Across the commonwealth, Kentuckians are modeling the Team Kentucky example by uniting together to show support for our first responders and health care workers.
Farmers Bank is holding a food drive now through March 15th to benefit the kids in the Frankfort/Franklin County community. Now, more than ever, our kids need our help. Consider stopping by your nearest Farmers Bank location and donating non-perishable food items to be used in the Backpack Snack Program. Donations given to those most in need.
Thank you in advance!
We are also collecting pet item donations for LIFEHouse for Animals. Any donations are welcome! Suggested items include:
Rawhide Chews – Large, Med, Small
Dog Treats (Biscuits, Chewy treats, dental treats)
Cat Treats (Hard and Soft)
Small dog collars
Leashes – 4 ft., 6 ft.
Dog Harnesses – Small & Medium
Dog Toys – Small, Medium, Large (*Especially Tough toys)
Small Pet Beds/Fleece Blankets
Facility Management Supplies
Clumping Cat Litter
Laundry Detergent/Dryer Sheets
Mr. Clean Erase Scrubbers
Trash Bags – Kitchen can & 30 Gallon
Recycle your plastic grocery bags and newspapers by donating them to LIFEHouse For Animals.
Larry Luebbers, Market President for MainSource Bank, along representatives of MainSource presented members of the 2012 Leadership Frankfort class, Weekend …
As the need to help those less fortunate continues to rise, the business leaders in Frankfort continue to ride ot the occasion. On Thursday, December 13, 2012, John Hibbard and Amzie Wenning of the Edward Jones offices here in Frankfort, donated a carload of toys to the toy drive that Cornerstone Art & Event Gallery was holding to benefit the children at Cosaire Children’s Hospital and UK Children’s Hospital. On hand to receive the generous donation was Jay Stevens of Rightious Radio, and Sharon Fincel of Cornerstone Art Gallery.