You never know when you’ll need to save a life. The Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to participate in a free CPR Training Class on Thursday, April 25th. Training will be conducted by R&M Safety & Health Owner, Roger Colyer. Mr. Colyer has over 40 years of experience dealing with real life emergencies as a KY Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and career firefighter/training officer for Somerset Fire Department, and volunteer for Ferguson and Haynes Knob Fire Departments. Getting employees trained in giving CPR will help prepare you for multiple real life situations that may occur in the workplace. It is important to know how to prepare for an emergency and how revive a victim of cardiac arrest. Through this training program, each and every attendee will become capable of making use of the skills during a medical crisis. The training will be held at the Chamber of Commerce Office in Downtown Somerset and will begin at 12:00 (Noon). We expect this FREE training class to fill up very quickly, so seating will be reserved on a first-come; first-serve basis. To RSVP, please contact the Chamber at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 606-679-7323.
Workplace CPR Training Class
You’re cordially invited to attend our upcoming Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon on Tuesday, May 7th. We have a very special program we will be hosting. Kentucky Chautaqua Presents, Harland “Colonel” Sanders Kentucky Chautauqua has brought to life more than 70 famous people from Kentucky’s past. Chautauqua performers travel to schools and community organizations throughout the state delivering historically accurate dramatizations of Kentuckians who made valuable contributions. Although he is most well-known for the 11 herbs and spices that made Kentucky Fried Chicken famous world-wide, Harland “Colonel” Sanders’ life was about much more than fried chicken. The man whose face became synonymous with “finger-lickin’ good” chicken used hard work and perseverance to become recognized as Kentucky’s most famous citizen. Sanders delved into the restaurant business in Corbin, opening a lunchroom behind a service station. His restaurant grew rapidly, and his customers made fried chicken the most popular item on the menu. He might have worked in that café forever if it weren’t for the building of Interstate 75, forcing him to sell his place at auction. In his 60s, Sanders traveled the U.S. showing restaurants how to make Colonel Sanders’ Kentucky Fried Chicken. While most men his age were retiring, […]
May 2019 Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon w/ Harland “Colonel” Sanders
It’s almost time for the Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce to host their 35th Annual Golf Scramble at Eagles Nest Country Club on Wednesday, June 5th. Known as one of the largest and best golf tournaments in Lake Cumberland, our Golf Tournament provides members the opportunity to enjoy a day on the links with business friends, clients or prospects, and network with Chamber leadership, board members and numerous elected officials. As you may already know, a few year’s back we decided to dedicate our golf tournament in the memory of Jack Keeney. Jack was the longtime director of the Chamber of Commerce and educator in our local school system. To date, we have raised over $14,000 on behalf of Jack’s family that has been directly donated to local organizations that include The American Cancer Society, God’s Food Pantry and the Bethany House Women’s Abuse Shelter. I would like to enlist your help in spreading the word about this year’s golf tournament !!! Breakfast will be served from 8:30 – 9:45 a.m. and tee time is set for a 10:00 Shotgun Start! A four person scramble format has been set, and entries will be limited to the first 36 teams. Entries will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis and will include green […]
35th Annual Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament
Welcome to the Somerset Pulaski Chamber of Commerce!
Since its inception in 1925, the Somerset Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce has been the premier advocacy organization for business in Pulaski County. With more than 750 members, we are working to promote a healthy and vibrant economy while protecting and advancing the interest of our members and the community as a whole. The chamber works in conjunction with citizens, businesses, educational and governmental partners to provide a positive business environment and improve the quality of life in the Lake Cumberland region.
The Chamber’s mission is to work every day to make our community a place where businesses can grow and prosper and where people want to raise their families. Business owners look to the Chamber for a venue to network and highlight their business from sole proprietors to the largest companies and employers in the area. We provide information for starting a business as well as business-building programs, employment outreach programs, and custom research for our chamber members.
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