Dear members,

The flooding from yesterday's storms in Murray was featured on The Weather Channel today. We are truly sorry for those businesses and individuals who experienced significant amounts of water damage to property. Judge Executive Imes declared a state of emergency and now on Monday, we see much damage to roads, Dexter-Almo had a major pipe burst meaning water will be out for 24-48 hours, and many other problems to be addressed.

One area affected was the Bee Creek soccer fields and they are asking for community help. The building is flooded, goals are in the creek and major cleanup will be needed to continue spring soccer season. If you can assist another business during their time of need, please reach out to see if you can help!

This is not the way we wanted to start March 2021 but it is good to see a little sunshine out today. There are many things coming up in the weeks ahead, so be sure to stay tuned as ribbon cuttings are getting scheduled, as well as other events.

We are so thankful to our members for your continued support! Let us know if we can serve you in any way.

Have a great week!
If you plan to attend, please ensure you are not experiencing COVID-like symptoms. Additionally, we ask that you please come prepared by wearing your face mask. If you have any questions on our COVID-19 ribbon cutting policies, please email hailey@mymurray.com.
RIBBON CUTTINGS
Grand Re-Opening, Updated Business Name & Facility Updates
Friday, March 12th at 11:15am
208 South 6th Street
(Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation, and Various other programs and services)
Grand Re-Opening of
at their new location
Thursday, March 18th at 1pm
1711 Highway 121 Bypass North
(across the highway from Northpointe Professional Office Park)
The affordability of health insurance consistently ranks as one of the top worry-items for business owners. With health care costs hitting small employers particularly hard, you may find it hard to offer health benefits to your employees. We are proud to have the ability to provide great options for healthcare coverage and workers' compensation.

To learn more, contact your local insurance agent or a Chamber staff member for more information.

Virtual Business@Breakfast
presented by

Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 8AM CST
New Year. New Administration.
featuring
United States Congressman James Comer
Representing Kentucky's First District

Members can register to fully participate in the Zoom webinar event. During registration, you have the ability to submit questions which will be submitted to our speaker. All Zoom attendees will enter to win DOOR PRIZES courtesy of local businesses. After the event, Zoom participants may network with other participants facilitated by a Chamber representative.
Our Corporate Partners help make these events possible
IN CASE YOU MISSED
VIRTUAL SMALL BUSINESS DAY AT THE CAPITOL,

Click the link below to watch this 40-minute discussion
with other Kentucky small businesses who are navigating
the COVID-19 pandemic including:
Ulimi, The Logo Warehouse, Integrated Sign & Graphic, Inc., and Rep. Phillip Pratt
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