Business Briefs for April 25

April 25, 2004

Branham honored by Chamber of Commerce

Betty Branham, office manager at Caregivers by Linda, has been named 2004 Administrative Professional of the Year by the Danville/Boyle County Chamber of Commerce.

Branham was presented a plaque at recent Chamber luncheon by Paula Fowler, Chamber executive director.

She was nominated for the award by Linda Dye, owner of Caregivers by Linda.

Lawson honored at Northpoint

David Lawson of Danville has been named "Employee of the Month" for April at Northpoint Training Center.

Lawson began his employment at Northpoint in June of 2001 as a correctional officer.

He was selected based on his outstanding job performance. He will receive a letter of commendation and will be assigned a reserved parking space for the month. His name will be added to the "Employee of the Month" plaque.


Bed and breakfast to open in Danville

The Chambers Bed & Breakfast will open Saturday at 238 N. Third St. in Danville.

The historic Greek Revival home, built in about 1828, includes three guestrooms. The bed and breakfast offers a full gourmet breakfast, afternoon tea and refreshments, a large garden and deck, a conference room and special packages for special events.

The hosts are Buz Creekmore and Carolyn Hogwood.

Phone: (800) 906-8804 or (859) 236-1693. Web site: www.

Bullock joins Spirit Chevrolet-Buick and RV

Hugh Bullock has joined the sales staff of Spirit Chevrolet-Buick and RV of Harrodsburg.

Bullock has more than 25 years of sales experience as a manufacturer's representative in the outdoor hunting and recreation industry in Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. He also served as sales and marketing director for Pitman Creek Wholesale of Hustonville.

He is a 14-year resident of Mercer County.

Irvin elected vice president of auctioneers association

Cliff-Ed Irvin, a Realtor and auctioneer with The Irvin Group of Lancaster, was elected vice president of the Kentucky Auctioneers Association at the association's annual meeting Monday in Louisville.

Other officers elected included Ken Watts of Nicholasville, president, and Steve Cornish of Lawrenceburg, president-elect.

The KAA is a 47-year-old organization with about 425 members.

Irvin is a third-generation Realtor/auctioneer and has been in the business for nine years.

Stinnett joins local real estate firm

Wallace Stinnett Jr. has joined Coldwell Banker VIP Realty as a full-time realtor.

Stinnett is a native of Danville and graduate of Boyle County High School. He and his wife, Geneva, own Access Information Systems, a document conversion service bureau.

They have four children and reside at 639 N. Third St.

Elliott receives real estate license

Ruth Ann Elliott recently completed the required classroom training and has received her Kentucky real estate license.

Elliott grew up in the Perryville area and is a member of the Boyle County Board of Education. She has joined ERA Team Realtors as a full-time sales associate.

King commissioned as a Notary Public

Sonja King of Danville has been appointed and commissioned as a Notary Public (State at Large) by Secretary of State Trey Grayson.

She is an employee at Cash Express at 905 Hustonville Road, Suite 4, Danville, which is now offering notary services.

Funds donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters

Cellular One, which owns wireless markets in 16 states, announced last week that it raised more than $1.5 million for charity in its Santa Cause campaign last winter.

Cellular One in Danville raised $8,586 as part of overall $27,112 that will go to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass.

Santa Cause benefited 50 Big Brothers Big Sisters chapters across the country.

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