We understand that purchasing PPE and sanitizing supplies can be a burden for many of our small businesses. In cooperation with the City of Washington Court House and the Community Improvement Corporation, we are proud to offer the ‘Fayette County Supply Share’ program. We will be placing a large order of sanitizer and masks. You will only be responsible for paying for the items you order and the respective tax and shipping fees. I am attaching the order form. To have these items available as soon as possible, we ask that you place your order by 3:00 p.m. Friday, May 1, 2020. I will get the shipping fees from our supplier and contact you with your total. All check payments must be made payable to the Community Improvement Corporation and dropped off to the City Building by 3:30 p.m. on Monday, May 4th. Should we see this program is helpful, we will provide another opportunity to order as the need arises.

We thank the City of Washington Court House and the CIC for their willingness to assist with this project.

Printable version of Supply Share order form.

At the time of this email, we still do not have the official ammended Stay at Home Order from the governor’s office . This order will articulate the changes he announced on Monday. Once that order is made public, we will reschedule our zoom webinar with Deputy Health Commissioner, Leigh Cannon.

As we prepare to reopen, I think of Alexander Graham Bell’s famous quote. “Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.” We are here to help you prepare to succeed!

Until tomorrow,