New signs go up around the County.

New signs go up around the County.

  • Meade County Working towards a High Quality Work Force

    22 attendees gathered at the Meade County Public Library for the first informational meeting on applying to become a Work Ready Community. Mr. Robert Curry with the Kentucky Education Cabinet presented to the group an over view of the program with current Meade County Data. This helped the group to see just how close the application date can be achieved for Meade County.

    The Meade County Chamber of Commerce with support of Judge Lynn, came forward to gather the industrial, business community and area professionals to see what it’s going to take to become a Kentucky Work Ready Community. Area representatives included Mayors of Muldraugh and Brandenburg, County Magistrates, Kentucky Career Center, Lincoln Trail Area Development District, Meade County School Board, teachers and Superintendent, Communicare, Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, Consolidated Grain and Barge, Hilltop Quarry, Monument Chemical Company and the Meade County Vocational School gathered in September to hear » Continue Reading


    Brandenburg Nursing and RehabBrandenburg Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is the Meade County Area Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month for November, they are located at 814 Old Ekron Road Brandenburg. Center Director Betty Appleby and Marketing Specialist Tammy Rogers are regular attendees at the Chamber luncheons and frequent visitors to the Chamber office.

    Brandenburg Nursing & Rehabilitation Center offers “nursing care that combines a standard of excellence with a traditional sense of caring”. For those patients on a fast track to recovery they can bridge the gap from hospital to home with their rehab services.

    Their level of support to this Chamber is a great asset to the Chamber and the community, and it is important for us to say thank you and recognize their commitment to our success. Congratulations on being the October Member of the Month!