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LUNCH MOB AT THE DRAGON TUESDAY

The Frankfort Chamber Lunch Mob kickoff will be Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. at The Dragon Pub.

The goal of the Chamber Lunch Mob will be to encourage employers and employees to network at a local Chamber member restaurant over lunch.

The Dragon’s lunch special that day will be Cajun cream pasta with grilled chicken, salad, rolls and dessert.

Chamber restaurants interested in getting on the lunch mob schedule can contact Suzy Hosley at 502-223-8261.

WOMEN LEADING CHANGE MEET AT PRODIGY

Frankfort Women Leading Change is hosting a Business After Hours Thursday from 5-7 p.m. at the Prodigy Vineyards Tasting Room.

The free event, sponsored by the Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce, is a chance for local women to network, share ideas and taste wines. There will also be a silent auction to benefit the United Way of Franklin County to help support women and girls in need in the community.

Fit-Time for Women will also host a drawing for a free massage. Women are encouraged to bring their friends and business cards.

To make reservations, call the Chamber’s office at 502-223-8261 or email suzy@frankfortky.info.

CCU HOSTING FLU SHOT DAY

Commonwealth Credit Union and the Franklin County Health Department are teaming up to administer flu shots Friday, Oct. 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The shots will cost $25 and can be paid for with cash, check, Humana, Medicare Part B and Medicaid. The shots will be given both inside Commonwealth’s branch at 1425 Louisville Road and, weather permitting, through the drive-up.

Those with questions may contact Cindy Block at 502-564-4775 or cblock@cwcu.org.

ENERGY CONFERENCE OCT. 8-9

The 36th Governor’s Conference on Energy and the Environment will be Oct. 8-9 at the Hyatt Regency at 311 South 4th Street in downtown Louisville.

State experts and business leaders will discuss topics such as Kentucky’s energy future, federal air regulations, the future of natural gas, university research and development, bioproduct developments and trends in Kentucky’s environment.

For more information, call Karen Wilson at 502-564-3350.

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