Please select the link for the application forms and directions to apply for the Leadership Meade County
Leadership Meade Country classes begin next week with orientation and day retreat planned for Hodgenville, Kentucky. Elizabethtown Community & Technical College will lead the retreat with the help of their workforce development and leadership staff Beth Roberts and Kenny Rambo. We will spend the day at the Lincoln Museum’s Community Room, have lunch at Paula’s Biscuits, voted the Best of Kentucky as a locally owned restaurant, and tour the Lincoln Museum, voted the Best Local Museum in Kentucky. It should be a great get away for team building and focus on building leadership skills with our 14 member class.
Welcome, Leadership Meade County Class of 2014.
Crystal Adcock – The Meade County Messenger, Elizabeth Arnold – First Federal Savings Bank, Steven Barr – The Cecilian Bank, Jennifer Benham – Fort Knox Federal Credit Union, Marilyn Craycroft – UK Cooperative Extension, Dr. Tom Davenport – Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, Janet Hobbs, UK Cooperative Extension, Rachael Mangin – D. Brown & Associates, Joe Mangin – MC Fiscal Court, Ginger Speer – Fort Knox Federal Credit Union, Megan Stith, United Way of Central Kentucky, Daniel Williams – U.S. ARMY, Jackie from Monument Chemical Plant.
Thank you to our members area businesses for your support
The Meade County Chamber has the privilege of having Margaret Benham, Library Director and Ashley Childs, Assistant Library Director serving as Chamber Ambassadors. “They are a great help and support and no job is too small or too big when offering a helping hand. The County has a great resource with the library and the extra programs they provide. They are on top of the pulse of our chamber and the community and I really appreciate their membership!” Director Logsdon stated.
The Library has seven full time and 23 part-time staff. They offer volunteer opportunities. Conference rooms may be utilized for meetings or programs encouraging groups to meet in the library for educational, cultural, and civic purposes.
The Meade County Public Library has been serving the informational, educational and recreational reading needs of the citizens of Meade since its beginnings in 1955. In September 2011, construction was completed on their new facility at 996 Old Ekron Road in Brandenburg. The building is spacious, contains a History room for genealogy research, 24 computers for public use, many different genres plus eBooks to check out, and free Wifi.
They gladly assist job seekers with navigating on-line job announcements and preparing resumes. Meade County Public Library has a very active children’s program and offer many fitness programs: Zumba©, Pilates, Gentle Yoga, and Naam Yoga. Other classes include computer skills, card making, chess, wreaths, cake decorating, book discussions, creative writing, and much more.
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 September Member of the Month!