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Chamber News 1.4.22

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William E. Vaughan said, “An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves.”

I had the pleasure of spending my New Year’s Eve with a farmer, a nurse, a teacher, and a couple of 10-year-olds. We made quite the group. Each of us viewed 2021 through the good and bad experiences we lived through. All of the jobs represented were highly challenging in 2021, including that of being an elementary school student. As families and as professionals we’ve been asked to function in a world of uncertainty longer than we ever thought we would. Through that time, I’ve seen my family, my friends, and my community stand together, support each other, and hold each other up in amazing ways.

As we move into 2022, I know that this community will continue to grow. We will be the people that move business forward, who set new goals and then surpass them; because that is what we do. We stand together, we support each other, and we hold each other up in amazing ways!

Welcome to 2022!

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Jan 5 HFC Safety

Grant Opportunity!

Rural Development is accepting applications for the Rural Energy For America Program.
The next grant application deadline is March 31, 2022. This grant application deadline is for projects which request $20,000 or less, and for projects which request up to $500,000.
In brief, this program is designed to assist rural, small, for-profit businesses and agricultural producers install renewable energy systems or make energy efficiency improvements to their operations. These improvements can help eligible applicants control energy costs and improve the overall profitability of their operations. The grant program can cover up to 25% of the eligible project costs while the loan guarantee can cover up to 75% of the eligible project costs. Federal participation cannot exceed 75% of eligible project costs.
Grants can range from $1,500 to $500,000, with loan guarantees up to $25,000,000.
This program has helped farmers
  • replace grain dryers
  • replace fans and lights for livestock operations; and
  • install solar PV arrays to help offset electrical consumption.
Small businesses have benefited through
  • the replacement of lighting with high efficiency LED lighting
  • improvements to HVAC systems; and
  • the installation of a renewable energy system to help offset electrical consumption.
Additional information can be found at: Rural Energy for America Program.
Should you be interested in discussing a specific project or in receiving an application for your project, please contact one of the persons listed below:
Danielle Fry, Business Program Specialist, danielle.frye@usda.gov
Ann Stahl, Business Program Specialist ann.stahl@usda.gov
Jennifer Brown, Business Program Specialist jennifer.brown@usda.gov
Marcy Lucas, Business Program Specialist marcella.lucas@usda.gov
Evan Kohler, Business Program Specialist evan.kohler@usda.gov
Randy Monhemius, Business Program Specialist randy.monhemius@oh.usda.gov
Thank you for your time.
Randel Monhemius, Business Program Specialist
USDA, Rural Development
200 North High St., Room 507
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone 614-255-2424
Fax 614-255-2562

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December 1 News & Updates

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Chelsie Baker – WCH, David Kiger, Aubrey Kiger, James Kiger, Tara Aills, Kathy Patterson – Record Herald, Stephanie Dunham – Fay. Co Travel & Tourism, Katie House – Signature Healthcare, Debbie Bryant – United Way, McKenna Brown – WCH/Main St. Fayette

The Chamber is proud to honor James, David, & Aubrey Kiger on the continued success of Kiger & Kiger Lawyers LLP and their commitment to the Fayette County community.

Kiger & Kiger Lawyers LLP, is a multigenerational law firm, practicing in the areas of civil litigation, estate planning, probate work and real estate transactions, municipal law, and business law. They have been operating in Fayette County since March of 1962, over 57 years, and will continue to serve this community for many years to come!
132 S. Main St.
Washington Court House, OH 43160
740-335-5271 office
740-335-6556 fax

Congratulations PATH Behavioral Healthcare

Chamber Ambassadors and PATH staff Chamber induction ceremony: Erica Wilson – Local IQ, Christina Gast, Hep C Outreach, Katelyn Collins – Greenfield Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation, Katie House – Signature Healthcare, Kathy Patterson – Record Herald, McKenna Brown – Main St. Fayette, Chelsie Baker – City of WCH, Ronda Turner – ERA Martin & Assoc., Marion Baker – PATH, Beck Blade – PATH, Alissa Flach – PATH, Julie Baker – PATH, Shelby Stevens – PATH, Nettie Vanhoy – PATH, Debbie Bryant – United Way, Joe Denen – WCH City Manager, Melaney McCabe – All State Insurance, Dan Dean – Fayette Co. Commissioner, Teresa Arker – PATH, Amber Walker – PATH

 

The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting on Nov. 15, 2021, to celebrate the opening PATH Behavioral Healthcare’s Washington C.H. office and induction into the Chamber of Commerce.
PATH is an outpatient clinic, providing behavioral health services, and mental health counseling. They serve a range of clients from children, and adolescents, to adults.
For more information please follow the link below.

PATH Behavioral Healthcare

Upcoming Events

  • Nov 27 – Dec 18 – Shop Small Passport
  • Dec 1 – Dec 25 – Destination Outlets 25 Days of Christmas
  • Dec 4 (9am-2pm) – Toys for Tots, Toy Drive
  • Dec 10 – Downtown Live Shop Hop
  • Dec 24 – Christmas Eve
  • Dec 25 – Christmas
  • Dec 31 – New Year’s Eve
  • Jan 1 – New Year’s

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Nov 27 – Dec 18

Pick up or download & print your Shop Small Passport today!
Present your passport upon purchase at any of our participating small businesses this holiday season and they’ll stamp it. Once all your blocks are stamped you can enter our drawing for a beautiful gift basket filled with local goodies. Get yours today and remember to Shop Small – Shop Fayette
Fayette County Chamber of Commerce
206 E. Court St.
Washington Court House, OH 43160
740-335-0761

 

Ribbon Cutting November 30th

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Join the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce as we welcome DIS-TRAN Steel to our community and the Chamber
Dis-Tran Steel manufactures custom steel transmission and substation structures
Come join us for their ribbon-cutting ceremony followed by a tour of their facility
Nov. 30th, 2021
2:00 pm
1629 Old US 35 SE
Washington Court House