aren’t all made binder of the recipe. the same. While there are some people who really enjoy cleaning, there are plenty Start by mixing the dry ingredients - two of people out there who just plain can’t cups of baking soda and one cup of citric stand doing it. Unfortunately, we all know acid - together in a bowl. You can mix it has to be done, so why not make it a together by using a fork, and make sure to little more fun by turning the music up break up the little clumps that the baking and making it a game with the family? soda is most likely going to try to form. Blast your favorite tunes while scrubbing that toilet or mopping the floors. We all If using castile soap, pour a small amount know those long handles make the best in the spray bottle and dilute with faux microphones. water. Next, you’ll add 15 to 20 drops of essential oils to dry the mixture. Be sure While cleaning isn’t always everyone’s to drop all over the mixture and not just favorite, good smells usually make us feel in one spot. Top-choice essential oils good. Here’s a fun little recipe for DIY for this recipe would be citrus burst or garbage disposal cleaner bombs that are lemon, but you can use whatever scent
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The Courtyards at Curry Farms is an Epcon community whose tagline is, “Life is meant to be lived on your terms.” It’s an attractive notion for folks of all demographics, including empty nesters and those in search of an easier lifestyle with fewer home-care responsibilities. "We help so many people who've raised their families get to enjoy hobbies and traveling," says Michelle Heareth, sales and design manager. "Because of their work schedules or their personal lives, they like having someone to mow and mulch for them. They also love living in a community that offers so much for them to do; from walking, swimming, pickleball and a work out room." Though Epcon communities exist all across the country, this is the first of its kind in the Louisville area. The Courtyards at Curry Farms offers seven different floor plans, which buyers can personalize. Should a buyer choose to build a basement, they can purchase a walkout lot with a private back view.
The community, which will ultimately include 176 homes, features a clubhouse with gathering space, full kitchen, exercise room and dining area (which can be used for business meetings). There is also a heated pool and two pickleball courts. The average price of a home is roughly $460,000, though some smaller floor plans start in the $320,000 range. “Realistically, no one ever buys a base house because they add features to make it their own,” Heareth says. “People can live here for as little as $375,000 or as much as $600,000, depending on the floor plan, the features, and whether they do a walk-out or add a second floor. We can be as affordable as someone needs to be, based on the space that they choose.” According to Heareth, the floor plans provide the best use of space in the kitchen, living room and master bedroom. “All the other rooms are ancillary, really,” she says. “Though if you need a floor plan with a home office, we have some that can accommodate that as well.” TownePost.com / APRIL 2022 / 25
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Heareth suspects that throughout COVID-19, many folks have grown weary of caring for their homes, and have begun to crave something smaller and more convenient. “A move to a place like this makes life more manageable,” she says. “What I really love about this community, first and foremost, is that it feels like you’re on vacation at a resort but you’re at home.”
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An aspiring singer-songwriter works with music heroes to release a new hit single. It sounds like the start of a dream. For Andi Zyland, it has been. Zyland released “New Static,” an infectious modern pop dance track, late last year. The new project is a departure from Zyland’s previous sound, and she even changed her name. Formerly billed as Andi Ramser, part of Mad Luck, an upbeat pop rock band with Sean Ewing, she retooled herself as a solo singer - Andi Zyland.
In the fall of 2019, when Zyland, a native of Georgetown, Indiana, saw an online contest offering a free production package with the Moxy Brothers, a music production company started by Adrian Young of No Doubt and Todd Forman, formerly of Sublime, she jumped at the chance to work with the two music industry megastars.
She spent a week in Long Beach, California, last summer working with Young and Forman at Young’s home studio known as the Ruby Red Room. Zyland describes it as “a dream come true” and says No Doubt was a huge influence that inspired her to become a singer in the first place. Adrian Young is the drummer for the rock band, with lead vocals by Gwen Stefani.
When she didn’t win, Zyland says she was disappointed at first, but the production duo of Young and Forman heard potential in her unique vocal style. Zyland has been a singer and songwriter for about 15 years. In that time she’s been in “The contest allowed me to make that several bands and acoustic acts. Her original connection,” she explains. “When the world band, Mad Luck, was playing shows and started opening back up, I reached out gearing up for a second album release until again. The timing was just right.” COVID-19 hit and stopped everyone in their tracks in early 2020. 26 / APRIL 2022 / TownePost.com
Then, when her writing partner got an opportunity to join a touring band, Zyland says she knew she needed to find a way to continue her passion for creating music. She took the time to focus on her plan and figure out her next steps. “I had to make my own path and decide what direction to go,” she says. “I wanted to venture outside of my comfort zone. I’m so influenced by the ‘80s and ‘90s.” She adds that she didn’t want to leave her roots completely, but rather experiment with a different sound. “When you’re an independent artist and you’re not expected to make a certain type of music, it gives you freedom to experiment,” she says. “When I think about what I love - Beck, Blondie, No Doubt, Garbage, The Police - I pull from so many different influences. Then add the creativity and experience Adrian and Todd brought to the table, and the song took on a personality of its own.” “New Static” reflects on her time of change and looking inward. Zyland says she really leaned into the uncomfortable and allowed herself to be vulnerable.
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Zyland did what she always does when she writes - she pulled inspiration from personal experience. “I lied down on my living room floor with a pen and my journals and told myself, ‘You are going to do this,’” she says. That determination is what fueled her through the doubt she felt. She says she wove her hesitation and willingness to fight through it in the lyrics. “It’s about feeling like an imposter, but the opportunity knocks so I took it,” she says. “Then fighting through all the discomfort, pain and all the self-doubt because it was something I wanted so badly. I could feel it in my veins. I knew I had to give it my all to see where it would go.”
After collaborating virtually with Young and Forman throughout the summer, she spent a week in August in Long Beach with the Moxy Brothers team tracking and mixing the instruments and vocals.
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Zyland sang the lead vocals, Young played drums and guitar, and Forman played keyboard, synth bass, and horns. Young’s son Mason also played guitar on the song. With the release of the single and video of “New Static,” Zyland plans to focus in the upcoming months on writing new material. “The challenging question now is, what’s
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Did you know that April is National Volunteer Month? This is the time when all can give a hearty thanks to those who spend countless hours in their communities to help a variety of organizations. Volunteers are often referred to as the “heart” or “backbone” of these organizations - which is so very true. Without volunteers donating their time, their passion and often their money, many worthwhile programs, a majority which are nonprofit, might cease to exist. Here is the story behind National Volunteer Month. Canada began celebrating National Volunteer Week in 1943 to recognize women working on the home front during World War II. Celebrations dropped after the war but eventually picked back up again in the late 1960s and early 1970s. National Volunteer Week became prevalent in the United States in 1974, eventually expanding to National Volunteer Month. President Richard Nixon urged Americans to observe the week by finding volunteer opportunities. He called upon people to “recognize volunteers by observing the
week with special ceremonies to honor those who have given countless hours for the betterment of our communities and the American way of life.” In 2003 President George W. Bush formed the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation, to recognize the worthwhile contributions people of all ages were making through service. The council went on to create a volunteer opportunity database at volunteer.org, and established a program to recognize Americans with the President’s Volunteer Service Award. What exactly are the duties of a volunteer? You’ll find them assisting at animal shelters such as the Kentucky Humane Society, where they feed and comfort stray animals. They dig into the dirt to plant bulbs, trees, shrubs and flowers at the Waterfront Botanical Gardens. They deliver nutritious food to homebound senior citizens through Meals on Wheels. They donate their time to the American Red Cross by being blood donor ambassadors or working on the Disaster Action Team (DAT), where they meet disaster-caused needs of individuals or households. If you’ve never volunteered but have always wanted to, yet feel intimidated by working 30 / APRIL 2022 / TownePost.com
with a larger organization, there are always ways to help out on a smaller scale. Just look for places in your own neighborhood. One place to find volunteer opportunities is at your child’s school. That is how Veronica Berkenbosch began her volunteer career. She stepped up to help when her son joined the marching band at Eastern High School (EHS) in Middletown. “During the summer band camp I helped with meal preparation and serving food, as well as working water duty and with first aid,” she says. “I’ve also worked at the concession stand and I did stadium cleanup.” Berkenbosch also served as the communications secretary with the band’s board of directors. She worked with the band’s uniform department, plus she helped with show props, fundraising, and chaperoning students to competitions. She was also the volunteer coordinator for the band’s Eagle Classic band competition held each fall. Volunteering with the band became a family affair, as her husband John also lent a helping hand. “He volunteered in first aid at the Eagle
Classic and during the band’s road trips,” she says. “He also ran the Christmas tree lots for several years, which is one of the band’s biggest fundraisers.”
“I spent 11 years as a Girl Scout and 42 years as an adult volunteer,” Morris explains. “My mother was my troop leader in the beginning. I had so much fun, I never left.”
The couple’s youngest child graduated in 2017 so their duties with the band tapered off, but she still helps in various capacities.
Morris leads three girl groups - a Brownie troop, a Junior troop, and a troop for middle and high school girls. Their meetings take place at Woodland Church in Middletown. Part of her program involves offering a variety of experiences through meetings and field trips.
“I’ve loved my time as a volunteer with the EHS bands,” she says. “I loved getting to know the kids, and being present for our children as well as their friends. Getting involved in activities that our children participate in is significant as well. It shows our kids that we care about what they are passionate about. I think volunteering is very important because it connects us with the community.” Scouting programs can also use volunteers - especially volunteers like Kerry Morris. She’s been associated with the Girl Scouts program for an amazing 53 years.
“To run an effective troop, you have to love the girls and what you are doing, be very organized and have good parental support,” she explains. “I want my girls to know that they are important and that I am here to help them reach their full potential. By volunteering, I have made a lot of friends, had new experiences and had the privilege of impacting our future.” Local churches are also good places to discover volunteer opportunities.
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of life as an expectant mother to a mother of a child about to start school, is an incredible thing. Being able to pay that forward as a mentor is just as special if not more so. I feel blessed to have been introduced to MOPS all those years ago. It’s been one of the absolute best things I’ve ever been a part of.”
“I first attended MOPS as a parent participant in 2001, and the following year I signed up to be the care team coordinator,” Bagwell states. “My job was to get volunteers within our group to do such things as take meals, diapers, and anything else to moms and their families.”
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She held other positions along the way such as discussion group leader and table leader. In 2019 Bagwell began volunteering with the local MOPS program as a child-care worker with the 2-year-olds group. “When COVID hit, I moved into a mentoring position,” she explains. “We are there to participate in the meeting like the moms do, but we are also there just to talk with new moms, to show them hospitality, give encouragement, advice and emotional support. For the 2021-2022 year I still serve as a mentor for the mothers, plus I recently stepped into the role of coordinating childcare volunteers with my fellow mentors.” Bagwell says MOPS holds a special place her heart. “It obviously had a big effect on me from day one, otherwise I wouldn’t have wanted to be in the roles I had or the ones I have now,” she says. “To be able to lock arms with other mothers, then and now, to get through, enjoy and understand the season
The WLKY Spirit of Louisville Foundation holds the annual Bell Awards, which recognizes individuals who have demonstrated the true spirit of Louisville through selfless volunteer efforts. They recognize 10 adult recipients, plus two individuals who receive the WLKY Bell Awards Youth Service Honor. In conjunction with Mayor Greg Fischer, the foundation presents the Mayor’s Spirit of Louisville Award, and along with Churchill Downs the foundation presents the John Asher Spirit Award. The 2021 Bell Award honorees included George Addison, a lifelong advocate of educational, youth, social justice and civic issues; Elmer Lucille Allen, a founder of West Louisville Women’s Collaborative (WLWC) as well as a volunteer with Western Library, Frazier History Museum, Louisville Central Community Center, Fund for the Arts, and Commission on Public Art; and Doug Pifer, founder of TKO Parkinson’s, a nonprofit, free exercise program for those living with Parkinson’s disease. After his own diagnosis, he became involved with Rock Steady Boxing (RSB), which has been proven to slow down the progression of Parkinson’s Disease and 32 / APRIL 2022 / TownePost.com
In St. Matthews there are organizations such as St. Matthews Area Ministries (stmam. com), Blessings in a Backpack (louisville. blessingsinabackpack.org) and the Alzheimer’s Association (alz.org). In Middletown, volunteer opportunities include the Middletown chapter of Lions Club International (middletownlions. net) and Water With Blessings (waterwithblessings.org). In Jeffersontown, you’ll find ways to help through Jeffersontown Area Ministries (louisvilleministries.org/projects-archive/ jeffersontown-area-ministries). If you’d like to do an overall search for volunteer opportunities, sites such as Volunteer Match are a good place to start. Go to volunteermatch.org to find opportunities with organizations that work with children, animals, seniors and more. Finally, gotolouisville.com is another great avenue for locating local volunteer work. Volunteers help with area festivals, at the Visitor Center, and with greeting conventioneers visiting our city. If you know someone who is a volunteer or meet someone who spends their time volunteering, this is the month to show them your appreciation.
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In March of 2020 the Jeffersontown Chamber of Commerce reached 1,000 members. There was a lot of excitement about achieving this milestone and great anticipation for what would come next. The City of Jeffersontown remained booming, and reaping the benefits of a number of new business attraction projects creating jobs and filling up buildings. The chamber staff and board of directors were excited as they hosted the annual dinner and celebrated another amazing Gaslight Festival. The year was still new and filled with fresh ideas, new expectations and renewed excitement about what would come next. Off in the distance there was a buzz in the news about a global pandemic coming to the states. There were news stories about mask wearing, a pause on global travel and predictions of economic change. Many of us thought, “It’ll just take a few weeks to get past this, and Kentucky will be spared because global pandemics don’t happen in Louisville, Kentucky.”
Well, as a chamber of commerce, what do you think we did? We’re all about gathering and we’re all about networking. We thought, “What do we do now? How do we serve? How do we support our business leaders and provide calm and compassion for each other, even when we are worried about our own destiny?” Never before have chambers had to think differently and rally around community and business needs. Chambers across the country were reimagining ways to serve their members and add value. Some were accessing personal protective equipment in bulk so they could get it out to companies for use by their employees and customers. Some were developing loan programs to help businesses stay afloat. Chambers were utilizing virtual technology for networking opportunities, while others were developing workforce strategies to help fill frontline jobs with people who were being laid off from other industry positions. Some chambers were doing all of this at once. At times it seemed like organized chaos. The Jeffersontown Chamber is proud of the role we played to support businesses. By July of 2020 we were past the shock of the initial crisis, and delivering new opportunities for businesses to connect. We created a COVID resource guide to help companies access loan funds, business counseling and emotional support.
Then, there it was. For the safety of our families, friends, co-workers, students and customers, we had to shelter in place. Wear masks. Coach our kids on algebra. Wipe down groceries. No more community We hosted weekly Chamber Chats to offer gatherings and no more business networking. connection to one another. We started a
COVID series focused on how to manage employees through a pandemic and how to reach customers when you can’t have them on-site. We re-initiated our job board, and upgraded our technology so our own staff could be more resourceful in serving businesses. We held as many traditional events as we could through online platforms. We even created virtual events for the 2020 Gaslight Festival just so we could keep some sense of tradition given the conditions we were experiencing. Today it feels like we might be coming out of this pandemic, and our Jeffersontown Chamber is better for it. As hard as it has been, it gave us a chance to clean closets and file cabinets so we get to start anew. We learned our chamber is more than cocktails and coffee meetings. We are resourceful problem solvers and creative leaders. We are tech-savvy pioneers in managing groups of people via Zoom. We are experienced professionals who care about our community, and will go to extreme lengths to find ways to support our companies. This relentless virus taught us to be ready for anything. My predecessor did an amazing job preparing for a crisis. We didn’t have to let any of our staff go, and in fact have been able to keep all of our positions and even grow by one. Now, in 2022, the Jeffersontown Chamber has launched a new brand with a bold, fresh look. It reflects our new self-worth and our fearlessness in serving others. We continue
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