In making the announcement, Greg Caudill, bank president, said, "Our teller staff as a whole is one the most well-managed areas in our organization. Traci has done a marvelous job of motivating, monitoring and focusing her staff on its most important job: excellent customer service. This promotion is in recognition of all that she means to Farmers National Bank."
Web site designed by The Idea Farm wins international award
Farmer's Tobacco Co. of Cynthiana, a client of The Idea Farm, has recently been awarded the Web Marketing Association's 2004 prestigious "Outstanding Website" award for their Web site. The award was given for outstanding creativity and design of the Website completed by The Idea Farm last fall, according to a press release.
The WebAwards are presented annually to recognize a select group of talented individuals who are behind some of the industry's top Web sites. The Web site designed by The Idea Farm competed with sites from 19 other countries in 80 different industries, the release said.
"As the Web design and hosting part of our business grows, it's nice to see recognition from such an important national organization," said Ron Jackson, Idea Farm president. "The important thing is that the site works well for our client and has helped them in growing their company and their brand."
The Idea Farm is an international advertising, marketing and public relations firm based in Danville.
18 participate in 2004-05 Adult Leadership Boyle County
Eighteen candidates have been accepted into the 2004-05 Adult Leadership Boyle County Class.
The participants spend nine months learning about, and working with, various aspects of the Boyle County community. The first event was an orientation retreat Sept. 17-18 at Lake Cumberland State Resort Park. Team-building exercises and skills were targeted and developed. The monthly training sessions, sponsored by the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce, are designed to give future leaders of the community a behind-the-scenes view of different community areas and services, such as education, health needs and issues, and the economy.
Members of the class are Melanie Ansorge, Danville Independent Schools; DeNae Boyd, National City Bank; Elizabeth Cook, Adcolor, Inc.; Danielle Dampier, Danville Independent Schools; Ricky Dear, Boyle County Schools; Marty Gibson, Farmers National Bank; Sheree Gilliam, Inter County Energy; Ann Hamlin, Stith Funeral Home; Mike Hubbard, American Greetings Corp; Steve Jamison, Centre College; Jeff Joiner, Primevest; Paula Kilby, Chamber of Commerce; Mike Kestly, VictorReinz; Brian Miller, Centre College; Brian Reynolds, Kentucky Trust Co., Mary Rudd, Boyle County Schools; and Steve Shaffer, VictorReinz. The coordinators are Patty Overing, Tom Tye, and Sherry Bodner.
Owens joins Century 21
Ryan Owens has joined Century 21 Wilson Realty and Auction Co. as a sales agent.
Owens is a graduate of Boyle County High School and the University of Kentucky. He has been active in Scouting and is an Eagle Scout.
Owens currently is serving his second term as a Danville city commissioner and is mayor pro-tem.