Greene is safety and loss prevention director for The Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives, which provides electric utility services for Kentucky's 26 electric cooperatives.
Business women recognized
In observance of Kentucky Professional Women's Week, Oct. 19-23, the Danville Business and Professional Women's Club acknowledged the accomplishments of local women.
The Woman of Achievement Award was presented to Melissa Caudill for her work and contributions to Autism Awareness support program — both locally and regionally.
Martha Caywood, owner of Derby Shoppe and Raggs, accepted the Business Equity Award for the company's participation in empowering women in the workplace.
Annual dues in the Danville Business and Professional Women Club have been reduced to $25. President Lori Stocker and the club encourage and welcome new members. The next meeting will be 5:30 p.m. Nov. 16 at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center where a tour of the newly-renovated facilities will take place.
For more information or if interested in joining the club, call Stocker at (859) 936-7808 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applebee's to offer free entree
Applebee's is offering all veterans and active duty military a free entree on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, in recognition of their service and as a way to say, "Thank you."
Last year a limited number of Applebee's restaurants tested the offering of a free meal on Veterans Day, and because the response was so positive, all U.S. restaurants will participate this year.
Military personnel will be able to choose an entree from six different menu items.
Guests will be asked to show proof of service, which can include U.S. Uniform Services Identification Card, U.S. Uniform Retired Identification Card, Current Leave and Earnings Statement, Veterans Organization Card, photograph in uniform or wearing uniform.
For more information about Veterans Day at Applebee's, log on to www.applebees.com/vetsday. A complete listing of all Applebee's locations is available at www.applebees.com.
Muddy Creek Music now full-time
Muddy Creek Music, located in the back of Muddy Creek Primitives at 84 Brenda Ave., Danville, now is operating full-time.
Owner and musician, Kenny Horseman, who had a music store 10 years ago, is back in the business full-time. The shop is a franchise dealer for Takemine, Yorkville, Digitech, Nady, Furman and working on carrying more lines as the business grows.
Muddy Creek Music offers guitar and bass lessons with Chuck Reed, as well as contacts for other musical instruction, bands, solo acts, or DJs for social functions. The shop provides sound or PA rental for festivals and other events.
Items not in stock can be acquired within one to two days.
Muddy Creek Music is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays. The store plans to hold extended hours during the holidays.
For more information, call (859) 236-1558.
Robinson retires from FNB
Tony Robinson retired from Farmers National Bank with 30 years of banking experience. The Board of Directors and staff recently hosted community receptions honoring Robinson at the Danville and Harrodsburg banking facilities. Greg Caudill, president, presented Robinson with a Corporate Resolution adopted by the Board of Directors for his service and dedication to the bank. The board also approved naming Robinson to its Mercer County Community Board.
Farmers National Bank, a community owned bank since 1879, has banking facilities in Burgin, Danville, Harrodsburg, Junction City, Perryville, Stanford and Lancaster.
Alley joins Ricashades
Mark Alley, formerly of Regis Salon in Pikeville, recently joined Ricashades Salon, 2900 S. Danville Bypass, Suite 108, as a master stylist.
Alley specializes in color formulating for skin tone, foiling, razor cuts, waxing and precision techniques. He is accepting new clients and is available Tuesday through Saturday.