Veterinarian named to association board
A Danville veterinarian has been named to the board of the American Animal Hospital Association.
Charles “Chuck” Keiser is co-owner of East Hills Veterinary Clinic in Cincinnati, Ohio. He received his doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Auburn University in 1985.
After graduation, he founded Heartland Veterinary Hospital in Kentucky and quickly helped it grow from a one-doctor shopping-center practice to three AAHA-accredited free-standing hospitals sporting six doctors, a hospital administrator, practice managers and a support staff of 50.
He has been a member of AAHA since 1988. In 2004, he co-founded the North American Business Association — a veterinary management group established to help member hospitals excel in the practice of veterinary medicine and business.
Genesis Salon relocates to Main Street
Genesis Hair Salon on Whirlaway Drive is relocating to 430 W. Main St., Suite 101.
Salon owner Dawn Hastings says the business will reopen Oct. 2 at the new location, with the entrance in the back of the building on West Main.
New customers are welcome. Call (859) 239-0040 to make an appointment.
A Children’s Place receives award
A Children’s Place, a child-care center operated by Ephraim McDowell Health, recently received the Award of Excellence from the Kentucky Department of Education’s Division of School and Community Nutrition.
The award was earned for exemplary record keeping and documentation that is submitted each month for the state food program. The Division of School and Community Nutrition provides technical assistance, training and reimbursement to some 1,032 sponsors of the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Special Milk Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program and the Summer Food Service Program for Children.
Public and private schools, residential child-care institutions, for-profit and non-profit child-care centers, family day-care homes and local government and non-profit agencies play a vital role in the physical and mental development of children.
The role of the School and Community Nutrition division is to help sponsors provide the best, most nutritious meals to children.
For more information about A Children’s Place, call (859) 236-7176.
Danville dealership helps school groups
Stuart Powell Ford-Lincoln-Mazda wants to keep vital arts, music and sports program opportunities available for area students — such as those in Boyle County High School baseball and participating Danville High School academic groups.