Chamber members are invited to come to the monthly membership noon luncheon on Wednesday, March 26. This luncheon will be hosted at Biancke’s Restaurant and sponsored by Dr. Neil Rush. Emily Ammerman will be presenting updates, plans, and goals as the new director of the Cynthiana Main Street program, a non-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing downtown.
Ammerman was raised in Cynthiana and graduated from Harrison County High School. After finishing high school, she attended the University of Kentucky. At UK, Ammerman declared a major of art history with an emphasis in photography. Her final photography project advocated for the historical preservation of several decrepit houses in Harrison County.
She graduated with her Bachelors of Arts in December 2011. Ammerman is married to Joseph Ammerman of Smith Insurors. She resides two blocks from downtown Cynthiana, and is the director of Cynthiana Main Street Project.
Those who plan to attend, should contact Pat Grenier at the Chamber of Commerce for reservation. Membership enrollment occurs throughout the year, anyone who would like information about joining the Chamber, please call 234-5236.