Oct, 29|| No Comments |
TREATS ON MAIN
Saturday, Oct. 31st
6:00-7:30pm (costume contest at 7:30pm at the Downtown Green Pavilion)
This is a fun, family event and we are getting excited to see the kids all dressed up! If your business, church or organization would like to hand out candy and/or run a small game, please let us know at: firstname.lastname@example.org
VETERANS DAY PARADE
Saturday, November 14th
10:00am – Main Street & Lexington Ave.
Ceremony to follow at Thomson-Hood Veterans Center. We want to make this year’s parade the best yet and need YOUR help! If you have an organization, church or just family that would like to be in the parade, please let us know at: email@example.com. And be sure to invite ALL your friends to come line our streets and “Honor All Who Served”!!!
PAINTING ON MAIN
Saturdays, November 14th and 21st
12:00 noon – 5 p.m.
Volunteers are needed to help put the Christmas spirit on the many large windows on our East Main Street! If you can color between the lines, you can do this! Children , ages 8 and up, are welcomed but must be accompanied by an adult. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Oct, 06|| No Comments |
Phyllis Anderson Sallee closed out a distinguished career of 36 years at Wilmore as the City Clerk on September 30th. Her family including father, brother, and son have served Wilmore and Jessamine County a combined 122 years. Phyllis started her career at the City as police dispatch and utility billings clerk. In her most recent years she served as City Clerk/ Utility Billings Clerk. She was the Mayor’s right hand (and left hand) and the staff’s “go to” girl. Whenever a question arose Phyllis knew the answer or would get the answer. Phyllis’ dedication to her job was unmatched. Phyllis was responsible for city council minutes and agendas, administration of ordinances, property taxes, payroll taxes, business licenses, insurance premium taxes, cemetery bookkeeping, and utility bills. Most importantly Phyllis treated everyone that walked in City Hall like family greeting them with the same constant smile and sweet demeanor. Just about everyone in the City knows Phyllis and considers her a friend. The City thanked Phyllis for her service with a farewell reception held Sept 30th. Phyllis will be missed but she will be off enjoying her well-deserved retirement with her husband, 3 children and their spouses, and 6 grandchildren (all girls). Happy Retirement Phyllis! You will be missed!