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Christian County Community Vision Plan 2030 Focus Group By MEDI

Join the community at MEDI to help discuss and “Build The Vision” for Hopkinsville & Christian County in 2030.

We want to engage as many people as possible, from every walk of life. We want to hear from all voices on any and every topic that matters to you. We want to build this new community plan together so that it reflects our community as a whole.

What is Christian County Vision 2030?
Christian County Vision 2030 is both a process and a product. The PROCESS: engaging with people who live, work, learn and play here to better understand our community’s potential and opportunities. The PRODUCT: a shared community vision and action plan for achieving identified community priorities. The ultimate goal: to develop a community plan by and for the people who call Christian County home today and those who will want to call this home in the years ahead.

Christian County has engaged in visioning on two prior occasions: Hopkinsville-Christian County Vision Plan (2005-2015) and a more recent vision plan update (2015-2020). Many positive outcomes have been achieved through visioning. But we can do even better.

We also want to create a sustainable community partner network that can and will help us solve our most pressing challenges and take advantage of our most important assets. We want to know how YOU think the greater Hopkinsville-Christian County area should look, feel and function in the future.

For more information, visit https://christiancountyvision.org

Women Empowerment (WE) Conference 2019 – the Juggle Struggle

The WE Conference continues to serve Hopkinsville, Christian County and Western Kentucky by providing the #1 women empowerment platform. Over the past 5 years, the WE has included 39 of the best women to provide guidance, inspiration, leadership and development to women. Join us!

This year’s WE Conference focus is on the “Juggle Struggle.” The Juggle Struggle is when your time and opportunity with Friends & Family, Business & Career, Time & Money and Health & Well-Being compete against each other.

Join us at the 2019 WE Conference to learn how to succeed in the Juggle Struggle. And last but certainly not least, the “WE Show” luncheon will provide real world, real-life answers with an interview from our Host and Special Guest.

*To register online, visit www.medisuccess.org or Facebook “Events.”
*$25 (Individual) / $250 (Table of 8)
*For more information, contact MEDI 270-885-8885 or email [email protected].

MEDI Holiday Mixer

MEDI’s Holiday Mixer is a networking event that provides for an unique opportunity for the community to Mix, Mingle and Be Merry, especially small business owners, leaders, professionals, clergy and elected officials.

This year MEDI is pleased to announce that it will be honoring Linda Pearson, Owner, Gospel Sounds & More and Hugh Northington, Owner, Hugh Northington Barbershop. They are two individuals that are “model” small and minority business owners.

This event is free and you are welcome to come and go at your discretion, honor program begins at 6 P.M.

Inaugural F.E. Whitney Classic

Join us for the “Inaugural” F.E. Whitney Classic, the largest sports tourism event to take place in the Pearl City of the Pennyrile, Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky, affectionately known as Hoptown. This event celebrates MEDI’s 30th Anniversary providing small business and economic development services. This will be one of the most entertaining experiences that you, your family and friends will remember for a lifetime! You do not want to miss it!

Purchase your tickets online at https://fewhitneyclassic.eventbrite.com and book your rooms today by visiting http://www.visithopkinsville.com/category/listings/stay/. Please note that the Holiday Inn of Hopkinsville will host Kentucky State University’s football team and the Best Western of Hopkinsville will host Lane College’s football team.

The “Inaugural” F.E. Whitney Classic is a collegiate football competition between the Kentucky State University Thorobreds, Frankfort, KY versus Lane College Dragons, Jackson, TN played at the Stadium of Champions on Saturday, October 27, 2018 at 2 P.M., doors opening at 12 P.M. And be sure to arrive early for all the pre-game festivities: Tailgating begins at 10 A.M. and Pre-Game Events begin at 11 A.M.

The F.E. Whitney Classic will provide a number of memorable experiences. Come and see the gameball dropped into the stadium from a helicopter, cheer on the Battle of the Bands during the halftime show, and laugh and fellowship with friends while tailgating. The F.E. Whitney Classic Pre-Game events are free. They include a College Fair, Kids Zone, STEM Experience, Stomp the Yard, vendors and exhibits.

This “Classic” was named in honor of one of Hopkinsville, Christian County and Kentucky State University’s most notable and esteemed leaders, F.E. Whitney. Mr. Whitney was born in 1916. He was a graduate of the historic Attucks High School in Hopkinsville, KY, Kentucky State University and Indiana University. He owned and operated F.E. Whitney Real Estate and was the first black realtor to be accepted into the Kentucky Association of Realtors. F.E. Whitney served on the Kentucky State University’s Board of Regents. He was served as Mayor of Hopkinsville, Hopkinsville City Councilman and Magistrate of Christian County Fiscal Court.

MEDI, Inc. is one of Kentucky’s leading 501(c)3 organizations that provides small business and economic development services. Founded in 1988 and incorporated in 2009, MEDI has helped to startup hundreds of small, minority and woman owned businesses. MEDI has helped to create, save and retain hundreds of jobs and to obtain millions in capital investments.

To become a sponsor, purchase tickets, volunteer or simply for more information, contact MEDI, Inc. at 270-885-8885 or email [email protected]