HMR is a proven, intensive diet and lifestyle education program that teaches individuals how to eat properly and exercise in order to lose weight and keep it off long term. It is a complete weight and health management program that provides decision-free dieting to participants.
Fister appointed to national business advisory council
Shirley Fister, a partner of Style Auto LLC and Sindbad Land LLC of Danville, has been appointed to serve on the National Republican Congressional Committee's Business Advisory Council in recognition of the contributions and dedication to the Republican party. Fister will serve Kentucky and is expected to play a crucial role in the party's efforts to involve top business people in the process of government reform.
Heartland Veterinary staff attend educational conference
Dr. Chuck Keiser, Jerry Peyton and Megan Torrao of Heartland Veterinary Hospital attended five days of continuing education at the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association meeting in Columbus, Ohio. Meetings covered advancements in dentistry, behavior medication, nutrition, ultrasonagraphy, history taking, the Internet potential on history taking, prescriptions and setting appointments, etc.
BCTC president to resign in May
Jim Kerley has officially resigned his position as president of Bluegrass Community and Technical College effective May 31. The college has a campus in Danville.
Wheatley named employment and training coordinator
Kimberly Wheatley recently was named employment and training coordinator for Experience Works, a 40-year old, nonprofit organization that offers training, employment and community service opportunities for older workers.
She joined Experience Works in November 2006. As employment and training coordinator, Wheatley covers 12 counties: Boyle, Bullitt, Casey, Green, Jackson, Laurel, Lincoln, Marion, Nelson, Rockcastle, Taylor and Washington. Through coordinating employment and career counseling, she provides work experience training in community service, job readiness classes and on-the-job training in subsidized employment.
Wheatley graduated magna cum laude from Louisville's Sullivan University in 2005 and received a bachelor's degree is business science with a major in business administration and minor in human resources.
For more information about Experience Works, call Wheatley at (502) 348-7431.
Donya Saylor joins Farmers National Bank
Donya Saylor has joined Farmers National Bank, working in the Risk Management Department as assistant vice president, bank secrecy act officer.
She has been in the banking industry for more than 20 years, serving in retail and branch management roles.
Saylor is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University and resides in Crab Orchard. She is a participant in the 2006-2007 Boyle Leadership Program, serves as an ambassador for the Danville Boyle County Chamber of Commerce and is chairperson of the Women in Business Committee for the Chamber.
Mulgrave joins Fifth Third Bank
Valerie Mulgrave has joined the Fifth Third Bank Central Kentucky securities team as an investment consultant. She will serve the Frankfort, Harrodsburg and Danville communities.
Mulgrave has five years of experience in the financial services industry as an independent adviser. She also worked with private industry customers for 15 years as a small business owner. To contact Mulgrave, call (859) 227-4588.
Fifth Third Bank Central Kentucky has 20 banking centers throughout the Bluegrass.
Commonwealth Cancer Center receives ACR accreditation
Commonwealth Cancer Center in Danville, Frankfort, Somerset, London, Corbin and Russell Springs has been awarded a three-year term of accreditation in PET/CT as the result of a recent survey by the American College of Radiology.