The Rolling Fork Iron Horse Festival committee recently announced that a portion of the profits made during the 2015 Rolling Fork Iron Horse Festival were put back in to the community by way of donations to several local non-profit organizations in the New Haven area.
A ribbon cutting was held on October 29 for Massage Therapy, a new massage clinic owned by Jessica Taylor Sadler, LMT located on the Square.
Sadler was a victim advocate at a rape crisis center in Louisville. She became interested in Massage Therapy after receiving a massage from a coworker who was a massage therapist. “I had a lot of back pain and a coworker offered to give me a massage; it came at a time when I was considering other careers and I knew this was what I was going to do.”
The holiday season is in full swing at the Chamber and we hope you join us in the fun. For details on how you can participate, check our website, www.laruecountychamber.org, follow us on Facebook, or give us a call at 270-358-3411.
Fall means many things to different people. For many people it’s all things pumpkin, colorful leaves, festivals and trick-or-treating. But there is another side, a wild side, to fall that is often overlooked, not because it isn’t popular or because it is rare; on the contrary, this fall activity is widely known increasingly popular. What is this other side of fall? Why, hunting of course.