The Maysville-Mason County Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening of Martin Small Engines with a ribbon cutting Feb. 16. It is located at 2301 Old Main Street in Washington, next to Café Cream. The business carries Husqvanra equipment and can repair any make small engine. Pictured are Owen McNeill, Economic Development director; Joe Pfeffer, Mason County judge-executive; Natalee May, C.J. Hunter, Darin Poe, Chamber board members; Ashton Martin, owner; Yates Crawford, Jeffrey Martin, owner; Charles Cotterill, Maysville mayor; Kirby Rosser, Chamber board member; Rick Lawrence, Entrepreneurial team member; Mike Jackson, SBDC; Gerry Schumacher, Chamber board member; Victor McKay, city commissioner; and Joe McKay, county commissioner Submitted -
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Covington Mayor Joe Meyer and Main Street Director Katie Dougood, along with Kentucky Recreational Trails Authority Chairman David Cartmell attended Kentucky League of Cities Day in Frankfort last week, celebrating the 40th year of the Mason Street Program. The celebration will kick off in Covington. Submitted -
Theo the cat is enjoying his Catserly Rock castle created at the Buffalo Trace Humane Society event on Feb. 16. Theo’s owner is Andrew Green. Submitted by Sarah Green - -
Flashback Friday to last year’s 10th region basketball tournament and the MCTC free throw contest. Pictured are Maysville Campus Recruiter Jason Butler and one of our winners from Mason County High School. We’ll be back again this year so stop by and say hello. Submitted by Brady Shultz - -
The President’s Day Dinner for Limestone Chapter and William Dudley Chapter DAR, George Mason Chapter SAR, and Limestone Society C.A.R. was held Feb. 19, 2019 at Chandler’s Too. The program featured Sharyn White-Coe as she premiered her one-woman act about the life of pioneer woman Mary Ingles. Submitted - -

The Maysville-Mason County Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening of Martin Small Engines with a ribbon cutting Feb. 16. It is located at 2301 Old Main Street in Washington, next to Café Cream. The business carries Husqvanra equipment and can repair any make small engine. Pictured are Owen McNeill, Economic Development director; Joe Pfeffer, Mason County judge-executive; Natalee May, C.J. Hunter, Darin Poe, Chamber board members; Ashton Martin, owner; Yates Crawford, Jeffrey Martin, owner; Charles Cotterill, Maysville mayor; Kirby Rosser, Chamber board member; Rick Lawrence, Entrepreneurial team member; Mike Jackson, SBDC; Gerry Schumacher, Chamber board member; Victor McKay, city commissioner; and Joe McKay, county commissioner

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The Central Ky. Horse Show Association held its annual banquet Saturday at the Maysville Event Center, presenting the champions of riders and drivers of winning the points awards for the 2018 horse show season.

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Covington Mayor Joe Meyer and Main Street Director Katie Dougood, along with Kentucky Recreational Trails Authority Chairman David Cartmell attended Kentucky League of Cities Day in Frankfort last week, celebrating the 40th year of the Mason Street Program. The celebration will kick off in Covington.

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Theo the cat is enjoying his Catserly Rock castle created at the Buffalo Trace Humane Society event on Feb. 16. Theo’s owner is Andrew Green.

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Flashback Friday to last year’s 10th region basketball tournament and the MCTC free throw contest. Pictured are Maysville Campus Recruiter Jason Butler and one of our winners from Mason County High School. We’ll be back again this year so stop by and say hello.

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The President’s Day Dinner for Limestone Chapter and William Dudley Chapter DAR, George Mason Chapter SAR, and Limestone Society C.A.R. was held Feb. 19, 2019 at Chandler’s Too. The program featured Sharyn White-Coe as she premiered her one-woman act about the life of pioneer woman Mary Ingles.

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The Maysville-Mason County Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening of Martin Small Engines with a ribbon cutting Feb. 16. It is located at 2301 Old Main Street in Washington, next to Café Cream. The business carries Husqvanra equipment and can repair any make small engine. Pictured are Owen McNeill, Economic Development director; Joe Pfeffer, Mason County judge-executive; Natalee May, C.J. Hunter, Darin Poe, Chamber board members; Ashton Martin, owner; Yates Crawford, Jeffrey Martin, owner; Charles Cotterill, Maysville mayor; Kirby Rosser, Chamber board member; Rick Lawrence, Entrepreneurial team member; Mike Jackson, SBDC; Gerry Schumacher, Chamber board member; Victor McKay, city commissioner; and Joe McKay, county commissioner Submitted
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/web1_Martin-Small-Engine-1.jpgThe Maysville-Mason County Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening of Martin Small Engines with a ribbon cutting Feb. 16. It is located at 2301 Old Main Street in Washington, next to Café Cream. The business carries Husqvanra equipment and can repair any make small engine. Pictured are Owen McNeill, Economic Development director; Joe Pfeffer, Mason County judge-executive; Natalee May, C.J. Hunter, Darin Poe, Chamber board members; Ashton Martin, owner; Yates Crawford, Jeffrey Martin, owner; Charles Cotterill, Maysville mayor; Kirby Rosser, Chamber board member; Rick Lawrence, Entrepreneurial team member; Mike Jackson, SBDC; Gerry Schumacher, Chamber board member; Victor McKay, city commissioner; and Joe McKay, county commissioner Submitted

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Covington Mayor Joe Meyer and Main Street Director Katie Dougood, along with Kentucky Recreational Trails Authority Chairman David Cartmell attended Kentucky League of Cities Day in Frankfort last week, celebrating the 40th year of the Mason Street Program. The celebration will kick off in Covington. Submitted
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/web1_david.jpgCovington Mayor Joe Meyer and Main Street Director Katie Dougood, along with Kentucky Recreational Trails Authority Chairman David Cartmell attended Kentucky League of Cities Day in Frankfort last week, celebrating the 40th year of the Mason Street Program. The celebration will kick off in Covington. Submitted

Theo the cat is enjoying his Catserly Rock castle created at the Buffalo Trace Humane Society event on Feb. 16. Theo’s owner is Andrew Green. Submitted by Sarah Green
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/web1_Theo-in-castle.jpgTheo the cat is enjoying his Catserly Rock castle created at the Buffalo Trace Humane Society event on Feb. 16. Theo’s owner is Andrew Green. Submitted by Sarah Green

Flashback Friday to last year’s 10th region basketball tournament and the MCTC free throw contest. Pictured are Maysville Campus Recruiter Jason Butler and one of our winners from Mason County High School. We’ll be back again this year so stop by and say hello. Submitted by Brady Shultz
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/web1_IMG_3170.jpgFlashback Friday to last year’s 10th region basketball tournament and the MCTC free throw contest. Pictured are Maysville Campus Recruiter Jason Butler and one of our winners from Mason County High School. We’ll be back again this year so stop by and say hello. Submitted by Brady Shultz

The President’s Day Dinner for Limestone Chapter and William Dudley Chapter DAR, George Mason Chapter SAR, and Limestone Society C.A.R. was held Feb. 19, 2019 at Chandler’s Too. The program featured Sharyn White-Coe as she premiered her one-woman act about the life of pioneer woman Mary Ingles. Submitted
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/web1_DAR.jpgThe President’s Day Dinner for Limestone Chapter and William Dudley Chapter DAR, George Mason Chapter SAR, and Limestone Society C.A.R. was held Feb. 19, 2019 at Chandler’s Too. The program featured Sharyn White-Coe as she premiered her one-woman act about the life of pioneer woman Mary Ingles. Submitted