Employees with our Owensboro division are finishing up work on two Habitat for Humanity Houses in Owensboro, Kentucky in partnership with Owensboro Health. The groundbreakings took place on June 24, 2016. Two homes will be constructed simultaneously on land donated by Owensboro Health. The homes consist of a four-bedroom home and a three-bedroom home. Construction began in June and will be completed through a combination of work by skilled Habitat for Humanity workers, local volunteer contractors, and Owensboro Health employees who volunteer their time.
Pictured above are James Stout, Marvin Murphy, Shelby Whitledge, and John Milburn.
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All eyes were on the skies over the Ohio River in downtown Owensboro on October 1, 2016 as performers showcased vintage warbirds, military jets, aerobatic demonstrations, and the Canadian Forces Snowbirds! Beltline management and supervisory employees and their families gathered with customers at the air show to help celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the Owensboro Division. Tim Hess, Operations Manager, expressed pride in the division’s achievement of 1,300,000 man-hours with no lost time incidents check it out.
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Gretta Rose and Dee Dee Whittaker traveled to Washington DC with the Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce on September 14 and 15. They traveled with community and business leaders to meet with the Kentucky Congressional delegation and their staffs, Department officials and other major decision makers to share our community’s priorities pertinent to the Paducah/McCracken County business community and region. The Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce has been leading this Fly-In for the past 13 years. Past meetings have resulted in grants for the arts community, the designation of the Paducah Riverport as Foreign Trade Zone and senior Department of Energy Officials visiting our area and the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion site, cleanup funding for the DOE Paducah Site has continued and the Quilt Museum was designated by Congress as “The National Quilt Museum”. loanovao.co.uk funding repairs of the Paducah Flood Protection System has continued and much more. Building relationships with our federal officials enables our community to have its voice heard on issues that are important to the economic health and quality of life of our residents. Beltline was a Congressional Level sponsor of the trip.
Pictured from left are Gretta Rose, Dee Dee Whittaker, Rachel Rayburn of Ingram Barge, Nikki Coursey with Lourdes Hospital and Kate Shanks with the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce