Singleton promoted at Stuart Powell
Stuart Powell Ford-Lincoln-Mazda announces Matt Singleton has been promoted as manager of Stuart Powell Collision Center.
Singleton has more than 15 years of experience in auto body repair, including seven years at Spirit Chevrolet and seven years at Commonwealth Fleet Management prior to joining Stuart Powell Ford Ford-Lincoln-Mazda in 2011.
Singleton is a Boyle County native and resides in Danville with his wife, Teresa, and two children.
For full-service body work and collision repairs, Singleton and the staff at Stuart Powell Collision Center can repair any make or model back to its original appearance, and no job is too big or small.
Stuart Powell Collision Center is located behind the service department of Stuart Powell Ford-Lincoln-Mazda, just off the U.S. 127/U.S. 150 bypass in Danville.
To schedule a free estimate or make an appointment for body work, paint work or collision repair, call the Stuart Powell Collision Center at (800) 334-0005, or directly at (859) 238-1192.
Department hours are 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Appointments can be made online at www.StuartPowellFord.com/BodyShop, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
McCowan joins staff at Golden LivingCenter
STANFORD — Golden LivingCenter announces its new executive director, Kevin McCowan of Danville. There will be an open house from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, with door prizes and refreshments. The community is invited to attend.
Farmers National Bank raises money for March of Dimes
Farmers National Bank’s March of Dimes Committee recently raised $7,640 to benefit future research for the March of Dimes. Staff members on the committee included Chris Gorley, Mary McKitric, Cassie Porter, Greg Branam, Kevin Arnold, Angie Henson, Jessica Harp, Crystal Gourley, Grant Miller, Chris Sparrow, Christa Osborne, Christy Block and Megan Lyons. Committee members Chris Gorley and Megan Lyons recently presented a check to March of Dimes representing the funds raised by the bank and its staff members.
Each year in the United States, more than half a million babies are born too soon or with some type of health concern. Of that number, over 8,000 of those births are in Kentucky. With help from Farmers National Bank and its employees, funding may be in place to work to improve the health of babies and support families if something does go wrong.
Farmers National Bank, a community owned bank since 1879, has banking facilities in Burgin, Danville, Harrodsburg, Junction City, Perryville, Stanford and Lancaster.