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MEDI Holiday Mixer

Mix, Mingle & Be Merry! Join MEDI, Inc. for their annual Holiday Mixer on Thursday, December 19, 2019! All the fun happens from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm, with honors at 6:00 pm. MEDI, Inc. is located at 1101A South Main St. in Downtown Hopkinsville, KY.

Foster new relationships, enhance existing, expand your network and share in the holiday cheer! This event is free to attend with food and music provided.

MEDI is a positive place with positive people, growing and moving toward a better tomorrow–so be sure to join in as MEDI “Honors:” Jimmy & Lovely Rogers, Owners, AutoRama; Mike Stalls (Retired, First Financial Bank, formerly Heritage Bank); and Lorenzo Johnson, Owner, Johnson Body Shop.

This event is co-sponsored by: Hopkinsville Alumni Chapter, Kentucky State University (KSU) National Alumni.

First Fridays – Spades & Bid Tournament – at Seafood King

Who are the best spade and bid players in town? Join MEDI, Inc. for a First Fridays event, Spades & Bid Tournament!

The event will be held at Seafood King, and will feature music, food, networking, and game night fun! All round one games begin at 7:30 pm. A player admission of $20 per person includes game registration and your choice of 4 meal options: catfish platter, brisket plate, wing plate or rib plate.

For more information or to register, call MEDI at 270-885-8885 , or click here to register through Eventbrite.
First Fridays is the Nation’s top diverse and inclusive networking event consistently attracting over 16,000 people each month across the US. First Fridays events place an emphasis diversity and inclusion, networking and business opportunities. All are invited to attend, professionals, educators, local, state and federal employees, coaches and organizational leaders, the manufacturing industry workforce, small business owners, startups and more. First Fridays is a monthly event that allows professionals to mix, mingle and network. First Fridays events are a way for these professionals to meet in a social atmosphere while exchanging useful information.

Legislative Update Eye Opener Breakfast

Join the Christian County Chamber of Commerce for the 2019 Legislative Update Eye Opener Breakfast where attendees will hear from new Kentucky Chamber President, Ashli Watts about the goals they are working towards for the upcoming General Assembly and how we are affected locally. Attendees will also hear a federal update from Kevin Courtois, Manager at the U.S. Chamber’s Great Lakes Regional Office.

Tickets are $10/Person, or $100/Table (10 seats).


2019 State of the Schools Eye Opener Breakfast – at The Bruce

Save the date for the 2019 State of the Schools Breakfast on Tuesday, October 22, 7:30 a.m. at The Bruce.

Mary Ann Gemmill, Superintendent of Christian County Public Schools will highlight the mission, vision, data, and strategic goals for the future of public schools in Christian County.

Tickets are $10/person.

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.

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