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  • Full-time medical oncologist now available at TRH

    Dr. Zewdu Lissanu, a board certified medical oncologist, has joined the active medical staff at Taylor Regional Hospital.

    Lissanu is available Monday through Friday at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at Taylor Regional Hospital.

    "This is a wonderful addition to our already outstanding cancer center," says Jane Wheatley, CEO. "Dr. Lissanu is a very caring physician who focuses on the needs of the patient as his primary concern. The addition of Dr. Lissanu as a full time medical oncologist at TRH enables us to better meet the needs of our patients."

  • Farm Credit offering scholarships

    Farm Credit Services of Mid-America - a $13 billion agriculture lending cooperative serving farmers and rural America in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee - re-affirmed its commitment to educational success by making $36,000 in scholarships available in 2008 to children of members who are studying agriculture or business at four-year universities.

    Eighteen scholarships - valued at $2,000 each - will be awarded based on academic record, leadership qualities and community involvement.

  • Alex Montgomery Chevrolet forges partnership with youth baseball

    Alex Montgomery Chevrolet, 200 North Bypass, is developing a partnership with Campbellsville Youth Baseball through the Chevy Youth Baseball program. It will include both monetary and equipment donations during the 2008 Little League baseball season.

    Now in its third year, Chevy Youth Baseball is an initiative that establishes a positive relationship between local dealers and the communities they serve. Alex Montgomery partnered with Campbellsville Youth Baseball because of the league's proximity to the dealership.

  • Kessler Auction & Realty wins 2 awards

    John and John Wayne Kessler of Kessler Auction & Realty Co. were winners of two advertising awards given out at the 51st annual convention of the Kentucky Auctioneers Association held recently in Bowling Green.

    The Kesslers won "Best Auction Web Site in Kentucky" and "Best Company Promotion" for a brochure they produced about their company.

    This is the third time their Web site, www.kesslerauction.com, has been entered and the third time it has won.

  • Party Shop moves to Casey Street

    The Party Shop, owned by Danna and Gary Scott, recently relocated to 121 Casey Street Suite F, across from Jim-E-Lube. The Party Shop offers birthday party supplies and dcor, bridal shower supplies and dcor, bachelorette/bachelor party supplies, cake decorating supplies and balloon bouquet delivery.

  • Russell joins Transforming Edgez

    Dana Russell has joined the staff at Transforming Edgez, 138 Campbellsville Bypass, Suite 3.

    Russell has more than 20 years of experience.

    She specializes in family hair care, perms and waxes.

  • Kessler named to KAA board

    John Wayne Kessler, apprentice auctioneer and sales associate with Kessler Auction & Realty Co., has been elected to a one-year term on the Kentucky Auctioneers Association board of directors.

    Kessler's election occurred during the KAA's annual convention recently in Bowling Green.

    Kessler becomes the youngest person ever elected to the association's board of directors.

    The KAA was founded in 1958 and its membership is made up of professional auctioneers from across the state.

  • Dr. Asser El-Atfy receives second certification in sleep medicine

    Dr. Asser El-Atfy recently became certified in sleep medicine as part of the American Board of Internal Medicine. This certification is his second board certification in sleep medicine through the ABIM.

    His previous certification was achieved in 2005 through the American Board of Sleep Medicine. El-Atfy's board certifications now include critical care medicine, sleep medicine, pulmonary diseases and internal medicine.

  • Human rights director commends CU for diversity efforts

    John Johnson, executive director of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, visited the campus of Campbellsville University recently to meet with administration, faculty and staff as well as community leaders.

    Johnson discussed several ideas, including ways that colleges and universities may become more involved with the KCHR. The potential partnerships include the KCHR Human Rights Leadership Training Institute, KCHR College Internship Program, KCHR Advocacy Hearings and KCHR Speakers Bureau.

  • Dengel joins Visions Hair Salon

    Jessica Dengel has joined the staff at Visions Hair Salon, 5534 Old Lebanon Road.

    She is a licensed cosmetologist and will be available Tuesday through Friday and Saturday by appointment.

    Dengel offers a variety of hair care services along with spa treatment including manicures, pedicures, facials and body wrapping.