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					Id          Name                                                                                        Address
      637   Ahrens Alumni Association Inc                                                               546 S 1ST ST
      653   Aicardi Syndrome Newsletter                                                                 1510 POLO FIELDS CT
      700   Air Conditioning Contractors Of America - Greater Louisville And Southern Indiana Chapter   PO BOX 32218
      875   Aladdin Knights Of The Mystic Light                                                         3935 KELLEY RD
     1039   All Star Dairy Association                                                                  PO BOX 911050
     1290   Alumni Assn Murray State                                                                    106 DEVELOPMENT CTR AF
     1496   American Academy Of Equine Art, Inc.                                                        4089 IRON WORKS PKWY
     1559   American Academy Of Pediatrics - Kentucky Chapter                                           1491 TWILIGHT TRAIL
     1584   American Academy Of Physician Assistants                                                    PO BOX 23251
     1659   American Academy Of Veterinary And Comparative Toxicology                                   715 NORTH DR
     1867   American Association Of Equine Practitioners                                                4075 IRON WORKS PKWY
     1926   American Association Of Legal Nurse Consultants - Lexington Chapter                         PO BOX 910425
     1929   American Association Of Legal Nurse Consultants - Louisville Chapter                        6509 LOVERS LN
     2185   American Board Of Family Practice                                                           2228 YOUNG DR
     2324   American Cave Conservation Association                                                      PO BOX 409
     2335   American Cheese Society                                                                     304 W LIBERTY ST STE 201
     2393   American College Of Cardiology - Kentucky Chapter                                           2410 QUARRY PT
     2441   American College Of Emergency Physicians - Kentucky Chapter                                 PO BOX 2831
     2546   American College Of Surgeons - Kentucky Chapter                                             10207 GARLANREID PLACE
     2686   American Council Of Engineering Companies Of Kentucky                                       160 DEMOCRAT DR
     2778   American Diabetes Association, Kentucky Area                                                1941 BISHOP LN STE 110
     2838   American Farrier's Association                                                              4059 IRON WORKS PKWY STE 1
     3031   American Hackney Horse Society                                                              4059 IRON WORKS PKWY STE 3
     3036   American Hanoverian Society                                                                 4067 IRON WORK PIKE STE 1
     3079   American Holsteiner Horse Association                                                       222 E MAIN ST STE 1
     3215   American Institute Of Commemorative Art, Inc.                                               11003 FELLSWOOD CT
     3244   American Institute Of Wine And Food                                                         304 W LIBERTY ST STE 201
     3380   American Legion Kentucky                                                                    PO BOX 2123
     3503   American Marketing Association - Louisville Kentucky Chapter                                2338 FRANKFORT AVE
     3687   American Probation And Parole Association                                                   2760 RESEARCH PARK DR
     3812   American Physical Therapy Association - Kentucky Chapter                                    15847 TEAL RD
     3927   American Quilter's Society                                                                  PO BOX 3290
     4020   American Saddlebred Horse Association                                                       4083 IRON WORKS PKWY
     4090   American Society For Healthcare Foodservice Administrators                                  304 WEST LIBERTY ST STE 201
     4282   American Society Of Mining And Reclamation                                                  3134 MONTAVESTA RD
     4361   Ashland Area Convention And Visitors Bureau                                                 1509 WINCHESTER AVE
4643   American Wholesale Marketers Association                        521 ZORN AVE G-6
4733   Amr Management Services                                         201 E MAIN STE 1405
4777   Anderson County Chamber Of Commerce                             PO BOX 543
5194   Arlington Associates Inc                                        1510 LEXINGTON RD
5338   Ashland Alliance                                                PO BOX 830
5339   Ashland Area Board Of Realtors                                  341 16TH ST
5364   Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association                   3735 PALOMAR CENTRE DR STE 150
5377   Asphalt Institute                                               2696 RESEARCH PARK DR
5420   Associated Builders And Contractors - Kentuckiana Chapter       1810 TAYLOR AVE
5496   Associated Cooperage Industries Of America                      2100 GARDINER LN STE 100E
5527   Associated General Contractors Of Kentucky                      P O BOX 457
5551   Associated Industries Of Kentucky                               2303 GREENE WAY
6077   Association Of Independent Kentucky Colleges And Universities   484 CHENAULT RD
6215   Association Of Presbyterian Colleges And Universities           100 WITHERSPOON ST
6250   Association Of Racing Commissioners International               2343 ALEXANDRIA DR STE 200
6309   Association Of State Dam Safety Officials                       450 OLD VINE ST FL 2ND
6314   Association Of Statisticians Of American Religious Bodies       100 WITHERSPOON ST RM 2069
6396   Association Retail Travel Agents                                3161 CUSTER DR STE 8
6575   Automotive Occupant Restraints Council                          1081 DOVE RUN RD STE 403
6723   Bardstown-Nelson County Chamber Of Commerce                     ONE CRT SQR
6724   Bardstown-Nelson County Tourist And Convention Commission       PO BOX 867
6731   Barren River Area Development District                          P O BOX 90005
6849   Cadiz-Trigg County Chamber Of Commerce                          PO BOX 647
6863   Beattyville - Lee County Chamber Of Commerce                    PO BOX 127
6921   Bell County Chamber Of Commerce                                 PO BOX 788
6992   Berea Chamber Of Commerce                                       926 W JEFFERSON ST
7058   Better Business Bureau - Louisville                             844 S 4TH ST
7068   Better Business Bureau Of Central And Eastern Kentucky          1460 NEWTOWN PIKE
7416   Bowling Green Area Chamber Of Commerce                          PO BOX 51
7449   Boys Scouts Of America, Blue Grass Council                      415 N BROADWAY
7455   Bracken County Chamber Of Commerce                              PO BOX 7
7638   Brownsville Edmonson County Chamber Of Commerce                 PO BOX 342
7726   Bullitt County Chamber Of Commerce                              229A LEES VALLEY RD
7747   Burley Auction Warehouse Association                            620 S BROADWAY STE 201
7749   Burley Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association                  620 S BROADWAY
8432   Cardinal Hill Of Northern Kentucky                              31 SPIRAL DR
8455   Carlisle - Nicholas County Chamber Of Commerce                  PO BOX 201
 8498   Carriage Association Of America                        3915 JAY TRUMP RD
 8506   Carroll County Chamber Of Commerce                     P O BOX 535
 8609   Catlettsburg Chamber Of Commerce                       PO BOX 316
 8623   Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Of America          100 FOX RUN RD
 8625   Cave City Chamber Of Commerce                          PO BOX 460
 8759   Central City Chamber Of Commerce                       203 N 2ND ST
 8782   Central Kentucky Association Of Realtors Inc           209 WEST MAIN ST
 8908   Chamber Of Commerce Ulster County                      55 ALBANY AVE
 9142   Chief Officers Of State Library Agencies               167 W MAIN ST STE 600
 9652   College Savings Plans Network                          PO BOX 11910
 9834   Columbia-Adair County Chamber Of Commerce              PO BOX 116
 9865   Commerce Lexington                                     330 EAST MAIN ST STE 100
 9911   Common Cause/Kentucky                                  3020 BARDSTOWN RD UNIT 200
10085   Conference Of Radiation Control Program Directors      205 CAPITOL AVE
10403   Corvette Club Of America                               PO BOX 9879
10472   Council Of 1890 College Presidents And Chancellors     OFFICE OF PRESIDENT
10552   Council On Licensure, Enforcement And Regulation       403 MARQUIS AVE STE 200
10596   Covington-Cincinnati Suspension Bridge Committee       PO BOX 17777
10728   Cumberland County Chamber Of Commerce                  PO BOX 312
10731   Cumberland Valley Area Development District            PO BOX 1740
10732   Cumberland Valley Board Of Realtors                    PO BOX 883
10764   Cynthiana-Harrison County Chamber Of Commerce          203 W PIKE ST
10852   Danville-Boyle County Chamber Of Commerce              304 S 4TH ST
10853   Danville-Boyle County Convention And Visitors Bureau   304 S 4TH ST
10894   Dawson Springs Chamber Of Commerce                     PO BOX 345
11208   Depressives Anonymous: Recovery From Depression        PO BOX 17414
11314   Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary                   3725 ALEXANDRIA PIKE
11331   Distillers Grains Technology Council                   LUTZ HALL ROOM 435
11645   Easter Seals Camp Kysoc, Kentucky                      1902 EASTERDAY RD
11650   Easter Seals Cardinal Hill Speciality Hospital         85 N GRAND AVE
11684   Easter Seals Dayfair-Immanuel Adult Day Care Center    3465 BUCKNER LN
11703   Easter Seals Employment Connections-Pennyrile          755 INDUSTRIAL RD
11759   Easter Seals Kentucky                                  2050 VERSAILLES RD
11760   Easter Seals Kentucky                                  9810 BLUEBRASS PARKWAY
11959   Easter Seals West Kentucky Administration Offices      801 NORTH 29TH ST
11960   Easter Seals West Kentucky Adult Services              2229 MILDRED ST
11961   Easter Seals West Kentucky Child Development Cente     801 NORTH 29TH ST
12018   Eastern Kentucky Association Of Realtors                 360 CONN ST STE 102
12113   Edmonton - Metcalfe County Chamber Of Commerce           PO BOX 42
12250   Elizabethtown-Hardin County Chamber Of Commerce          111 W DIXIE AVE
12365   Energy And Mineral Law Foundation                        340 SOUTH BROADWAY STE 101
12481   Erlanger Chamber Of Commerce                             505 COMMONWEALTH AVE
12502   Estill County Development Alliance                       130 MAIN ST
12654   Falls Cities Purdue Alumni Clb                           P O BOX 6821
12923   Fleming County Chamber Of Commerce                       PO BOX 24
13218   Foodservice Consultants Society International            304 W LIBERTY ST STE 201
13276   Forum For Scriptural Christianity                        PO BOX 150
13347   Greater Cincinnati Retail Bakers Association             3401 PHELPS CT
13378   Frankfort Area Chamber Of Commerce                       100 CAPITAL AVE
13379   Frankfort Board Of Realtors Inc                          696 TETON TRAIL
13399   Franklin-Simpson County Chamber Of Commerce              PO BOX 513
13421   Fraternal Order Of Eagles, Hopkinsville Aerie            PO BOX 771
13615   Fsa Group Llc                                            304 WEST LIBERTY ST #201
13669   Funeral Directors Association Of Kentucky                PO BOX 4779
13683   Future Problem Solving Program Of New Jersey             2028 REGENCY ROADPO BOX 474
13755   Garrard County Chamber Of Commerce                       656 STANFORD RD
13850   Georgetown-Scott County Chamber Of Commerce              160 E MAIN ST
14075   Girls Incorporated Of Owensboro-Daviess County           PO BOX 1626
14090   Glasgow-Barren County Chamber Of Commerce                118 E PUBLIC SQUARE
14291   Grand Rivers Chamber Of Commerce                         PO BOX 181
14312   Grant County Chamber Of Commerce                         149 NORTH MAIN ST
14341   Grayson Area Chamber Of Commerce                         PO BOX 612
14342   Grayson County 4-H Council                               123 COMMERCE DR
14343   Grayson County Chamber Of Commerce                       425 S MAIN ST
14484   Greater Corbin Chamber Of Commerce                       101 N DEPOT ST
14654   Greater Lexington Chamber Of Commerce                    PO BOX 1968
14661   Greater Louisville Association Of Diabetes Educators     PO BOX 7333
14662   Greater Louisville Association Of Realtors               6300 DUTCHMANS PKWY
14663   Greater Louisville Inc., The Metro Chamber Of Commerce   614 W MAIN ST
14990   Green River Area Development District                    3860 US HIGHWAY 60 W
15015   Greensburg-Green County Chamber Of Commerce              PO BOX 327
15028   Greenville-Muhlenberg County Chamber Of Commerce         PO BOX 313
15171   Habitat For Humanity Of Metro Louisville                 1115 S 4TH ST
15210   Half Saddlebred Registry Of America                      4083 IRON WORKS PARKWAY
15244   Hancock County Chamber Of Commerce                              PO BOX 404
15287   Harlan County Chamber Of Commerce                               PO BOX 268
15324   Harrodsburg/Mercer County Tourist Commission                    PO BOX 283
15328   Hart County Chamber Of Commerce                                 PO BOX 688
15330   Hart County Historical Society                                  PO BOX 606
15554   Henderson - Henderson County Chamber Of Commerce                201 NORTH MAIN ST
15556   Henderson Audubon Board Of Realtors                             201 N MAIN ST
15566   Henry Clay Memorial Foundation                                  120 SYCAMORE RD
15568   Henry County Chamber Of Commerce                                PO BOX 150
15591   Hickman Chamber Of Commerce                                     808 MOSCOW AVE
15592   Hickman County Chamber Of Commerce                              PO BOX 152
15785   Home Builders Association Of Kentucky                           1040 BURLINGTON LN
15862   Hopkinsville Christian County Board Of Realtors                 3000 CANTON PIKE
15863   Hopkinsville-Christian County Chamber Of Commerce               2800 FT CAMPBELL BLVD
15871   Horsemens Benevolent And Protective Association                 4063 IRON WORKS PKWY STE 2 BLDG B
15899   Host Communications Inc                                         2365 HARRODSBURG RD #A325
16487   Independent Insurance Agents Of Kentucky                        PO BOX 24339
17047   International Association Of Culinary Professionals             304 W LIBERTY ST STE 201
17105   International Association Of Personnel In Employment Security   1801 LOUISVILLE RD
17164   International Book Project                                      1440 DELAWARE AVE
17288   International Doctors In Alcoholics Anonymous                   3311 BROOKHILL CIR
17512   Kentucky Association Of Staffing Services                       P O BOX 99215
17513   Kentucky Association Of State Employees                         PO BOX 4110
17514   Kentucky Auto And Truck Recyclers Association                   1501 TWILIGHT TRL
17515   Kentucky Automobile Dealers Association                         PO BOX 498
17516   Kentucky Bankers Association                                    325 W MAIN ST STE 1000
17517   Kentucky Bar Association                                        514 W MAIN ST
17518   Kentucky Barkley Lakes Board Of Realtors                        75 VINE ST
17519   Kentucky Beer Wholesalers Association                           PO BOX 4443
17520   Kentucky Society Of Architects                                  PO BOX 911128
17521   Kentucky Society Of Association Executives                      1501 TWILIGHT TRL
17522   Kentucky Society Of Certified Public Accountants                1735 ALLIANT AVE
17523   Kentucky Society Of Professional Engineers                      160 DEMOCRAT DR
17524   Kentucky Soft Drink Association                                 PO BOX 1183
17525   Kentucky Soybean Association                                    PO BOX 30
17727   International Spa Association                                   2365 HARRODSBURG RD STE A325
17757   International Tire And Rubber Association                       PO BOX 37203
18012   Islamic Research Foundation International, Inc.                           7102 W SHEFFORD LN
18048   Jackson - Breathitt County Chamber Of Commerce                            PO BOX 906
18081   Jaguar Clubs Of North America                                             1000 GLENBROOK RD
18136   Jeffersontown Chamber Of Commerce                                         10434 WATTERSON TRL
18265   Junior League Of Owensboro                                                PO BOX 723
18501   Kenton County Historical Society                                          PO BOX 641
18503   Kentucky Academy Of Family Physicians                                     PO BOX 1444
18504   Kentucky Academy Of Physician Assistants                                  PO BOX 23251
18505   Kentucky Academy Of Trial Attorneys                                       10602 TIMBERWOOD CIR STE 8
18506   Kentucky Alliance For The Alliance Of Midwifery                           PO BOX 6414
18507   Kentucky Association For Career And Technical Education                   PO BOX 4583
18508   Kentucky Association For Community Action                                 101 BURCH COURT
18509   Kentucky Association For Marriage And Family Therapy                      12401 TYLER WOODS COURT
18510   Kentucky Association Of Counties                                          380 KINGS DAUGHTERS DR
18511   Kentucky Association Of Criminal Defense Lawyers                          348 E LEXINGTON AVE
18512   Kentucky Association Of Electric Cooperatives                             4515 BISHOP LN
18513   Kentucky Association Of Health Care Facilities                            9403 MILL BROOK RD
18514   Kentucky Association Of Health Plans                                      1030 BURLINGTON LN STE 1
18515   Kentucky Association Of Highway Contractors                               PO BOX 637
18516   Kentucky Association Of Homes And Services For The Aging                  2501 NELSON MILLER PKWY
18517   Kentucky Association Of Not-For-Profit Homes And Services For The Aging   2501 NELSON MILLER PKWY
18518   Kentucky Association Of Nurse Anesthetists                                PO BOX 2616
18519   Kentucky Association Of Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors              1501 DURRETT LN
18520   Kentucky Association Of Professional Surveyors                            124 WALNUT ST
18521   Kentucky Association Of Realtors                                          161 PROSPEROUS PL
18522   Kentucky Association Of School Administrators                             152 CONSUMER LN
18523   Kentucky Association Of School Councils                                   PO BOX 784
18524   Kentucky Association Of Secondary School Principals                       PO BOX 46
18525   Kentucky Broadcasters Association                                         PO BOX 32970
18526   Kentucky Building Materials Association                                   201 TOWNEPARK CIR STE 100
18527   Kentucky Cable Telecommunications Association                             PO BOX 415
18528   Kentucky Cattlemens Association                                           176 PASADENA DR
18529   Kentucky Cemetery Association                                             PO BOX 43445
18530   Kentucky Chamber Of Commerce                                              464 CHENAULT RD
18531   Kentucky Chapter Of The American College Of Cardiology                    PO BOX 219
18532   Kentucky Charitable Gaming Association                                    132 BRIGHTON PARK BLVD
18533   Kentucky Chiropractic Society                                             2815 BARDSTOWN RD
18534   Kentucky Coal Association                                                     340 S BROADWAY STE 100
18535   Kentucky Coalition To Abolish The Death Penalty                               PO BOX 3092
18536   Kentucky Commission On Women                                                  312 W MAIN ST
18537   Kentucky Corn Growers Association                                             PO BOX 90
18538   Kentucky Council Of Area Development Districts                                501 CAPITOL AVE
18539   Kentucky Counseling Association                                               622 TIMOTHY DR
18540   Kentucky County Attorneys Association                                         1021 BAY COLONY DR
18541   Kentucky County Judge/Executive Association                                   115 E 2ND ST
18542   Kentucky Court Reporters Association                                          PO BOX 4463
18543   Kentucky Covered Bridge Association                                           62 MIAMI PKWY
18544   Kentucky Credit Union League                                                  3615 NEWBURG RD
18545   Kentucky Crushed Stone Association                                            PO BOX 326
18546   Kentucky Dental Association                                                   1940 PRINCETON DR
18547   Kentucky Dietetic Association                                                 PO BOX 23555
18548   Kentucky Distillers' Association                                              110 W MAIN ST
18549   Kentucky Education Association                                                401 CAPITOL AVE
18550   Kentucky Employers Safety Association                                         200 EXECUTIVE PARK
18551   Kentucky Fabricare Association                                                102 S 4TH ST
18552   Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation                                               PO BOX 20700
18553   Kentucky Feed And Grain Association                                           PO BOX 215
18554   Kentucky Fertilizer And Agricultural Chemical Association                     512 CAPITOL AVE
18555   Kentucky Firefighters Association                                             PO BOX 700
18556   Kentucky Forest Industries Association                                        106 PROGRESS DR
18557   Kentucky Gas Association                                                      310 C C LOWRY DR
18558   Kentucky Grocers Association And Kentucky Association Of Convenience Stores   1951 BISHOP LN STE 205
18559   Kentucky Guild Of Artists And Craftsmen                                       PO BOX 291
18560   Kentucky Home Health Association                                              154 PATCHEN DR STE 90
18561   Kentucky Horsemens Benevolent And Protective Association                      422 HEYWOOD AVE
18562   Kentucky Hospital Association                                                 PO BOX 436629
18563   Kentucky Hotel And Motel Association                                          PO BOX 1183
18564   Kentucky Industrial Development Council                                       109-A CONSUMER LN
18565   Kentucky Jailers Association                                                  128 EDWARDS AVE
18566   Kentucky Junior Historical Society                                            100 W BROADWAY ST
18567   Kentucky League Of Cities                                                     101 E VINE ST STE 600
18568   Kentucky Library Association                                                  1501 TWILIGHT TRL
18569   Kentucky Llama And Alpaca Association                                         2176 BURTON PIKE
18570   Kentucky Magistrates And Commissioners Association                            400 KINGS DAUGHTERS DR
18571   Kentucky Manufactured Housing Institute                       2170 U S 127 SOUTH
18572   Kentucky Marina Association                                   PO BOX 298
18573   Kentucky Medical Association                                  4965 U S HWY 42 STE 2000
18574   Kentucky Medical Equipment Suppliers Association              1501 TWILIGHT TRL
18575   Kentucky Mortgage Brokers Association                         PO BOX 4584
18576   Kentucky Motor Transport Association                          617 SHELBY ST
18577   Kentucky Motorcycle Association/Kentucky Bikers Association   PO BOX 17407
18578   Kentucky Nursery And Landscape Association                    350 VILLAGE DR
18579   Kentucky Nurses Association                                   PO BOX 2616
18580   Kentucky Occupational Therapy Association                     PO BOX 21502
18581   Kentucky Oil And Gas Association                              #1-A PHYSICIANS PARK
18582   Kentucky Optometric Association                               514 CAPITOL AVE
18583   Kentucky Osteopathic Medical Association                      1501 TWILIGHT TRL
18584   Kentucky Paralegal Association                                PO BOX 2675
18585   Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association                      622 SHELBY ST
18586   Kentucky Pharmacists Association                              1228 U S 127 SOUTH
18587   Kentucky Physical Therapy Association                         15847 TEAL RD
18588   Kentucky Podiatric Medical Association                        1501 TWILIGHT TRL
18589   Kentucky Poultry Federation                                   PO BOX 21829
18590   Kentucky Press Association                                    101 CONSUMER LN
18591   Kentucky Primary Care Association                             PO BOX 751
18592   Kentucky Professional Firefighters                            400 BAKERS LN
18593   Kentucky Propane Gas Association                              512 CAPITOL AVE
18594   Kentucky Psychiatric Medical Association                      PO BOX 198
18595   Kentucky Psychological Association                            120 SEARS AVE STE 202
18596   Kentucky Public Health Association                            PO BOX 1091
18597   Kentucky Quarter Horse Association                            PO BOX 5223
18598   Kentucky Resources Council                                    PO BOX 1070
18599   Kentucky Restaurant Association                               133 N EVERGREEN RD STE 201
18600   Kentucky Retail Federation                                    512 CAPITOL AVE
18601   Kentucky River Area Development District                      917 PERRY PARK RD
18602   Kentucky Rural Water Association                              PO BOX 1424
18603   Kentucky Safety Council                                       2303 GREENE WAY
18604   Kentucky School Boards Association                            260 DEMOCRAT DR
18605   Kentucky Sheet Metal Contractors Association                  PO BOX 17321
18606   Kentucky Small Business Development Center                    CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP
18607   Kentucky Society For Respiratory Care                         PO BOX 23872
18608   Kentucky Speakers Association                                 11407 N TAZWELL DR
18609   Kentucky Speech-Language-Hearing Association                  535 W SECOND ST #103
18610   Kentucky State Afl-Cio                                        340-1 DEMOCRAT DR
18611   Kentucky Telephone Association                                851 CORPORATE DR STE 105
18612   Kentucky Thoroughbred Association                             4079 IRON WORKS PKWY
18613   Kentucky Tourism Council                                      1100 US HIGHWAY 127 S BLDG C
18614   Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association                       PO BOX 4067
18615   Kentucky/Indiana Automotive Wholesalers Association           1076 WELLINGTON WAY
18646   Kha-An Association Of Kentucky Hospitals And Health Systems   PO BOX 436629
18762   Lexington-Bluegrass Association Of Realtors                   2250 REGENCY RD
18829   Knox County Chamber Of Commerce                               196 DANIEL BOONE DR STE 205
19084   Larue County Chamber Of Commerce                              PO BOX 176
19212   League Of Women Voters Of Kentucky                            D STE 103 1009 TWILIGHT TRAIL
19253   Lebanon - Marion County Chamber Of Commerce                   21 COURT SQ
19351   Lexington Fair Housing Council                                205 E REYNOLDS RD
19354   Lexington Rotary Club                                         401 W MAIN ST STE 305
19421   Lincoln County Chamber Of Commerce                            201 E MAIN ST
19583   Logan County Chamber Of Commerce                              116 S MAIN ST
19592   London-Laurel County Chamber Of Commerce                      529 S MAIN ST
19593   London/Laurel County Tourist Commission                       140 W DANIEL BOONE PKWY
19816   Lupus Foundation Of Kentuckiana, Inc.                         1939 GOLDSMITH LN STE 104
19857   Lyon County Chamber Of Commerce                               PO BOX 323
19905   Madison County Board Of Realtors                              338 HIGHLAND PARK AVE #1
19913   Madisonville Hopkins County Board Of Realtors                 275A SOUTH MAIN ST
19914   Madisonville-Hopkins County Chamber Of Commerce               15 E CENTER ST
19926   Magoffin County Historical Society                            PO BOX 222
20020   Mainstrasse Village Association                               406 WEST 6TH ST
20073   Manchester/Clay County Chamber Of Commerce                    MAIN ST MANCHESTER
20290   Marshall County Chamber Of Commerce                           17 U S HWY 68 WEST
21035   Mechanical Contractors Association Of Kentucky                4022 POPLAR LEVEL RD
21218   Mayfield-Graves County Chamber Of Commerce                    201 E COLLEGE ST
21220   Maysville-Mason County Area Chamber Of Commerce               15 W 2ND ST
21239   Mccreary County Chamber Of Commerce                           PO BOX 548
21269   Meade County Area Chamber Of Commerce                         PO BOX 483
21391   Mental Health Association Of Kentucky                         120 SEARS AVE STE 213
21407   Mercer Chamber Of Commerce                                    122 S MAIN ST
21824   Middlesboro Chamber Of Commerce                               N20TH ST
21836   Middletown Chamber Of Commerce                                           PO BOX 13259
22390   Mobile Industrial Caterers Association International                     304 W LIBERTY ST STE 201
22401   Modeling Association Of America International                            2027 FRANKFORT AVE
22590   Monticello-Wayne County Chamber Of Commerce                              157 SOUTH MAIN ST
22615   Morehead-Rowan County Chamber Of Commerce                                150 E MAIN ST
22624   Morganfield Chamber Of Commerce                                          PO BOX 66
22627   Morgantown-Butler County Chamber Of Commerce                             PO BOX 408
22718   Mount Sterling-Montgomery County Chamber Of Commerce                     126 WEST MAIN
22749   Msu Alumni Association Inc                                               354 UNIVERSITY ST
22778   Munfordville Chamber Of Commerce                                         119 E UNION ST
22783   Municipal Electric Power Association Of Kentucky                         110 E TODD ST
22792   Murray-Calloway County Chamber Of Commerce                               PO BOX 190
22877   National Association Of Institutional Linen Management                   2130 LEXINGTON RD STE H
23099   National Association For Family And Community Education                  73 CAVALIER BLVD STE 106
23298   National Association Of Disability Examiners                             PO BOX 4188
23311   National Association Of Equipment Leasing Brokers                        304 W LIBERTY ST STE 201
23341   National Association Of Government Defined Contribution Administrators   201 EAST MAIN ST STE 1405
23414   National Association Of Local Government Auditors                        2401 REGENCY RD STE 302
23475   National Association Of Pizzeria Operators                               908 S 8TH ST STE 200
23587   National Association Of Social Workers - Kentucky Chapter                304 W LIBERTY ST STE 201
23631   National Association Of State Auditors, Comptrollers And Treasurers      2401 REGENCY RD STE 302
23636   National Association Of State Boating Law Administrators                 1500 LEESTOWN RD STE 330
23641   National Association Of State Chief Administrators                       PO BOX 11910
23642   National Association Of State Chief Information Officers                 201 EAST MAIN ST STE 1405
23643   National Association Of State Chief Information Officers                 167 W MAIN ST STE 600
23657   National Association Of State Facilities Administrators                  PO BOX 11910
23664   National Association Of State Personnel Executives                       PO BOX 11910
23665   National Association Of State Procurement Officials                      201 E MAIN ST STE 1405
23669   National Association Of State Telecommunications Directors               PO BOX 11910
23670   National Association Of State Textbook Administrators                    KENTUCKY DEPT OF EDUCATION
23671   National Association Of State Treasurers                                 PO BOX 11910
23715   National Association Of Unclaimed Property Administrators                PO BOX 11910
23860   National Caves Association                                               PO BOX 280
24025   National Council Of Art Administrators                                   202 FINE ARTS BUILDING
24214   National Electrical Contractors Association - Louisville Chapter         1404-C BROWNS LN
24286   National Emergency Management Association                                PO BOX 11910
24335   National Federation Of Independent Business - Kentucky Chapter           1501 TWILIGHT TRL
24478   National Horsemen's Benevolent And Protective Association, Inc.   4063 IRON WORKS PKWY # B-2
24505   National Institute For Animal Agriculture                         1910 LYDA AVE
24551   National Juvenile Detention Association                           EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
24577   National Lieutenant Governors Association                         PO BOX 11910
24652   National Network Of State Polls                                   304 BRECKINRIDGE HALL
24783   National Real Estate Investors Association                        525 W 5TH ST STE 230
24856   National Show Horse Registry                                      10368 BLUEGRASS PARKWAY
24902   National Society, Sons Of The American Revolution                 1000 S 4TH ST
24980   National Tour Association                                         546 E MAIN ST
25097   Naupa                                                             PO BOX 11910
25350   New Castle Lions Club                                             PO BOX 245
25954   Nockian Society                                                   42 LEATHERS RD
26069   North American Professors Of Christian Education                  2825 LEXINGTON RD
26545   Northern Kentucky Chamber Of Commerce                             P O BOX 17416
26850   Ohio County Chamber Of Commerce                                   PO BOX 3
27031   Ohio Valley Art League                                            PO BOX 1043
27175   Oldham County Chamber Of Commerce                                 412 E MAIN ST
27182   Olive Hill Area Chamber Of Commerce                               PO BOX 1570
27191   Omicron Delta Kappa Society, Inc.                                 118 BRADLEY HALL
27192   Omicron Delta Kappa Society, Province Xiii                        118 BRADLEY HALL
27201   One Alumni Plaza Llc                                              2393 ALUMNI DR STE 100
27424   Organizational Systems Research Association                       150 UNIVERSITY BLVD BOX 2478
27517   Owensboro - Daviess County Chamber Of Commerce                    PO BOX 825
27520   Owingsville-Bath County Chamber Of Commerce                       PO BOX 360
27604   Paducah Area Chamber Of Commerce                                  401 KENTUCKY AVE
27717   Phi Gamma Delta                                                   PO BOX 4599
27735   Powell County Chamber Of Commerce                                 30 L & E RAILROAD PLACE
27767   Paris-Bourbon County Tourism Commission                           301 MAIN ST STE 105
27885   Pendleton County Chamber Of Commerce                              230 MAIN ST STE B
28380   Plantmix Asphalt Industry Of Kentucky                             PO BOX 286
28588   Presbyterian Health, Education And Welfare Association            100 WITHERSPOON ST
28590   Presbyterian Hunger Program                                       100 WITHERSPOON ST
28592   Presbyterian Women                                                100 WITHERSPOON ST
28644   Princeton Chamber Of Commerce/Caldwell County                     110 W WASHINGTON ST
28732   Professional Clubmakers Society                                   70 PERSIMMON RIDGE DR
28762   Professional Golfers Association Of America - Kentucky            PO BOX 18369
28796   Richmond Chamber Of Commerce                                      201 E MAIN ST
28824   Professional Grounds Management Society - Greater Cincinnati Branch               11018 HARRISON WAY
28846   Professional Insurance Agents Of Kentucky                                         PO BOX 4205
29079   Radcliff Chamber Of Commerce                                                      306 N WILSON RD
29105   Railway Systems Suppliers, Inc.                                                   9304 NEW LAGRANGE RD STE 200
29328   Retail Packaging Association                                                      PO BOX 17656
29541   Rocky Mountain Horse Association                                                  PO BOX 129
29621   Royal Crown Bottlers Association                                                  515 ELINE AVE
29639   Rushlight Club                                                                    3901 GLOUCESTER DR
29931   Scenic Kentucky                                                                   PO BOX 2646
30035   Sebree Chamber Of Commerce                                                        PO BOX 326
30093   Shelbyville Chamber Of Commerce                                                   316 MAIN ST
30100   Shepherdsville-Bullitt County Tourist And Convention Commission                   445 HIGHWAY 44 E STE 5
30121   Society For Human Resource Management - Louisville Chapter                        PO BOX 32181
30450   Society For Foodservice Management                                                304 W LIBERTY ST STE 201
30454   Society For French Historical Studies                                             DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
30488   Society For Human Resource Management - Bluegrass Chapter                         PO BOX 657
30504   Society For Human Resource Management - Central Kentucky Chapter                  PO BOX 269
30535   Society For Human Resource Management - Elizabethtown Chapter                     1311 N DIXIE AVE
30545   Society For Human Resource Management - Four Rivers Chapter                       300 SOUTH 5TH ST
30658   Society For Human Resource Management - Owensboro Chapter                         121 EAST 2ND ST
30701   Society For Human Resource Management - Southeastern Kentucky Chapter             107 N MAIN ST
30805   Society For Human Resource Management - Western Kentucky Chapter                  206 COMMERCE COURT
30995   Society Of Dispensing Opticians Of Kentucky                                       PO BOX 24214
31162   Somerset-Pulaski County Chamber Of Commerce                                       445 S HWY 27 STE 301
31488   Southern Criminal Justice Association                                             EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY
31978   Sturgis Chamber Of Commerce                                                       PO BOX 374
32170   Taylorsville Chamber Of Commerce/Spencer County                                   19E MAIN ST
32833   The Association For Communications Technology Professionals In Higher Education   152 W ZANDALE DR STE 200
32873   The Council Of State Governments                                                  2760 RESEARCH PARK DR
33174   Thoroughbred Club Of America                                                      PO BOX 8098
33175   Thoroughbred Owners And Breeders Association                                      PO BOX 4367
33233   Todd County Chamber Of Commerce                                                   71 PUBLIC SQUARE
33247   Tompkinsville Chamber Of Commerce/Monroe County                                   202 NORTH MAGNOLIA ST
33512   U.S. Equestrian Federation                                                        4047 IRON WORKS PKWY
33573   Uk Alumni Association                                                             400 ROSE ST
33718   United States Armor Association                                                   PO BOX 607
33748   United States Dressage Federation                                                 220 LEXINGTON GREEN CIR STE 510
33790   United States Of America Track And Field, Kentucky   PO BOX 7991
33797   United States Polo Association                       771 CORPORATE DR STE 505
33798   United States Pony Club, Virginia Region             4041 IRON WORKS PARKWAY
33799   United States Pony Clubs, Inc.                       4041 IRON WORKS PARKWAY
34053   United Way Of Northeast Kentucky                     PO BOX 2285
34131   United Way Of The Bluegrass                          2480 FORTUNE DR STE 250
34207   University Ky Ag Alumni Assn                         P O BOX 21925
34421   Vassar College Inc                                   640 GALATA DR
34525   Versailles Chamber Of Commerce/Woodford County       110 N MAIN ST
35214   West Point Chamber Of Commerce                       PO BOX 33
35334   Western Kentucky University                          111 BLANKENBAKER LN
35335   Western Kentucky University                          1065 JACKSON RD
35336   Western Kentucky University                          317 HALL ST
35337   Western Kentucky University                          347 JAMES LYON RD
35338   Western Kentucky University                          1410 OLD DOVER RD
35339   Western Kentucky University                          323 HIGH ST
35491   Williamsburg Chamber Of Commerce                     PO BOX 752
35495   Williamstown Chamber Of Commerce/Grant County        PO BOX 365
35517   Winchester-Clark County Chamber Of Commerce          2 S MAPLE ST
35534   Wine And Spirits Wholesalers Of Kentucky             311 WENDOVER AVE STE B
35775   Women Chefs And Restaurateurs                        304 W LIBERTY ST STE 201
35955   Woodford County Chamber Of Commerce                  141 NORTH MAIN ST
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           LEXINGTON                    KY   40511-8488   (859) 233-7411           (859) 231-7862            MR.
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           LEXINGTON                    KY   40511-8410   (859) 244-8203           (859) 244-8001          MS.
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           LEXINGTON                    KY   40511-8401   (859) 259-2742           (859) 259-1628          MR.
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           LOUISVILLE                   KY   40202                                                         MS.     Joyce
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           LEXINGTON                    KY   40502-3548   (859) 335-6529                                   MR.     Richard
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             LOUISVILLE       KY   40206        (502) 893-0761                            MR.
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                                                                 (859) 514-9207 MR. JOHN MR.
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             RICHMOND         KY   40475-2800   (859) 622-2200                            MS.
                                                                                MS. JANE WHITAKERJane
             ASHLAND          KY   41105-0830   (606) 324-5111                            MR.
                                                                 (606) 325-4607 MR. JIM PURGERSON Jim
             ASHLAND          KY   41101        (606) 329-2163                            MRS.
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                                                                 (859) 288-4999 MR. PETE GRASS    Pete
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                                                                 (502) 451-1700 MR. JOSEPH LORD Joseph
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                                                                 (502) 459-6114 MS. POLLYMS.
             FRANKFORT        KY   40602-0457   (502) 223-8845                            MR.
                                                                 (502) 227-8014 MR. ERIC HIGHLEY Eric
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                                                                 (502) 491-5322 MR. ANDREW MEKO Andrew
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                                                                 (502) 695-5057 MR. GARY MR.      Gary
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                                                                 (859) 323-1958 MS. LORI SPRAGENSLori
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                                                                 (502) 589-9940 MR. CHARLIE MATTINGLY
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             SHEPHERDSVILLE   KY   40165        (502) 543-6727                            MR.
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                                                                             (859) 231-0973 MR. JERRY RIDER Jerry
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                                                                             (502) 227-7862 MR. RON FRAASS    Ron
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                                                                             (270) 365-2591 MS. DONNA TINSLEY Donna
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                                                                             (859) 281-1365 MR. KERRY GILLIHANKerry
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                                                                             (502) 589-2409 MS. SUSAN EISENBACK
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                                                                             (270) 444-5590 MR. KEN LUCAS     Ken
             PADUCAH                      KY   42001        (270) 443-1200                            MR.
                                                                             (270) 444-0655 MR. GEORGE KENNEDYGeorge
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                                                                             (270) 444-8105 MS. TARA BEYER    Tara
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                                                               (606) 845-1223 MS. MARY MS.LITTONMary Jo
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                                                               (502) 589-3602 MR. DAVIDMR.      David
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                                                               (606) 727-4146 MS. MARY MS. ACREEMary Ann
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                                                               (502) 223-5942 MS. MARY MS.      Mary
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201 SOUTH MAIN ST           KY   42135-0513   (270) 586-7609                            MR.
                                                               (270) 586-5438 MR. KAREN EATON Karen
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                                                                              MR. KEN BLAIR     Ken
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                                                                              MR. PHILLIP COOKE Phillip
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            LEXINGTON       KY   40503-2309
            LANCASTER       KY   40444-9543   (859) 792-2282                            MS.
                                                               (859) 792-2282 MS. SUSAN LEDFORD  Susan
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                                                               (502) 863-5756 MR. JOHN MR.
            OWENSBORO       KY   42302-1626   (502) 688-8710   (502) 684-2238
            GLASGOW         KY   42141-2602   (270) 651-3161                             MYERS Ernie
                                                               (270) 651-3122 MR. ERNIEMR.
            GRAND RIVERS    KY   42045-0181   (270) 362-0152                            MR.      Richard
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            LEITCHFIELD     KY   42754        (270) 259-3492                            MS.
                                                               (270) 259-0291 MS. JILL TEMPLEMAN Jill
            LEITCHFIELD     KY   42754        (270) 259-5587                            MS.
                                                               (270) 259-9278 MS. CARYN LEWIS Caryn
            CORBIN          KY   40701-1433   (606) 528-6390                            MR.
                                                                              MR. BRUCE CARPENTERBruce
            LEXINGTON       KY   40588-1968   (859) 254-4447                            MR.
                                                               (859) 233-3304 MR. ROBERT QUICK Robert
            LOUISVILLE      KY   40257-0333   (270) 769-1601   (270) 765-7274 MS. DAWNMS.FRAZE Dawn
            LOUISVILLE      KY   40205        (502) 894-9860                            MS.
                                                               (502) 894-9866 MS. LISA STEPHENSONLisa
            LOUISVILLE      KY   40202-2953   (502) 625-0000                            MR.
                                                               (502) 625-0010 MR. STEVE HIGDON Steve
            OWENSBORO       KY   42301-0200   (502) 926-4433                            SHAH
                                                               (502) 684-0714 MS. JITEN MS.      Jiten
            GREENSBURG      KY   42743-0327   (270) 932-4298                            HENDERSON
                                                               (270) 932-7778 MR. JOHN MR.       John
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                                                               (270) 338-5440 MR. LANIE MR.
            LOUISVILLE      KY   40203-3101   (502) 583-6599                             KIRKPATRICK
                                                               (502) 583-6792 MS. DIANEMS.       Diane
            LEXINGTON       KY   40511        (859) 259-2742                            MS.
                                                               (859) 259-1628 MS. CHARLOTTE TEVISCharlotte
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                                                                                  MS. EDNA MS.     Edna
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                                                                                  MS. GLADYS HOSKINS
           HARRODSBURG        KY   40330-0283   (859) 734-2364   (859) 734-9938            MS.
                                                                                  MS. KAREN HACKETTKaren
           MUNFORDVILLE       KY   42765        (502) 524-2892   (502) 524-1127            MS.
                                                                                  MS. CARLA DAVIS  Carla
           MUNFORDVILLE       KY   42765-0606   (502) 524-0101
           HENDERSON          KY   42420        (270) 826-9531   (270) 827-4461            MR.
                                                                                  MR. GEORGE WARRENGeorge
           HENDERSON          KY   42420        (270) 827-4505   (270) 827-4461            MS.
                                                                                  MS. BECKY EAST   Becky
           LEXINGTON          KY   40502-1842   (606) 266-8581   (606) 268-7266            MS.     Ann
                                                                                  MS. ANN HAGAN-MICHEL
           SMITHFIELD         KY   40068        (502) 845-4165   (502) 845-5313   PAT WALLACE      Pat
PO BOX 166 HICKMAN            KY   42050        (270) 236-2902                              YARBRO Velva
                                                                                  MS. VELVAMS.
           CLINTON            KY   42031        (270) 653-4369   (270) 653-6419            MS.
                                                                                  MS. ALMA BLAIR   Alma
           FRANKFORT          KY   40601-8487   (502) 875-5478   (502) 875-5480            MR.     Mike
                                                                                  MR. MIKE HOPPENJANS
           HOPKINSVILLE       KY   42240        (270) 885-8365   (270) 885-4871            MR.
                                                                                  MR. GAY WILSON   Gay
           HOPKINSVILLE       KY   42240        (270) 885-9096   (270) 886-2059            MS.
                                                                                  MS. BETSY SHELTONBetsy
           LEXINGTON          KY   40511-8483   (859) 259-0451   (859) 259-0452
           LEXINGTON          KY   40504        (859) 219-3500                              MR.
                                                                                  MR. SAM DUNN      Sam
           LOUISVILLE         KY   40224-0339   (502) 426-0610   (502) 423-8313             MS.
                                                                                  MS. PEGGY PORTER Peggy
           LOUISVILLE         KY   40202-3011   (502) 581-9786   (502) 589-3602             MR.
                                                                                  MR. DANIEL MAYE Daniel
           FRANKFORT          KY   40601-3922   (502) 223-4459   (502) 223-4127             MS.
                                                                                  MS. THERMA HILL Therma
           LEXINGTON          KY   40505-4097   (859) 254-6771   (859) 253-2293             MS.
                                                                                  MS. LYNDA JEFFRIESLynda
           LEXINGTON          KY   40502-3310   (859) 277-9379   (636) 228-4102             DR.
                                                                                  DR. GORDON HYDE Gordon
           LOUISVILLE         KY   40269-0215   (502) 261-0441                              MR.
                                                                                  MR. WALDO TAMES Waldo
           FRANKFORT          KY   40604-4110   (502) 875-2273   (502) 875-3597             MR.
                                                                                  MR. LEE JACKSON Lee
           FRANKFORT          KY   40601-8402   (502) 223-5322                              MS.
                                                                                  MS. FRAN REITMAN Fran
           FRANKFORT          KY   40602-0498   (502) 695-3333   (502) 695-5790             MR.
                                                                                  MR. RONALD JACKSONRonald
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           FRANKFORT          KY   40601-1883   (502) 564-3795   (502) 564-3225             MR.
                                                                                  MR. BRUCE DAVIS Bruce
           BENTON             KY   42025        (270) 527-9811   (270) 527-9811             MRS.
                                                                                  MRS. DANA FINLEY Dana
           MIDWAY             KY   40347-4443   (606) 846-4847   (606) 846-4378             MR.
                                                                                  MR. JIM BOHANNON Jim
           LEXINGTON          KY   40591-1128   (859) 223-8201   (859) 223-8202              PIKE
                                                                                  MS. JANETMS.      Janet
           FRANKFORT          KY   40601-8402   (502) 223-5322   (502) 223-4937             UNDERWOOD
                                                                                  MR. JOHN MR.      John
           LOUISVILLE         KY   40299-6326   (502) 266-5272   (502) 261-9512             MS.
                                                                                  MS. PENNY GOLD    Penny
KENTUCKY ENGINEERING CENTER   KY   40601-9229   (502) 695-5680   (502) 695-0738             MR.
                                                                                  MR. GEORGE BINDER George
           FRANKFORT          KY   40602-1183   (502) 875-5858   (502) 875-7536             MR.
                                                                                  MR. D GILLESPIE   D
           PRINCETON          KY   42445-0030   (270) 365-7214   (270) 365-2506             MS.
                                                                                  MS. DEBBIE ELLIS Debbie
           LEXINGTON          KY   40504        (859) 226-4326   (859) 226-4445             MS.
                                                                                  MS. LYNNE WALKER Lynne
           LOUISVILLE         KY   40233-7203   (502) 968-8900   (502) 964-7859             MR.
                                                                                  MR. WILSON BEACH Wilson
LOUISVILLE      KY   40242-6462   (502) 423-1988                               DR.
                                                      (502) 423-1988 DR. IBRAHIM SYED     Ibrahim
JACKSON         KY   41339-0906   (606) 666-7183                               MULLINS
                                                                     MR. MARK MR.         Mark
ANCHORAGE       KY   40223-2212   (888) 258-2528                               MR.
                                                      (888) 258-2528 MR. STEVE AVERILL    Steve
JEFFERSONTOWN   KY   40299-3759   (502) 267-1674                               WEBER
                                                      (502) 267-6874 MS. VICKY MS.        Vicky
OWENSBORO       KY   42302-0723   (502) 683-1430
COVINGTON       KY   41012-0641   (859) 491-0490                                BOH
                                                                       MR. JOHN MR.      John
ASHLAND         KY   41105-1444   (888) 287-9339      (888) 287-0662            MS.
                                                                       MS. CHERYL MYERS Cheryl
LEXINGTON       KY   40523-3251                                                 MR.
                                                                       MR. STEVE GASKINS Steve
LOUISVILLE      KY   40223-5367   (502) 339-8890      (502) 339-1780            MS.
                                                                       MS. MARESA FAWNSMaresa
LOUISVILLE      KY   40206-0414   (502) 893-3727                                MS.
                                                                       MS. MICHELLE BREENMichelle
FRANKFORT       KY   40604-4583   (502) 223-1823      (502) 227-8082            MR.
                                                                       MR. MICHAEL STONEMichael
FRANKFORT       KY   40601-2025   (502) 875-5863      (502) 875-5865            MR.
                                                                       MR. THOMAS BOWMAR Thomas
LOUISVILLE      KY   40299        (502) 494-2929      (606) 269-2582
FRANKFORT       KY   40601-4106   (502) 223-7667      (502) 223-1502            MR.
                                                                       MR. BOB ARNOLD Bob
DANVILLE        KY   40422-1572   (585) 236-7088      (858) 236-7088            MS.
                                                                       MS. KATHRYN WOOD Kathryn
LOUISVILLE      KY   40218-4507   (502) 451-2430      (502) 459-3209            MR.
                                                                       MR. RON SHEETS   Ron
LOUISVILLE      KY   40223-4001   (502) 425-5000      (502) 425-3431            MR.
                                                                       MR. RICH MILLER  Rich
FRANKFORT       KY   40601-8444   (502) 227-5003      (502) 227-3305            MS.     Melodie
                                                                       MS. MELODIE SHRADER
FRANKFORT       KY   40602-0637   (502) 223-3422      (502) 223-4624            MR.     Charles
                                                                       MR. CHARLES LOVORN
LOUISVILLE      KY   40223-2221   (502) 992-4380      (502) 992-4390
LOUISVILLE      KY   40223-2221   (502) 922-4380      (502) 922-4300            MS.
                                                                       MS. KATHY SHIREMANKathy
LOUISVILLE      KY   40201-2616   502-637-2546 ex23                             MS.
                                                                       MS. SHARON MERCER Sharon
LOUISVILLE      KY   40213-1884   (502) 451-5577      (502) 451-5551            KNIGHT John
                                                                       MR. JOHN MR.
FRANKFORT       KY   40601        (502) 695-2349      (502) 695-2667            MR.      Thomas
                                                                       MR. THOMAS CRABTREE
LEXINGTON       KY   40509-1898   (606) 263-7377      (606) 263-7565            MR.
                                                                       MR. JENNIFER VIENSJennifer
FRANKFORT       KY   40601-8489   (502) 875-3411      (502) 875-4634   V. WAYNE YOUNG V. Wayne
DANVILLE        KY   40423-0784   (859) 238-2188      (859) 238-0806            MS.
                                                                       MS. SUSAN WESTONSusan
DANVILLE        KY   40423-0046   (859) 236-7230      (859) 236-7230            MR.
                                                                       MR. DON TURNER Don
LOUISVILLE      KY   40232        (502) 585-2201      (502) 561-4115            MR.
                                                                       MR. STEVE LANGFORDSteve
LOUISVILLE      KY   40243-2317   (502) 245-6730      (502) 245-7283             QUINN Chris
                                                                       MR. CHRISMR.
BURKESVILLE     KY   42717-0415   (270) 864-5352      (270) 864-3110            MS.
                                                                       MS. PATSY JUDD    Patsy
LEXINGTON       KY   40503-2900   (606) 278-0899      (606) 281-6043
LOUISVILLE      KY   40253-0445   (502) 254-5884                              MR.
                                                                     MR. KENNY POPP       Kenny
FRANKFORT       KY   40601-9260   (502) 695-4700                              MR.
                                                      (502) 695-6824 MR. JEAN HALE        Jean
OWENSBORO       KY   42303        (270) 688-0808                              MS.
                                                                     MS. AMY BURGAN       Amy
FRANKFORT       KY   40601        (502) 573-5528                               LILLY
                                                      (502) 573-6625 MR. CHRISMR.         Chris
LOUISVILLE      KY   40205-2644   (502) 456-1775                              MS.
                                                      (502) 451-4484 MS. TAMMY DRURY      Tammy
LEXINGTON     KY   40508-2553   (859) 233-4743   (859) 233-4745             MR.
                                                                  MR. BILL CAYLOR   Bill
LOUISVILLE    KY   40201-3092   (502) 585-2895   (502) 581-1937             MR.     Patrick
                                                                  MR. PATRICK DELAHANTY
FRANKFORT     KY   40601        (502) 564-6643   (502) 564-2315             MS.     Betsy
                                                                  MS. BETSY NOWLAND-CURRY
EASTWOOD      KY   40018-0090   (502) 243-4150   (502) 243-4149             BARLOW Todd
                                                                  MR. TODD MR.
FRANKFORT     KY   40601-2838   (502) 875-2515   (502) 875-0946             MR.
                                                                  MR. JACK COUCH    Jack
FRANKFORT     KY   40242        (502) 223-5905                              DR.
                                                                  DR. BILL BRADEN   Bill
RICHMOND      KY   40475-9098   (859) 626-9666                              MR.
                                                                  MR. HAROLD JOHNS Harold
FRANKFORT     KY   40601-2901   (502) 223-5293   (502) 875-0103              LANG
                                                                  MR. VINCEMR.      Vince
MIDWAY        KY   40347-4463   (606) 846-4847   (606) 846-4378             MS.
                                                                  MS. ANGELA SMITH Angela
FORT THOMAS   KY   41075-1137   (606) 441-7000   (606) 441-2112   L.K. PATTON       L.K.
LOUISVILLE    KY   40218-3368   (502) 459-8023   (502) 459-0189             MR.
                                                                  MR. WENDELL LYONS Wendell
FRANKFORT     KY   40602-0326   (888) 234-5272   (502) 223-2370             MR.
                                                                  MR. DONALD WALKER Donald
LOUISVILLE    KY   40205-1838   (502) 459-5373   (502) 458-5915             MR.     Stephen
                                                                  MR. STEPHEN ROBERTSON
LEXINGTON     KY   40523-3555   (859) 245-0717                    ADRIENNE GRIZZELLAdrienne
SPRINGFIELD   KY   40069-1227   (859) 336-9612   (859) 336-9613             MR.     Edward
                                                                  MR. EDWARD O'DANIEL
FRANKFORT     KY   40601-2849   (502) 875-2889   (502) 227-8062             MS.     Frances
                                                                  MS. FRANCES STEENBERGEN
LOUISVILLE    KY   40207        (502) 894-8484   (502) 894-0066             MR.
                                                                  MR. GREGORY BUIE Gregory
BARDSTOWN     KY   40004-1006   (502) 348-9223                              MR.
                                                                  MR. NICK BELL     Nick
LOUISVILLE    KY   40250-0700   (502) 495-5000   (502) 495-5114              BECK
                                                                  MR. DAVIDMR.      David
MIDWAY        KY   40347-0215   (859) 254-0294   (859) 254-0294   BUENA BOND        Buena
FRANKFORT     KY   40601-2839   (502) 226-1122   (502) 875-1595             MR.
                                                                  MR. TOD GRIFFIN   Tod
CALHOUN       KY   42327-0700   (606) 331-1267                              MR.
                                                                  MR. BILL ROBBINS Bill
FRANKFORT     KY   40601-8695   (502) 695-3979   (502) 695-8343              FELDMANDavid
                                                                  MR. DAVIDMR.
MURRAY        KY   42071-3579   (502) 753-2151   (502) 753-9807             DR.
                                                                  DR. PAUL LYONS    Paul
LOUISVILLE    KY   40218-1923   (502) 459-7111   (502) 454-3210             MR.
                                                                  MR. PATRICK HICKS Patrick
BEREA         KY   40403-0291   (859) 986-3192   (859) 985-9114             MS.
                                                                  MS. TIHANA PORTERTihana
LEXINGTON     KY   40517-4418   (606) 268-2574   (606) 269-1124             MS.
                                                                  MS. KAREN HINKLE Karen
LOUISVILLE    KY   40208-1346   (502) 363-1077   (502) 367-6800             MR.
                                                                  MR. MARTIN MALINE Martin
LOUISVILLE    KY   40253-6629   (502) 426-6220   (502) 426-6226             MR.
                                                                  MR. MICHAEL RUST Michael
FRANKFORT     KY   40602-1183   (502) 875-1115   (502) 875-7536
FRANKFORT     KY   40601-8489   (502) 227-9653                           MS.
                                                 (502) 227-2611 MS. MARCIE PUCKETTMarcie
GEORGETOWN    KY   40324-9723   (859) 421-9454                           MR.
                                                 (502) 863-6944 MR. JIM WOODRUM Jim
FRANKFORT     KY   40601-1931   (502) 564-1792                            VOELKERT
                                                                MS. ANNIEMS.      Annie
LEXINGTON     KY   40507-3700   (606) 323-3700                           MS.
                                                 (606) 323-3703 MS. SYLVIA LOVELY Sylvia
FRANKFORT     KY   40601-8402   (502) 223-5322                           MS.      Christine
                                                 (502) 223-4937 MS. CHRISTINE MCINTOSH
GEORGETOWN    KY   40324        (502) 857-9100                           MS.
                                                                MS. DONNA KEITH Donna
FRANKFORT     KY   40601-6511   (502) 223-5510                           MR.
                                                 (502) 223-1892 MR. RICHARD TANNERRichard
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601        (502) 223-0490          (502) 223-7305             VANN
                                                                                                   MR. THAD MR.      Thad
            KUTTAWA                     KY   42055-0298   (270) 388-2532          (502) 388-4269            MS.
                                                                                                   MS. MICHELLE MYERSMichelle
            LOUISVILLE                  KY   40222-6301   (502) 426-6200          (502) 426-6877            MR.      William
                                                                                                   MR. WILLIAM APPLEGATE
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-8402   (502) 223-5322          (502) 223-4937
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40604-4584   (502) 223-4840          (502) 223-4839            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. JON MCCAIN    Jon
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-3240   (502) 227-0848          (502) 227-0849            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. NED SHEEHY    Ned
            LOUISVILLE                  KY   40217-0407   (502) 423-1956          (502) 423-1956            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. KEN MOORE     Ken
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-8661   (502) 848-0055          (502) 848-0032            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. LARRY SANDERS Larry
            LOUISVILLE                  KY   40201-2616   (502) 637-2546          (502) 637-8236            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. SHARON MERCER Sharon
            LOUISVILLE                  KY   40221-0402   (859) 254-5701 x5226                              MS.      Camille
                                                                                                   MS. CAMILLE SKUBIK-PEPLASKI
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-4108   (502) 266-1955          (502) 226-3626            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. D. WALLEN     D.
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-2839   (502) 875-3516          (502) 875-3782            MS.
                                                                                                   MS. DARLENE EAKIN Darlene
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-8402   (502) 223-5322          (502) 223-4937             UNDERWOOD
                                                                                                   MR. JOHN MR.      John
            LOUISVILLE                  KY   40201-2675   (606)789-3747 ext. 14                             MS.      Crystal
                                                                                                   MS. CRYSTAL TUCKER-WALKER
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-3460   (502) 875-3738          (502) 875-4515            MR.      Richard
                                                                                                   MR. RICHARD MAXEDON
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601        (502) 227-2303          (502) 227-2258            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. MIKE MAYES    Mike
            VERONA                      KY   41092        (859) 485-2812          (859) 485-2813             HILE
                                                                                                   MS. CINDYMS.      Cindy
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-8402   (502) 223-5322          (502) 223-4937             UNDERWOOD
                                                                                                   MR. JOHN MR.      John
            LEXINGTON                   KY   40522-1829   (606) 266-8375          (606) 269-1303            MS.
                                                                                                   MS. MELISSA MILLERMelissa
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-8489   (502) 223-8821          (502) 226-3867             THOMPSON
                                                                                                   MR. DAVIDMR.      David
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40602-0751   (502) 227-4379                                    MR.
                                                                                                   MR. JOSEPH SMITH Joseph
            LOUISVILLE                  KY   40214        (502) 366-5227          (502) 366-0480            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. BRUCE ROBERTS Bruce
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-2839   (502) 875-2686          (502) 875-1595            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. TOD GRIFFIN   Tod
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40602-0198   (502) 695-4843          (502) 695-4441            MS.
                                                                                                   MS. THERESA WALTONTheresa
            LOUISVILLE                  KY   40207-5072   (502) 894-0777          (502) 894-0635            MS.      Shannon
                                                                                                   MS. SHANNON MCARTHUR
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40602-1091   (502) 875-2255          (502) 226-5155            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. DUDLEY CONNER Dudley
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40602-5223                                            BENNIE SARGENT Bennie
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40602-1070   (502) 875-2428          (502) 875-2845            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. TOM FITZGERALDTom
            LOUISVILLE                  KY   40243-1484   (502) 896-0464          (502) 896-0465            MS.
                                                                                                   MS. STACY ROOF    Stacy
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-2839   (502) 875-1444          (502) 875-1595             HINKLE John
                                                                                                   MR. JOHN MR.
            HAZARD                      KY   41701-5322   (606) 436-3158          (606) 436-2144            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. JUDGE REESE Judge
            BOWLING GREEN               KY   42102-1424   (502) 843-2291          (502) 796-8623             LARIMORE
                                                                                                   MR. GARY MR.      Gary
            LOUISVILLE                  KY   40220        (502) 491-4737          (502) 491-5322            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. ROY STRANGE Roy
            FRANKFORT                   KY   40601-9214   (502) 695-4630          (502) 695-5451            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. WILLIAM LOVELLWilliam
            LOUISVILLE                  KY   40217-0321   (502) 636-2556          (502) 636-1397            MR.
                                                                                                   MR. DONALD ECKEN Donald
            LEXINGTON                   KY
225 GATTON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS & ECONOMICS   40506-0034   (859) 257-7668          (859) 323-1907            DR.
                                                                                                   DR. BECKY NAUGLE Becky
            LEXINGTON                   KY   40523-3872   (859) 257-4872                                    MR.
                                                                                                   MR. JAMES MATCHUNYJames
             LOUISVILLE     KY   40241-1879   (502) 426-7033   (502) 326-0811             CRUTCHER
                                                                                MS. DIANEMS.       Diane
             LEXINGTON      KY   50608        (859) 252-3776   (859) 252-3739             DEYOUNGPatti
                                                                                MS. PATTI MS.
             FRANKFORT      KY   40601        (502) 695-6172   (502) 695-6176             MR.
                                                                                MR. BILL LONDRIGAN Bill
             LEXINGTON      KY   40503-5434   (859) 223-9001   (859) 223-2601             MR.
                                                                                MR. FOREST SKAGGS  Forest
             LEXINGTON      KY   40511-8483   (859) 381-1414   (859) 233-9737              SWITZER David
                                                                                MR. DAVIDMR.
             FRANKFORT      KY   40601-4318   (502) 223-8687   (502) 223-5646             MS.      Marcheta
                                                                                MS. MARCHETA SPARROW
             FRANKFORT      KY   40604-4067   (502) 266-5862   (502) 226-6177             MS.
                                                                                MS. LOUISE COOK Louise
             LEXINGTON      KY   40513-1200   (859) 296-9404   (859) 296-4763             MRS.
                                                                                MRS. CARMEN GRIMM  Carmen
             LOUISVILLE     KY   40253-6629   (502) 426-6220   (502) 426-6226             MR.
                                                                                MR. MICHAEL RUST Michael
             LEXINGTON      KY   40503        (859) 276-3503   (859) 277-0286             MS.
                                                                                MS. ELAINE HANGIS Elaine
             BARBOURVILLE   KY   40906-1142   (606) 546-4300   (606) 546-4300              JONES Janet
                                                                                MS. JANETMS.
             HODGENVILLE    KY   42748-0176   (270) 358-3411   (270) 358-3411              TERRY Robin
                                                                                MS. ROBINMS.
             FRANKFORT      KY   40601        (502) 875-6481   (502) 875-6481             MS.
                                                                                MS. TERRY NAYDAN Terry
             LEBANON        KY   40033-1233   (270) 692-9594   (270) 692-2661             MS.
                                                                                MS. KATHY BROWNING Kathy
             LEXINGTON      KY   40517-1275   (606) 971-8067   (606) 971-1652             MS.
                                                                                MS. TERESA ISAAC Teresa
             LEXINGTON      KY   40507-1646   (859) 389-8100   (606) 225-4050   NELL MAIL          Nell
             STANFORD       KY   40484-0394   (606) 365-4118   (606) 365-4118             MS.
                                                                                MS. ANDREA MILLER Andrea
             RUSSELLVILLE   KY   42276-1902   (270) 726-2206   (270) 726-2237             MR.
                                                                                MR. STANLEY KNIGHT Stanley
             LONDON         KY   40741-1942   (606) 864-4789   (606) 864-7300             MS.
                                                                                MS. SHARON BENGE Sharon
             LONDON         KY   40741-9622   (606) 878-6900   (606) 877-1689             MR.
                                                                                MR. KEN HARVEY     Ken
             LOUISVILLE     KY   40218-3092   (502) 456-5265   (502) 451-4837             TALBOTT-HILL
                                                                                MS. KARINMS.       Karin
             EDDYVILLE      KY   42038-0323   (270) 388-4769                              MR.
                                                                                MR. LARRY LOCK     Larry
             RICHMOND       KY   40475        (859) 624-0224   (859) 624-1960              LAKE
                                                                                MS. MENDIMS.       Mendi
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                                                                                MS. SHELLEY CATESShelley
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                                                                                MR. FRANK WILLIAMS Frank
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                                                                                MS. CONNIE WIREMAN Connie
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             MIDDLETOWN                KY   40253        (502) 244-8086                           MS.
                                                                          (502) 244-0185 MS. JUDITH FRANCISJudith
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                                                                          (502) 589-3602 MR. KEVINMR.      Kevin
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PO BOX 566 MONTICELLO                  KY   42633-0566   (606) 348-3064                            DICK
                                                                          (606) 348-3064 MR. GARY MR.      Gary
             MOREHEAD                  KY   40351        (606) 784-6221                            MS.
                                                                          (606) 783-1373 MS. TRACY WILLIAMSTracy
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                                                                                         MR. PAUL HENDRICKSON
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                                                                                         MR. GERALD JONES Gerald
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                                                                          (859) 498-3947 MS. PAM DEANGELISPam
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                                                                                         MS. TAMI JONES    Tami
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                                                                          (270) 524-1127 MS. VELMA KOOSTRA Velma
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                                                                          (502) 223-1892 MS. LIBBY MS.     Libby
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                                                                          (859) 525-6496 MS. JUDY JONES    Judy
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                                                                          (502) 875-8388 MS. MARTHA MARSHALL
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                                                                          (877) 875-4750 MS. MARCIMS.
             LEXINGTON                 KY   40507-1324   (859) 514-9161                            HINES
                                                                          (859) 514-9188 MR. TONY MR.      Tony
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                                                                          (859) 278-0507 MS. JOANNE NORRISJoanne
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                                                                          (502) 589-3602 MR. HANK MR.      Hank
             LEXINGTON                 KY   40503-2914   (859) 276-1147                            MR.
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                                                                          (859) 244-8239 MR. TRINAMR.
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                                                                          (502) 223-4937 MR. JOHN MR.      John
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                                                                                          MR. REMI BELLOCQ Remi
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                                                                                          MR. GLENN SLACK Glenn
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                                                                                          MR. EARL DUNLAP Earl
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                                                                                          DR. RONALD LANGLEY Ronald
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                                                                                          MS. GAYLE GARRETT  Gayle
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                                                                                          MR. JAMES RANDALLJames
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                                                                                          MR. HANK MR.
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                                                                                          MR. DAVIDMR.       David
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                                                                                          MR. WILLIAM COC William
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                                                                                          MR. ROBERT THORNTONRobert
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             FORT MITCHELL              KY 41017-0416   (859) 578-8800                            TOCBBEN Gary
                                                                         (859) 578-8802 MR. GARY MR.
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                                                                         (270) 298-3331 MR. DAVIDMR.
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                                                                                        MS. RITA STAGG    Rita
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                                                                         (502) 222-3159 MR. JOSEPH SCHOENBAECHLER
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                                                                                        MR. JOHN MR.
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                                                                         (859) 323-1014 DR. JOHN MORGAN John
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                                                                                        MR. JEFF RAY      Jeff
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                                                                         (859) 253-0779 MR. WILLIAM MARTINWilliam
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                                                                                        MR. EARL MORGAN Earl
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                                                                         (502) 569-8026 MS. ANN FERGUSON Ann
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                                                                                        MS. SHERRY NOEL Sherry
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                                                                         (502) 241-2817 MS. KIM PAPPAS    Kim
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                                                                         (502) 499-7422 MR. MARK MR.      Mark
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                                                                         (859) 623-0839 MR. ROB RUMPKE Rob
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                                                                                          MS. JENNIFER GULICK
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                                                                                          MR. CHRISTI LEMAY Christi
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                                                                                          MR. JAMES HUNTLEY James
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                                                                                          MS. NANCY COONS Nancy
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                                                                                        MR. PAUL RAUSCH Paul
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                                                                                        MR. BOB HARDISON Bob
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                                                                         (502) 589-3602 MR. GREGMR.
1725 POT UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY   KY   40506-0027   (859) 335-6254                                MR.
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                                                                                        MS. SHERRY DAVIS Sherry
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                                                                                        MR. BOB RIVERA     Bob
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                                                                         (270) 444-8518 MR. JIM MOSS       Jim
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                                                                         (270) 687-7268 MS. BECKY O'BRYAN Becky
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                                                                         (606) 679-1779 MS. CHARLOTTE KEENEY
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                                                                                        MR. BILL DOUGHMAN  Bill
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                                                                         (606) 678-0624 MR. JACK KEENEY Jack
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                                                                                        DR. MATTHEW ROBINSON
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                                                                                        MR. EDWARD POLLETT Edward
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                                                                         (859) 278-3268 MR. JERI SEMER     Jeri
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                                                                         (606) 244-8001 MR. DAN SPRAGUE Dan
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                                                                         (859) 231-6131 MS. CHARLIE LITTLE Charlie
             LEXINGTON            KY   40544-4367   (859) 276-2291                                MR.
                                                                         (859) 276-2462 MR. DANIEL METZGER Daniel
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                                                                                        MS. LINDA MS.
P O BOX 302 TOMPKINSVILLE         KY   42167        (270) 487-1314                                MR.
                                                                                        MR. BARRY BURNETTE Barry
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                                                                         (859) 231-6662 MR. DAVIDMR.       David
             LEXINGTON            KY   40508-3312   (859) 257-1478                                MR.
                                                                                        MR. STAN KEY       Stan
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                                                                         (502) 942-8624 MR. DAVIDMR.
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                                                                         (859) 971-7722 MR. SAM BARISH     Sam
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                                                                               MR. WILLIAM NAULT William
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                                                                               MR. PETER RIZZO Peter
            LEXINGTON        KY   40511        (540) 338-5345   (540) 338-2450          MS.
                                                                               MS. SUE ELLIOTT   Sue
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                                                                               MR. STEVE TOWLER Steve
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                                                                               MS. KATHY PLOMIN Kathy
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                                                                               MR. DENNIS PARRETTDennis
            LEXINGTON        KY   40503-5802   (859) 278-0285                            MC
                                                                               MS. MARY MS. GARY Mary
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                                                                (859) 873-4576 MS. JANETMS.
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                                                                               MS. GEORGIANNE WHITEHOUSE
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                                                                               MR. SAM CLARK     Sam
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            CAMPBELLSVILLE   KY   42718-2015   (270) 465-5339                             MR.
                                                                                 MR. WILLARD SMITH Willard
            WILLIAMSBURG     KY   40769        (606) 549-0334
            WILLIAMSTOWN     KY   41097-0365   (859) 824-3322                            GUTMAN Wade
                                                                (859) 824-7082 MR. WADEMR.
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                                                                (859) 744-9229 MS. CHARMAGNE CASTLE
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            LOUISVILLE       KY   40202-3011   (502) 581-0300                           MS.      Melissa
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Sheets     President        
Miller     President        
Lovorn     Executive Director
Shireman   Administrator    
Mercer     Executive Director
Knight     President
Crabtree   President
Viens      Vice President   
Young      Executive Director
Weston     Executive Director
Turner     Executive Director
Langford   Chairman         
Quinn      Executive Vice President
Judd       Executive Director
Popp       President
Hale       Chairman Of The Board
Burgan     Chapter Administrator
Lilly      Executive Director;
Drury      Secretary / Treasurer
Caylor          President                
Nowland-Curry   Executive Director       
Barlow          Executive Director       
Couch           Executive Director       
Braden          Executive Director       
Johns           President                
Lang            Executive Director       
Smith           President
Patton          Executive Director
Lyons           President                
Walker          President
Robertson       President                
Grizzell        Executive Director       
O'daniel        President                
Steenbergen     President                
Buie            Executive Director       
Bell            President
Beck            Executive Vice President
Bond            Executive Secretary      
Griffin         Executive Director
Robbins         President
Feldman         President                
Lyons           Executive Director
Hicks           President                
Porter          Program Manager
Hinkle          Executive Director       
Maline          Executive Director       
Rust            Ceo                      
Puckett         Executive Director
Woodrum         Executive Director       
Voelkert        Student Services Program Manager
Lovely          Executive Director
Mcintosh        President                
Keith           President                
Tanner          Executive Director       
Vann              Executive Director
Myers             Executive Director
Applegate         Executive Vp     
Mccain            Executive Director
Sheehy            President        
Moore             President        
Sanders           President        
Mercer            Executive Director
Skubik-Peplaski   President        
Wallen            President
Eakin             Executive Director
Underwood         Executive Director
Tucker-Walker     President        
Maxedon           President        
Mayes             Executive Director
Hile              President        
Underwood         Executive Director
Miller            Executive Director
Thompson          Executive Director
Smith             Executive Director
Roberts           President
Griffin           Executive Director
Walton            Executive Director
Mcarthur          Administrative Assistant
Conner            Executive Director
Sargent           President        
Fitzgerald        Director         
Roof              Ceo/President    
Hinkle            President        
Reese             Chairperson
Larimore          Executive Director
Strange           President        
Lovell            President
Ecken             Executive Director
Naugle            State Director   
Matchuny          President
Crutcher       Administrative Director
Deyoung        Executive Director
Londrigan      President       
Skaggs         Executive Director
Switzer        Executive Director
Sparrow        President / Ceo 
Cook           Executive Director
Grimm          Executive Director
Rust           President       
Hangis         Executive Officer
Jones          Secretary       
Terry          Executive Director
Naydan         President
Browning       Executive Director
Mail           Executive Director
Miller         Executive Director
Knight         President       
Benge          President
Harvey         Executive Director
Talbott-Hill   Executive Director
Lock           President
Lake           Executive Officer
Cates          Executive Officer
Williams       Chairperson
Wireman        Secretary       
Bamberger      Executive Director
Mcwhorter      President       
Hammond        Executive Director
Davenport      Executive Director
Carpenter      Executive Director
Worley         President       
Skaggs         Executive Director
Cunningham     Executive Director
Freeman        President       
Francis       President / Ceo        
Hall          Executive Administrator

Dick          President              
Williams      Executive Director     
Hendrickson   President
Jones         President
Deangelis     Executive Director     
Jones         President
Koostra       Executive Director
Marshall      Executive Director     
Brockman      Executive Director
Bowen         President              
Jones         Secretary              
Marshall      President
Hines         President              
Norris        Member Services Representative
Straughan     Executive Director     
Cecil         President              
Poynter       Executive Director     
Johnson       Chief Executive Officer
Stone         Association Director   
Robinson      Executive Director     
Robinson      Executive Director     
Stone         Association Director   
Soileau       President
Trail         Executive Director     
Britton       Executive Director     
Pounders      President              
Berry         President              
Milby         Manager                
Shay          Administrative Coordinator
Strange       President              
Hembree       Executive Director     
Underwood     State Director         
Bellocq          Executive Director
Slack            President        
Dunlap           Executive Director
Hurst            Director
Langley          Chairperson      
Mclean           Executive Director
Garrett          Executive Director
Randall          Executive Director
Phillips         President        
Milby            Manager          
Coc              Contact
Thornton         Founder
Tocbben          President        
Lanham           President
Stagg            President        
Schoenbaechler   President        
Steagall         President        
Morgan           Executive Director
Morgan           Executive Director

Everett          Executive Director
Wassmer          Executive Vice-President
Ray              President
Spalding         President        
Morgan           President
Scott            Executive Director
Bishop           Administrative Assistant
Blake            Executive Director
Troy             Executive Director
Cook             Coordinator
Ferguson         Executive Director
Noel             Executive Director
Pappas           Business Director
Hill             Executive Director
Rumpke           Executive Director
Gulick     President        
Lemay      Executive Vice President
Huntley    President        
Coons      Executive Director
Garling    Executive Director
Rausch     President
Eiken      Executive Director
Hardison   President

Whitaker   President        
Hobby      Executive Director
Popkin     Executive Director
Gossard    President        
Davis      President        
Rivera     President        
Moss       President
O'bryan    President        
Keeney     President        
Doughman   President
Duff       Executive Director
Keeney     Executive Director
Robinson   President        

Pollett    President
Semer      Executive Director
Sprague    Executive Director
Little     Executive Director
Metzger    President
Marklin    President
Burnette   President        
O'connor   Executive Director
Key        Director
Manning    Executive Director
Barish     President        
Nault        President       
Rizzo        Executive Director
Elliott      Regional Supervisor
Entrekin     Executive Director
Towler       Executive Director
Plomin       President       
Parrett      President
Mc Gary      Treasurer
Menser       President       
Moore        President
Whitehouse   Branch Manager
Humphrey     Branch Manager
Rogers       Branch Manager
Clark        Branch Manager

Smith        President

Gutman       Executive Director
Castle       President       

Mershon      Executive Administrator
Pitchford    Chairperson     
                                                        8200      City            Alumni             250     Individuals 8000 2    International               ASN
                                                                                  Medicine - Genetics              30      Companies 5075 2      Regional                    ACCOAGLASI
                                                                                  Trades - HVAC                                  5947      National                    AKOTML
                                                                                  Hobbies - Collectors                250                 5450      National                    ASDA
                                                                                  Food - Dairy Products
                                                        8200      City            Alumni                        90      Both        7336      International               AAOEAI
                                                                                  Arts - General                                           8000      State                       AAOPKC
                                                                                  Medicine - Pediatrics
                                                                  City                        AAOPA
                                    120                 740       International               AAOVACT
                                                                                  Animals - Veterinary                        6500    Companies 740         National                    AAOEP
                                                                                  Animals - Veterinary                                           8000      State                       AAOLNCLC
                                                                                  Health - General                                           8000      State                       AAOLNCLC
                                                                                  Health - General                                            8000      National                    ABOFP
                                                                                  Medicine - General                      600                 8641 3    National                    ACCA
                                                                                  Activism - Conservation               800     Both        5450 2    International               ACS
                                                                                  Food - Dairy Products
                                                        8000      State                       ACCKC
                                                                                  Medicine - Cardiology                                           8000      State                       ACOEPKC
                                                                                  Medicine - Emergency                                         8200                                  Colleges
                                                                                  Education -ACSKC   500     Companies 8711 4      State                       ACOECOK
                                                                                  Trades - Engineering                                        8399      State                       ADAKA
                                                                                  Diseases - Diabetes            3500    Individuals      4    International               AFA
                                                                                  Uncategorized              1000                272       National                    AHHS
                                                                                  Animals - Horses                  1650                272       National                    AHS
                                                                                  Animals - Horses                  700                 272       International               AHHA
                                                                                  Animals - Horses              120     Individuals 7261 2    International   Funeral     AIOCAI                      6200    Both        5180 4    National                    AIOWAF
                                                                                  Food - Beverages
                                            Individuals 8322      State                       ALK
                                                                                  Service Organizations - American Legion                                           8742      State                       AMALKC
                                                                                  Business - Marketing                    3500    Both        8100 18   National                     Enforcement
                                                                                  Legal - LawAPAPA                        934                 8000      State                       APTAKC
                                                                                  Medicine - Physical Therapy             70000   Both        8399 25   International               AQS
                                                                                  Arts and Crafts                  7300                272 14    National                    ASHA
                                                                                  Animals - Horses                                          5490 6                                ASHFA
                                                                                  Food - General                 450                 1000      National                    ASOMAR
                                                                                  Raw Materials - Mining                                  4724      Regional                    AACAVB
                                                                                  Travel and Tourism
                                                                     5490        City                       AWMA
                                                                                                 Food - General                                                        8740   32   National                    Management
                                                                                                 AssociationAMS                              150     Both        8611   1    Regional                   ACCOC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce
                                                                     8200        City            Alumni                          600     Companies 8611     5    Regional                   AA
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce                          188     Individuals 6531   1    Regional                    - Realtors
                                                                                                 Real EstateAABOR   280                 8231        National        Library    AALA                         91      Companies 7300     26   International              AI
                                                                                                 Business - General                                 700     Both        1500   10   Regional                   ABACKC
                                                                                                 Construction - Builders                                     51      Companies          1    International              ACIOA
                                                                                                 Uncategorized                                    700     Companies 8700     10   National                   AGCOK
                                                                                                 Trades - Construction                                      5800                3900        State                      AIOK
                                                                                                 Manufacturing                                    19      Individuals 8200   5    State                       Colleges
                                                                                                 Education -AOIKCAU                                     67                  8200   2    Regional                    General
                                                                                                 Education -AOPCAU                                                         7997   4    International              AORCI
                                                                                                 Sports - Racing                                2200    Both        8742   4    National        Safety     AOSDSO                                    45      Individuals 8661        National        Religious AOSOARB                               3600    Companies 5399          International   Retail     ARTA                                     54                  4119   2    National                   AORC
                                                                                                 Transportation - Automotive                                             8611        County                     BCCOC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce                                   Both        4724   6    International              BCTACC
                                                                                                 Travel and Tourism                                    50                  9190   48   City                       BRADD
                                                                                                 Government - States                                                  8611        County                     CCCOC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce                                      8611        County                     BLCCOC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce                          300     Both        8611   2    County                     BCCOC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce
                                                 287                 8611        State                      BCC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce                                                    8611        State                      BBBL
                                                                                                 Better Business Bureaus                                   1450                8611   11   Regional                   BBBOCAEK
                                                                                                 Better Business Bureaus                                1200    Both        8611   12   Regional                   BGACOC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce                                    23000   Individuals 8322   20   State                      BSOABGC
                                                                                                 Youth Organizations - Boy Scouts                          8611        County                     BCCOC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce                        8611        Regional                   BECCC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce
                                                 200                 8611        County                     BCCOC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce
                                                                     7389        State           Auctions BAWA                                                5400        National                   BTGCA
                                                                                                 Food - Growers                                                 8322   50   Regional                   CHONK
                                                                                                 Service Organizations - Easter Seals
                                                         Both        8743        County                     CNCCOC
                                                                                                 Chambers of Commerce                     3000   Both               2    International   UncategorizedCAOA               120    Both        8611   1    County                       CCCOC
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce
                                                         8611        State                        CCC
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                         2600   Individuals 270    3    International                CKCSCOA
                                                                                     Animals - Dogs
                                             Companies 8743          City                         CCCOC
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce          80                 8611        City                         CCCOC
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce
                                             Individuals 6531        Regional                      - Realtors
                                                                                     Real EstateCKAORI                                        8611        County                       CCUC
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                         50                 8231        National        Library      COOSLA                150                8200   10   National                     General
                                                                                     Education -CSPN          200                8611   2    County                       CCCOC
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                8611        State                        CL
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce   975    Individuals 8651        State                        CC
                                                                                     Political - General                         800    Individuals        9    International   UncategorizedCORCPD         8400   Individuals 8641   3    International                C
                                                                                     Clubs - Cars COA                                8200        National                     General
                                                                                     Education -CO1CPAC                       400    Both        8100   5    International                COLEAR
                                                                                     Legal - Services
                                      200    Individuals 8322        State                        CSBC
                                                                                     Transportation - General                              8611        County                       CCCOC
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                         65     Both        8748   26   Regional                     CVADD
                                                                                     Economic Development
                                      126    Individuals 6531   1    Regional                      - Realtors
                                                                                     Real EstateCVBOR           120    Both        8611        County                       CCCOC
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce          500                8611   3    County                       DCCOC
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                 8699   2    International                and Visitors Bureaus
                                                                                     Convention DCCAVB                                    8611        City                         DSCOC
                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                 3000               8000        National                     DARFD
                                                                                     Medicine - General                                              8322        National                     DAVA
                                                                                     Service Organizations - Veterans              8      Companies          2    International                DGTC
                                                                                     Agriculture - Councils                                                 City            Service Organizations - Easter Seals                                                 City            Service Organizations - Easter Seals                               8322         City                         ESDADCC
                                                                                     Service Organizations - Easter Seals                                            City            Service Organizations - Easter Seals                                                 City            Service Organizations - Easter Seals                                                 City            Service Organizations - Easter Seals                               8322         City                         ESWKAO
                                                                                     Service Organizations - Easter Seals                               8322         City                         ESWKAS
                                                                                     Service Organizations - Easter Seals                               8322         City                         ESWKCDC
                                                                                     Service Organizations - Easter Seals                 130    Both          6531   1    Regional                      - Realtors
                                                                                                Real EstateEKAOR                        353    Both          8611   1    County                       EMCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                           600    Both          8611   3    County                       ECCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                   700    Both          8742   2    National                     EMLF
                                                                                                Energy - General                                              8611        Regional                     ECC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                                      8611        County                       ECDA
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce
                                                                    8200        City            Alumni                       250    Both          8611   2    Regional                     FCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                   1050   Both          5490   6    International                FCSI
                                                                                                Food - General                                                 8651   10   City                         FFSC
                                                                                                Political - Conservative                                  125    Both          5399        Regional        Retail       GCRBA                            625                  8611        State                        FACC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce               115    Individuals   6531   1    Regional                      - Realtors
                                                                                                Real EstateFBORI                                                  8611        County                       FCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                                8200        State           Fraternity FOOEHA                                                    8740        International   AssociationFGLManagement                                450                  7261   7    State           Funeral      FDAOK                                                                    State           UncategorizedFPSPONJ                         85     Both        8611 1        County                       GCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                  500    Companies 8611 3          Regional                     GCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce
                                                                  8699          County                       GIOOC
                                                                                                Activism - Women                   450    Both        8611 3        County                       GCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                            60     Both        8611 1        City                         GRCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                             8611          County                       GCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                         160    Both        8611 4        City                         GACOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                         500    Individuals 8322 1        Regional                     GC4C
                                                                                                Youth Organizations - 4H                   250    Companies 8611 1          County                       GCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                          191                8611          City                         GCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                                8611          City                         GLCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                    55     Individuals 8399          State                        GLAODE
                                                                                                Diseases - Diabetes                                Individuals 6531          Regional                      - Realtors
                                                                                                Real EstateGLAOR                      2400               8611          City                         GLITMCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                  33                 8748 55       City                         GRADD
                                                                                                Economic Development                           40                 8611          County                       GCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                    150    Both        8611          County                       GCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                          5000   Individuals 8322 10       State                        HFHOML
                                                                                                Service Organizations - Habitat for Huma                                    National        UncategorizedHSROA         110                8611        County                       HCCOC
                                                                                    Chambers of Commerce
                                            Companies 8743          County                       HCCOC
                                                                                    Chambers of Commerce                                   4724   2    International                HCTC
                                                                                    Travel and Tourism
                                                        8611        State                        HCCC
                                                                                    Chambers of Commerce         500                7999        County                       HCHS
                                                                                    Historical - Historical Societies                  500                8611   5    City                         HHCCOC
                                                                                    Chambers of Commerce                  Individuals 6531        Regional                      - Realtors
                                                                                    Real EstateHABOR                                       7260   8    National        Memorial HCMF                230                8611        County                       HCCOC
                                                                                    Chambers of Commerce
                                     90                 8611        State                        HCC
                                                                                    Chambers of Commerce
                                     75                 8611        County                       HCCC
                                                                                    Chambers of Commerce                                            1500   4    State                        HBAOK
                                                                                    Construction - Builders
                                            Individuals 6531        County                        - Realtors
                                                                                    Real EstateHCCBOR               665    Both        8611   10   International                HCCOC
                                                                                    Chambers of Commerce                                                        National        UncategorizedHBAPA                              8740        National        AssociationHCIManagement
                                     500    Companies 6411          State           Insurance IIAOK                         3900   Both        5490 9      International                IAOCP
                                                                                    Food - General                                           8699        International   Employment   IAOPIES                        2730 2      International   Books        IBP                         5100               5490        International                IDIAA
                                                                                    Food - General                                   8699        State           Employment   KAOSS   3000   Individuals 8631 5      State           Labor Unions KAOSE                                           5093        State           Recycling KAATRA                        500    Companies 4119 6        State                        KADA
                                                                                    Transportation - Automotive                                         6021        State           Banking KBA                                               8100        State                        Associations
                                                                                    Legal - Bar KBA
                                            Individuals 6531 1      Regional                      - Realtors
                                                                                    Real EstateKBLBOR                                            5180        State                        KBWA
                                                                                    Food - Beverages                        560    Individuals 8621 1      State                        KSOA
                                                                                    Trades - Architecture                                            8741 1      State                        KSOAE
                                                                                    Business - Association Executives                        4800   Individuals 8721 14     State                        KSOCPA
                                                                                    Business - Accounting    1300   Individuals 8711 4      International                KSOPE
                                                                                    Trades - Engineering                                     5180        State                        KSDA
                                                                                    Food - Beverages                                           100         State                        KSA
                                                                                    Agriculture - General               2000   Companies 7300 20       International                ISA
                                                                                    Business - General                         4000               3900 18     International   ManufacturingITARA
WWW.IRFI.ORG                                     319    Individuals 8699   3    International                IRFII
                                                                                                Minority - Islamic
                                                                    8743        County                       JBCCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                     6500               4119        International                JCONA
                                                                                                Transportation - Automotive                             900                8611   4    Regional                     JCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                                     8322        City                         JLOO
                                                                                                Youth Organizations - Junior League                    400    Individuals 7999        Regional                     KCHS
                                                                                                Historical - Historical Societies                                     1100               8000   2    State                        KAOFP
                                                                                                Medicine - Physicians - Family                                    300    Individuals 8000        State                        KAOPA
                                                                                                Medicine - Physician Assistants                                     1450   Individuals 8100   8    State                        KAOTA
                                                                                                Legal - Services                                         8000        State                        KAFTAOM
                                                                                                Medicine - Physicians - Midwives                              600    Individuals 8699   2    State           Employment   KAFCATE                                                        9190        Regional                     KAFCA
                                                                                                Government - Community                                                       8322        State           Family       KAFMAFT                                                        9190   27   State                        KAOC
                                                                                                Government Counties                                                      8111        State                        KAOCDL
                                                                                                Legal - Lawyers                                     26     Companies 4939     17   State                        KAOEC
                                                                                                Energy - Utilities                                                       8000   9    State                        KAOHCF
                                                                                                Medicine - Healthcare                                                        6411        State           Insurance KAOHP                                     350                8700   4    State                        KAOHC
                                                                                                Trades - Construction                                     8000        State                        KAOHASFTA
                                                                                                Medicine - Aging                                                       8000        State                        KAONHASFTA
                                                                                                Medicine - Aging                                                       8000        State                        KAONA
                                                                                                Medicine - Nursing                                                      8700   8    National                     KAOPC
                                                                                                Trades - Construction                                                      6552        State           Land         KAOPS                                             Individuals 6531        State                         - Realtors
                                                                                                Real EstateKAOR                                                        8200   10   State                         Administration
                                                                                                Education -KAOSA                                     575    Both        8200   10   State                         Administration
                                                                                                Education -KAOSC                                              8200        State                         Educators
                                                                                                Education -KAOSSP                                                         4830        State                        KBA
                                                                                                Media - Broadcasting                                   290    Companies 1520     2    State                        KBMA
                                                                                                Construction - Building Industry                                  118                5065        State                        KCTA
                                                                                                Telecommunications                                                    219         State                        KCA
                                                                                                Animals - Livestock                                 7260   6    State           Memorial KCA                                                   8611   21   State                        KCOC
                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                        8000        State                        KCOTACOC
                                                                                                Medicine - Cardiology                      8611        State           Gambling KCGA
                                                                    8000   1    State                        KCS
                                                                                                Medicine - Chiropractors                                         5052   3    State      Energy - CoalKCA                           500    Individuals   8600   1    State                   KCTATDP
                                                                                    Membership Organizations                            25                   8699   3    Regional                KCW
                                                                                    Activism - Women                          600    Both          5400   2    State                   KCGA
                                                                                    Food - Growers                          2      Both          8748   2    State                   KCOADD
                                                                                    Economic Development                            1400                 8322        State                   KCA
                                                                                    Trades - Counseling                           102    Both          8100        County                  KCAA
                                                                                    Legal - Services                           120    Individuals   8100   3    County                  KCJA
                                                                                    Legal - Services                                           8100        State                   KCRA
                                                                                    Legal - Services                                       State      UncategorizedKCBA                           101    Companies 6021       10   State      Banking KCUL                           100    Companies 1741            State                   KCSA
                                                                                    Raw Materials - Rock and Stone                                               8020          State                   KDA
                                                                                    Medicine - Dentistry                      1400   Individuals 8010     1    State                   KDA
                                                                                    Medicine - Dietary                           8      Companies 5180            State                   KDA
                                                                                    Food - Beverages                                    Individuals 8200     50   State                   General
                                                                                    Education -KEA                                   8742          State      Safety       KESA                                         5699          State                   KFA
                                                                                    Trades - Fashion                                               191           State                   KFBF
                                                                                    Trades - Farming                               130    Companies 2048       1    State                   KFAGA
                                                                                    Animals - Feed and Grain   370    Companies 100             State                   KFAACA
                                                                                    Agriculture - General                                   Individuals 8699          Regional                K
                                                                                    Fire Fighters FA                            1100   Both        800      3    State      Forestry KFIA                                  Companies 2813       2    State                   KGA
                                                                                    Raw Materials - Gases            600                5399     4    State      Retail       KGAAKAOCS                         500    Individuals 7336     2    State                   KGOAAC
                                                                                    Arts - General                                               8000          State                   KHHA
                                                                                    Health - General                                             272           State                   KHBAPA
                                                                                    Animals - Horses                                               8000          State                   KHA
                                                                                    Medicine - General                                     8611          State      Hospitality KHAMA                            550                8748     2    State                   KIDC
                                                                                    Economic Development                       122    Individuals 8100     1    State                   KJA
                                                                                    Legal - Services                             1500   Individuals 7999          State                   KJHS
                                                                                    Historical - Historical Societies                             360    Companies 8600            State                   KLOC
                                                                                    Membership Organizations                        1600   Both        7336     3    State                   KLA
                                                                                    Arts - General           40     Individuals 219      3    Regional                KLAAA
                                                                                    Animals - Livestock                            570    Individuals 9190     2    State                   KMACA
                                                                                    Government - General                425                  6500   5    State                   - Housing
                                                                        Real EstateKMHI                                6500        State                   - Housing
                                                                        Real EstateKMA                                     8000   23   State                  KMA
                                                                        Medicine - General                                   8000        State                  KMESA
                                                                        Medicine - Equipment                300    Individuals   6500   2    State                   - Mortgage
                                                                        Real EstateKMBA                    550    Companies     4213        State                  KMTA
                                                                        Transportation - Trucking                                   4119        State                  KMABA
                                                                        Transportation - Motorcycle                                     782         State                  KNALA
                                                                        Hobbies - Gardening     2000   Individuals   8000   4    State                  KNA
                                                                        Medicine - Nursing             350    Both          8000        State                  KOTA
                                                                        Medicine - Therapy                                 8742        State                  KOAGA
                                                                        Energy - General              370    Individuals   8000   4    State                  KOA
                                                                        Medicine - Opthalmology                                     8000        State                  KOMA
                                                                        Medicine - Osteopathic                                     8100        State                  KPA
                                                                        Legal - Services                336    Companies     5172   4    State                  KPMA
                                                                        Energy - Petroleum
                            1700   Both          8000   4    State                  KPA
                                                                        Medicine - Pharmaceuticals                                         8000        State                  KPTA
                                                                        Medicine - Physical Therapy               80     Companies     8000   2    State                  KPMA
                                                                        Medicine - Podiatry           250    Both          250    1    State                  KPF
                                                                        Animals - Poultry             174    Companies     2711   13   State                  KPA
                                                                        Media - Press                        8000        State                  KPCA
                                                                        Medicine - Primary Care                                     8699        State                  K
                                                                        Fire Fighters PF                                1311        State                  KPGA
                                                                        Energy - Natural Gas             350    Individuals   8000   1    State                  KPMA
                                                                        Medicine - Psychiatry                 1010   Individuals   8000   3    State                  KPA
                                                                        Medicine - Psychology                                  8000   8    State                  KPHA
                                                                        Medicine - General               350    Both          272    1    State                  KQHA
                                                                        Animals - Horses                       Individuals   4900        State      Resources KRC                1000   Companies     5810   5    State                  KRA
                                                                        Food - Restaurant                                 5399        State      Retail      KRF               40                   8748   21   National               KRADD
                                                                        Economic Development                                     4941        State                  KRWA
                                                                        Resources - Water                 1500                 8742        State      Safety      KSC                                     8200        State                  General
                                                                        Education -KSBA                                    8700        State                  KSMCA
                                                                        Trades - Construction                      Companies     7300   50   State                  KSBDC
                                                                        Business - Small Business                400                  8000        State                  KSFRC
                                                                        Medicine - Pulmonary                                           55       Individuals 7380     1   International                KSA
                                                                                                                Business - Professionals                                                 1450                 8399         State                        KSA
                                                                                                                Disabilities - Deafness                                              110000   Individuals 8631         State           Labor        KSA                                             125      Companies 5065       1   State                        KTA
                                                                                                                Telecommunications - Telephone                                              1000     Both        272      6   International                KTA
                                                                                                                Animals - Horses                                                500      Both        4724     3   State                        KTC
                                                                                                                Travel and Tourism                                                  875      Individuals 740      1   State                        KVMA
                                                                                                                Animals - Veterinary                                               300      Companies 5000       3   State           Wholesale KAWA                                                                                    City            UncategorizedKAOKHAHS                                                           Individuals   6531       Regional                      - Realtors
                                                                                                                Real EstateLAOR                                         91       Both          8611   1   County                       KCCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                    165      Both          8611   1   County                       LCCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                                                        8651       State                        LOWVOK
                                                                                                                Political - Women Voters                                            240      Both          8611   3   Regional                     LMCCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                                            6500       City                          - Housing
                                                                                                                Real EstateLFHC                                                                  8322       City                         LRC
                                                                                                                Service Organizations - Rotary Club                                  190                    8611   1   County                       LCCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                          300      Both          8611   2   County                       LCCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                   270      Both          8611   2   County                       LCCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                                              8611   5   County                       LCTC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                      884      Both          8399   1   State                        LFOKI
                                                                                                                Diseases - Lupus
                                                              100                    8611       County                       LCCC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce
                                                                       Individuals   6531       County                        - Realtors
                                                                                                                Real EstateMCBOR
                                                                       Individuals   6531       County                        - Realtors
                                                                                                                Real EstateMHCBOR                                         600     Both          8611       County                       MCCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                        950     Individuals   7999       National                     MCHS
                                                                                                                Historical - Historical Societies                                                                             City            UncategorizedMVA                                          201                   8611       Regional                     MCCC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                         315     Both          8611   2   County                       MCCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                   8700       State                        MCAOK
                                                                                                                Trades - Construction                                        400                   8611   2   County                       MCCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                              Both          8611       County                       MCACOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                        77                    8611       County                       MCCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                         187     Both          8611   2   County                       MCACOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                                          Both          8399   2   State                        MHAOK
                                                                                                                Disabilities - Learning                                          185     Both          8611   1   City                         MCOC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce                                        230                   8611       State                        MCC
                                                                                                                Chambers of Commerce     300               8611 2        City                         MCOC
                                                                              Chambers of Commerce        130     Companies 5490          National                     MICAI
                                                                              Food - General                                        International   UncategorizedMAOAI   125                 8611        County                       MCCOC
                                                                              Chambers of Commerce       350     Both        8611   2    County                       MCCOC
                                                                              Chambers of Commerce    20      Companies 8611          City                         MCOC
                                                                              Chambers of Commerce    105                 8611        County                       MCCOC
                                                                              Chambers of Commerce     291     Both        8611   1    County                       MSCCOC
                                                                              Chambers of Commerce
                                                  8200        City            Alumni
                              150                 8611        State                        MCC
                                                                              Chambers of Commerce                                     8699        State                        MEPAOK
                                                                              Energy - Electricity                                8611   2    County                       MCCOC
                                                                              Chambers of Commerce                1600    Individuals 3999   6    National        Industrial NAOILM                 13190   Individuals        1    International   UncategorizedNAFFACE                                      8399        National                     NAODE
                                                                              Disabilities - General                 600     Companies 8699          National        Brokers      NAOELB                215                 9190   3    National                     NAOGDCA
                                                                              Government - General                 1800    Both        9190   3    International                NAOLGA
                                                                              Government - General                  1300    Companies 5490          National                     NAOPO
                                                                              Food - General                        Individuals 8322   1    State                        NAOSWKC
                                                                              Social Workers                170                 9190        National                     NAOSACAT
                                                                              Government - General                125     Both        8100   8    National                     NAOSBLA
                                                                              Legal - Services                 32      Individuals 9190        National                     NAOSCA
                                                                              Government - General                1300    Companies 7300     10   National                     NAOSCIO
                                                                              Business - General                1300    Companies 8699     11   National        Architecture NAOSCIO                 1000                            International   UncategorizedNAOSFA                 200     Individuals   8699 3    National        Employment   NAOSPE                                       9190      National                     NAOSPO
                                                                              Government - General                 1090                  5065      National                     NAOSTD
                                                                              Telecommunications                                       2730      National        Books        NAOSTA                                        9190 9    National                     NAOST
                                                                              Government - General             52                              National        UncategorizedNAOUPA                                                National        UncategorizedNCA                                    7336      National                     NCOAA
                                                                              Arts - General
                                                    8700      City                         NECALC
                                                                              Trades - Construction               380                   7380 5    National                     NEMA
                                                                              Business - Management
                                                    7300      National                     NFOIBKC
                                                                              Business - General                                                      58000    Individuals               National                    NHBAPAI
                                                                                                                     Uncategorized                                         200      Both          8641 6      National                    NIFAA
                                                                                                                     Activism - Conservation                                                      700      Both          8100 10     National                    NJDA
                                                                                                                     Legal - Corrections                                                                                          National                    NLGA
                                                                                                                     Uncategorized                                      60       Both        8732          National                    NNOSP
                                                                                                                     Business - Market Research                                              20000    Companies 6500 4          National        Real EstateNREIA                                               5500                 272 10        National                    NSHR
                                                                                                                     Animals - Horses                                                                Individuals 8322 15       National                    NSSOTAR
                                                                                                                     Social Organizations                                                 4000     Both        4724 45       International               NTA
                                                                                                                     Travel and Tourism                                                 52                                 National                    N
                                                                           Individuals   8322        City                        NCLC
                                                                                                                     Service Organizations - Lions Club   750                                National                    NS
                                                                                                                     Uncategorized                                                     280                 8200      1    National                    General
                                                                                                                     Education -NAPOCE                                                1900    Companies 8611        18   City                        NKCOC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce
                                                                  119     Both        8611           County                      OCCOC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                             150                 7336      1    Regional                    OVAL
                                                                                                                     Arts - General                                       400     Companies 8611        2    County                      OCCOC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                              40      Both        8611      4    City                        OHACOC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                                       245000  Individuals 8200      6    National        Fraternity ODKSI                                                                           8200           Regional        Fraternity ODKSPX
                                                                                      8200           City            Alumni                                                      100     Both        8621      1    International               OSRA
                                                                                                                     Science - Research                                                 900     Both        8611      5    County                      ODCCOC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce
                                                                  50      Both        8611           County                      OCCOC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                            900     Both        8611      7    City                        PACOC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                                    145000              8200           International   Fraternity PGD
                                                                                      8611           Regional                    PCCC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                                   200     Both        8611           County                      PCTC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                                     125     Both        8611      1    County                      PCCOC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                                             Companies 1611        3    State           Asphalt     PAIOK                                               1500                8200           National                    General
                                                                                                                     Education -PHEAWA                                              2500000             8322      12   International               PHP
                                                                                                                     Service Organizations - Hunger                                               400000              8661           National        Religious PW
                                                                  200                 8611           County                      PCCC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce                                             1200    Individuals 7997      6    International               PCS
                                                                                                                     Sports - Equipment                                                                            7997           State                       PGAOAK
                                                                                                                     Sports - Golf                                                               8611           State                       RCC
                                                                                                                     Chambers of Commerce
                                                                                                8699       City                         PGMSGCB
                                                                                                                           Trades - General                                                           320       Individuals   6411   3   State           Insurance PIAOK
                                                                                                8611       Regional                     RCC
                                                                                                                           Chambers of Commerce                                                              225     Companies 4119       2   National                     RSSI
                                                                                                                           Transportation - Train                                                                         5399       International   Retail       RPA                                                                                 272        Regional                     RMHA
                                                                                                                           Animals - Horses
                                                                          30                    5180   1   National                     RCBA
                                                                                                                           Food - Beverages                                                         600     Both          8641       International                RC
                                                                                                                           Clubs - General                                                                          7310       State                        SK
                                                                                                                           Business - Advertising
                                                                          45                    8611       State                        SCC
                                                                                                                           Chambers of Commerce
                                                                                                8611       State                        SCC
                                                                                                                           Chambers of Commerce                                                                           4724       County                       SCTACC
                                                                                                                           Travel and Tourism                                                             500     Individuals 8742         Regional                     SFHRMLC
                                                                                                                           Human Resources                                                        2000    Companies 5963       3   National                     SFFM
                                                                                                                           Food - Service                                              1450                  7999       National                     SFFHS
                                                                                                                           Historical - General                                                                                  8742       State                        SHRMBC
                                                                                                                           Human Resources                                                                      8742       State                        SHRMCKC
                                                                                                                           Human Resources                                                            190000 Individuals 8742          National                     SHRMEC
                                                                                                                           Human Resources                                                                  8742       National                     SHRMFRC
                                                                                                                           Human Resources                                                                                   8742       National                     SHRMOC
                                                                                                                           Human Resources                                                            23      Individuals 8742         State                        SFHRMSKC
                                                                                                                           Human Resources                                                                                  8742       State                        SHRMWKC
                                                                                                                           Human Resources                                                                                  8000       State                        SODOOK
                                                                                                                           Medicine - Opthalmology                                                        700     Both          8611   2   County                       SCCOC
                                                                                                                           Chambers of Commerce                                                                                    8100       Regional                      Enforcement
                                                                                                                           Legal - LawSCJA
                                                                                                8611       State                        SCC
                                                                                                                           Chambers of Commerce
                                                                          70                    8611       County                       TCCC
                                                                                                                           Chambers of Commerce                                                             1000    Companies 5065       9   International                TAFCTPIHE
                                                                                                                           Telecommunications                                                                                     9190       National                     TCOSG
                                                                                                                           Government - States
                                                                          1300    Individuals 272   2   National                     TCOA
                                                                                                                           Animals - Horses                                                              3000    Individuals 279      6   National                     TOABA
                                                                                                                           Animals - Breeding
                                                                          60                    8611       County                       TCCC
                                                                                                                           Chambers of Commerce
                                                                          100                   8611       Regional                     TCCC
                                                                                                                           Chambers of Commerce                                                              85000   Individuals 5941     100 National        Sports       UEF
                                                                                                8200       City            Alumni                                                      6000    Individuals 8641     3   National                     USAA
                                                                                                                           Military - General                                                                                               National        UncategorizedUSDF                                      7997        National              USOATAFK
                                                                          Sports - General               3500    Individuals   7997   8    National              USPA
                                                                          Sports - Other             500                   8641   26   Regional              USPCVR
                                                                          Clubs - Animals             12000   Individuals   270    18   National              USPCI
                                                                          Animals - Dogs                                          8322        County                UWONK
                                                                          Service Organizations - United Way                         Individuals   8322   25   Regional              UWOTB
                                                                          Service Organizations - United Way
                                                   8200        City       Alumni
                                                   8200        City       Alumni   310                   8611        County                VCCC
                                                                          Chambers of Commerce
                             50                    8611        State                 WPCC
                                                                          Chambers of Commerce
                                                   8200        City       Alumni
                                                   8200        City       Alumni
                                                   8200        City       Alumni
                                                   8200        City       Alumni
                                                   8200        City       Alumni
                                                   8200        City       Alumni
                             86                    8611        State                 WCC
                                                                          Chambers of Commerce        210                   8611        County                WCCC
                                                                          Chambers of Commerce         400     Both          8611   2    County                WCCOC
                                                                          Chambers of Commerce                           5000        State      Wholesale WASWOK           2300                  5810   5    National              WCAR
                                                                          Food - Restaurant                         8611        Regional              WCCC
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International Doctors in Alcoholics Anonymous--Newsletter

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           Kentucky Pediatrics (2/year)    The Kentucky Pediatric Society's (KPS) mission statement mirrors that of the American Academy of Pediatrics. We are co

annual meeting                             Veterinarians specializing in toxicology and others interested in veterinary comparative toxicology.
                                 1954      The American Association of Equine year
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                                           The American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants promotes the professional advancement of registered nurses cons
                                           The American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants promotes the professional advancement of registered nurses cons
                                           The American Board of Family Practice's objective is to encourage excellence in medical care and believes that its certifie
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           No Foot No Certification programsThe farriers
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Annual Convention - January       1891       The incorporation of the American Hackney Horse Society took place early in 1891. The idea occurred to owners of Hackn
Annual Meeting                    1978       The American Hanoverian Society (AHS) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to breeding and promoting Hanoverian hors
Annual Meeting - February         1998       The purposes of the American Holsteiner Horse Association, Inc. are: To establish, maintain, and operate a non-profit ass
           Milestone (Periodic) 1951
annual conference; annual meeting            The American Institute of Commemorative Art (AICA) is an association of memorial designers and craftsmen from through
           American Wine and Food wine auction and gala that benefits educational programming. Every October, The AIWF hosts Days of Taste a children's nutrition
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                                          The Louisville Chapter of the American Marketing Association is comprised of marketing professionals from a variety of co
          Perspectives Institute 1972     The American Probation and Parole Association is an international association composed of individuals from the United S
Summer Annual Training(4/year) Winter Annual Traning Institute
          KPTA Newsletter (12/year)
CONFERENCE, Forum                1935     The first physical therapist arrived in Kentucky in 1935. Within the next few years Mary McDonnell was joined by 15 of her
           quilting shows and    1984      April in Paducah, Kentucky. Each August in Nashville, s quilter. Inspired by the enduring creativity and importance of quilt
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                                 1891     The purposes for which the Lexington, Kentucky. For more information contact ASHA, interest in and
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             We plan and manage more than a 1997 and Insights (4/year)
                       Chamber Connection (12/year)
                                            1905        We are
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                                                 with       Founded in 1980, the Asian/Pacific Librarians
             Annual Conference, in conjunction1980 American Library Association Annual conference. Association (APALA) was incorporated in Illinois in 1981 and formally affiliat
             Annual Board Meeting, Seminars 1919            Vision The Asphalt Institute will promote the use of petroleum asphalt/bitumen and will continue to be the preeminent cent
                        Conference - In the fall1973
                                                  of        Associated Builders & Contractors is the only national construction trade association devoted exclusively to promoting and
             Leadership Merit Shop News (52/year)each year; Legislative Conference - Held each spring in Washington,D.C. Chairman's Installation & Awards Banquet - Annually in
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                                                 Industries The Associated Cooperage
             Annual meeting held in Cooperage 1934
                        Competitive Edge (52/year)
                                                1919        Established in 1919, the AGC of Kentucky is Golf service
             Annual Banquet and Build Kentucky Awards Annual Golf Classic AGC/EKU Annual Charity a full Outing construction association representing a qualified membership o
                                                1911        the General Industry, Industry of the Year Awards Luncheon, Record keeping Seminar
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             Semiannual meeting.                1954        The Association supports Kentucky's regionally accredited, non tax-supported, non-profit colleges and universities in the a
             annual Presidents                  1983        The Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities exists to enhance and strengthen the mission of the schools, co
                                                            The RCI Rules and extends our appreciation to the following
Data, License and Rulings Data Specifications, Brochure, RCI Modelsalutes of Racing, RCI/NAPRA Joint Model Rules of Racing Organizations who have demonstrated the leadersh
                        ASDSO E-Newsletter (12/year) ASDSO is a national non-profit organization of state and federal dam safety regulators, dam owners and operators, engine
             Annual Conference--Fall, Seminars  1984
                                                            ASARB--the Association of Statisticians
             Annual meetings scheduled for: Louisville, October 4-5, 2005; Nashville, October 2006of American Religious Bodies--brings together statisticians and researchers who c
             ARTA's Fall Conference in Europe1963           Founded in 1963, the Association of Retail Travel Agents is the largest nonprofit association in North America that represe
             annual meeting                     1965        The AORC was founded in 1965 as the American Seat Belt council to assist in establishing uniform production and quality
                                                1923        To promote and serve Nelson County commerce, recognizing the diversity and common interests of the membership; serv
                                                            Nelson County encompasses the best in historic preservation and charm, while at the same time invoking an environment
                                                1968        Elected officers and Officials Directory from a
             BRADD Board of Directors; BRADD Annual Meeting;BRADD Localcommunity leaders biennial10-county area serving as a council of governments for regional planning e
                                                            To promote Industry, Tourism and Retail growth and development through education and community involvement.

                       monthly Chamber of Commerce Meeting where we have lunch Commerce a speaker.
                                           2003        The
             We have a Chamber Monthly Newsletter (12/year) Bell County Chamber of and listen tois a non-profit agency with a primary mission of economic and tourism developm

                                                           Better Business Bureaus are private non-profit organizations supported largely by membership dues paid by business and
                                             1957          The Better Business Bureau of Central & Eastern Kentucky, Inc.: Works through its mission to promote ethics in the mark
                       Chamber Connection (9/year)
             Coffee Hour and Business After Hours          The Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce is the driving force for one of America's premier business communities.
                       Polaris (4/year)                    The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime

                                                           To Support and promote Bullitt County business, by providing opportunities to network, mentor and give back to the comm

                                                1941       Our Mission is to administer the price support program for the burley tobacco (type 31) in the states of Kentucky, Ohio, Ind
                                                1923       Cardinal Hill is a member of the Kentucky Easter Seals and has been helping individuals with disabilities and special need
           Learning Weekends Education Series Carriage Association of America (CAA) was founded in 1960 and is the oldest and largest international organization d
ConferenceCAA Newsletter (6/year)        The
          Carroll County Chamber News (12/year)
annual banquet monthly membership meeting Golf Scramble

          Bulletin (3/year)      Fun      Breeders and owners of the Cavalier King Charles spaniel, a breed of toy spaniel that has four recognized colors: the Blen
Annual Meetings, Board Meetings,1956 Matches, Point Shows, Specialty shows
                                          Promotes business in the Cave City area.

                                   1945   The Chamber of Commerce of Ulster County is a not-for-profit membership corporation that provides services and advoca
                                          COSLA is an independent organization of the chief officers of state and territorial agencies designated as the state library
                                          One of the greatest financial concerns of most American families is will I be able to afford a college education for my child
          Chamber meeting third1957
                                 Tuesday of each month atColumbia/Adair County, nestled in the heart of four major lakes and home of Lindsey WilsonCollege and M
monthly Membership Insights (12/year)     To ensure that 11:45 a.m., Monthly Board meeting second Tuesday of each month at 12:00 noon

           Bluegrass Seeds (2/year)1970        To promote
Annual members meeting and bi-monthly board meetings.good citizenship and to advocate open, honest, and accessible government, in Kentucky, in affiliation with Com
           CRCPD on Radiation 1968 NationalConference of Radiation Control Program Directors, Inc. (CRCPD) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit professional organization w
National ConferenceNewsbrief (6/year)          The Radon Conference
Auto Shows CORVETTE CAPERS (4/year)1989        The Corvette Club of America is dedicated to preserving America's Sports Car, the Chevrolet Corvette!! Inside you will find
                                               ARD is the acronym for the Association of Research Directors, Inc. Before there was a change of title from Research Coo
           CLEAR News Online (4/year)
                                   1980        The Council on (NCIT) Program, Board and Regulation (CLEAR) is the premier international resource for professional reg
Conference, National Certified Investigator/Inspector Training Licensure, Enforcement Member Training, Regulatory Leadership Development Training Program
meetings held quarterly                        Cincinnati, OH residents who are interested in maintaining adequate lighting and the U.S. flag on the suspension bridge.
                                               The Chamber of Commerce is an organization through which volunteers of our community work effectively to make Burke
                                               The periodically
monthly board meetings; planning group meetings Cumberland Valley ADD (CVADD) is a regional planning and development organization working with eight counties in
                                   Tuesday ofTo bring all those engaged in the business of realt estate together andmonth. the public in an ethical and professional m
Board of Directors meeting the 1st 1998         each month. General Membership meeting the 2nd Tuesday of each to serve
                                               To encourage, foster and stimulate, through creative leadership, the quality of life and economic well being of the commun
           Yes, 12/year
quarterly Small Business Roundtable - Danville, Kentucky, United States.
                                               The Danville-Boyle County Convention & Visitors Bureau is the marketing agency for tourism in the Danville-Boyle County

                                1977        To offer encouragement and mutual support to those who suffer from depression by providing means for contact between
DAV Airshows, National Convention           Formed in 1920 and chartered by Congress in 1932, the million-member DAV is the official voice of America's service-con
Annual symposium each May in Louisville, Ky.In 1996, the Board of Directors of the former, Distillers Feed Research Council (DFRC), made the decision to modify the b
                                            Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more th
                                            Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more th
                                            Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more th
                                            Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more th
                                            Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more th
                                            Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more th
                                            Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more th
                                            Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more th
                                            Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more th
          The Real Side (9/year) 1979
          Chamber Info (4/year) 1986
3rd Tuesday of each month                    The mission statement for the Edmonton-Metcalfe County Chamber of Commerce is to promote pride and progress in Me
                                 1941        To actively represent the members of the Elizabethtown-Hardin County Chamber of Day Expo
Kentucky Heartland Festival; Monthly Luncheon Meetings; Small Business is Big Business in Hardin County Expo; Good NeighborCommerce. To strive to create a posit
          EMLF News (Periodic) 1980           Workshops a Energy Law; Kentucky Mineral Law Conference
Annual Energy & Mineral Law Institute; WinterThe EMLF isonnon-profit educational organization with members in over 30 states, whose purpose is to provide informatio

                                              The legendary scenic beauty of Estill County is largely embodied in the Daniel Boone National Forest. When you visit Estil

           Yes, 6/year             1958     The mission of
Quarterly meetings for members, plus Business After Hours. the Fleming County Chamber of Commerce is to promote and encourage the entire business environment
           The Forum (12/year) 1979
Annual Conference                           FCSI's mission is to promote professionalism in foodservice and hospitality consulting while returning maximum benefits to
annual meeting (exhibits) - always 1966     Acts as forum for evangelical Christianity within the United Methodist church. Seeks to return Methodism to a more conser
           GCRBA Newsletter (12/year)       The
monthly meeting - first Wednesday of the month mission of the Greater Cincinnati Retail Bakers Association is to improve the operation and profitability of retail bakeri

           Yes, 52/year        1951
           The Chamber Report (12/year)

                                  1969        FSA Group specializes in association management, conference planning, communications, graphic design, web developm

                                             The Future Problem Solving Program (FPSP) engages students in creative problem solving. Founded by creativity pionee
                                  1966       The mission of the
The Board of Directors meets the third Thursday of every month. Garrard County Chamber of Commerce is to provide all means possible to aid the business and educa
          The Lamp Post (12/year) 1959       Creating opportunities for member/community success

           Glasgow-Barren Co. Chamber of of each month at 7am
                                              Mission Statement: Working Together...Building A Better Community
Board of Directors meeting the first ThursdayCommerce Newsletter (9/year)
           Our Town (12/year)      1977
annual conference.
           Yes, - always                      The mission
Monthly meeting 12/year second Tuesday of the month. of the Grayson Area Chamber of Commerce is to represent the business interests of its members and promo
           4-H News Camp,monthly club meetings projects for everyone; if you can imagine it, you can do it! There are also many activities 4-Hers can participate in
Teen Conference,4-H (9/year)       1903       4-H has
                                   1935       Our motto is “Come Grow with Grayson County” and it’s more than just a motto, it’s a testa
                                   1950       To create an environment in which area businesses are provided every opportunity to grow and prosper, while preserving

                                           GLADE is a multi-disciplinary group whose mission is dedicated to advancing the role of the diabetes educator and improv
           Kentucky Diabetes Connection (4/year)

          INK (12/year)           1950      Greater Louisville Inc. is dedicated to helping transform Louisville from a nice, average city into one of America's hot spots
                                  1969      The
monthly meeting - 2nd Wednesday of each month mission of the Green River Area Development District (GRADD) is to afford local governments and citizens a regiona
                                            The mission of the Chamber is to encourage and promote economic well being, quality growth and community developme
          Yes, 12/year                      The
The Kentucky Deer Classic; Derby Day Festival mission of Greenville-Muhlenberg County Chamber of Commerce is to create, enhance, and promote the economic e
          Yes, 4/year             1985      Habitat for Humanity see our web page at houses in partnership
HFH's board of directors and 10 committees meet monthly. Please builds simple, decent with God's people in need. Habitat sells the houses at no
                                  1971      The Half Saddlebred Registry of America was founded in 1971 by Roberta Nye Busch, who perceived a need for a recordi
                                 1971       The Hancock County Chamber month annual Farm City Dinner - purpose of advancing the commercial, industrial,
monthly breakfast - except February and June; always second Tuesday of theof Commerce is organized for the always February annual meeting - always June. civic, a
                                            Promoting business in the Harlan County area.
                                 1979       Founded in 1774, Harrodsburg was the first permanent English settlement west of the Allegheny Mountains. Located in th

          Yes, 4/year             1785       The society is comprised of over 500 members nationwide and meets quarterly at theHart County Historical Museum on th
Annual events include theSpotlight (12/year) Agriculture Appreciation Breakfast, Golf Scramble, Day at the Races, etc. IN HENDERSON COUNTY

          Ashland Newsletter (4/year)         Henry and Lucretia Clay had a home at Ashland from around 1806 until 1852. At first it was their country home while they
Networking dinners 3 times per year           The Henry County Chamber of Commerce, Inc.'s mission shall be to promote pride and progress in Henry County through

                                           Village State Park Association of Kentucky
HBAK Summer Board Meeting Kentucky DamThe Home BuildersGilbertsville, July 10-13th offers a variety of services for the members of the Association.
                                          The mission of the Hopkinsville-Christian County Board of REALTORS is to serve its REALTOR and Affiliate members thr
          Chamber Connection (12/year)
annual meeting ? bimonthly meeting.       Promotes business and community development in Christian County, KY.
                                 1940     Today there are over forty-thousand (58,000) owner and trainer members throughout the United States and Canada focus
                                 1972     Host Communications, Inc. (HOST) specializes in managing all aspects of both national and international associations from
          Agent's                1896
Annual convention Digest (26/year)        The mission of the Independent Insurance AGents of Kentucky, working in the public's best interest, is to be an unrelentin
          IACP Food Forum (4/year)
Annual Conference Culinary Experience     IACP is a not-for-profit professional association that provides continuing education and development for its members who
                                          IAPES helps you meet the needs of your customers. IAPES is a nonprofit educational association representing 17,000 pro
          Yes, 2/year            1966     The International Book Project is a non-profit organization --now in its 39th year -- that distributes books to virtually any loc
Annual Meeting                            Dedicated to Providing Support, Fellowship, and Resources for Recovering Health Professionals Worldwide
                                          Consider and deal by all lawful means with legal, legislative, and regulatory issues affecting staffing services operating in t
          The Bulletin (4/year) 1981      KASE/AFT is proud to be the only full service advocacy organization currently available for professional state employees.
                                 2000     The Kentucky Automotive and Truck Recyclers Association consist of over 100 facilities who's purpose is to collect or purc
          KADA News (26/year) 1938        Services to members such as automotive five Board of out informative newsletters and
We have an annual convention. We have 9 district meetings each October and we have forms, mailingDirectors Meetings each year. offering automotive workshops. W
                                          The purpose of the Kentucky Bankers Association is to provide effective advocacy for the financial services industry both i
                                 1871     The Kentucky Bar Association is an independent agency of the Supreme Court of Kentucky. Its authority to regulate the le

                                        KBWA's mission is to provide leadership and service for our members through a favorable economic, social and legislative
Annual Convention & Trade Fair - Fall   AIA Kentucky and the local AIA chapters are dedicated to: Uniting in fellowship the Architects of Kentucky and combining t
          KSAE News (12/year)           Purposes of KSAE
Monthly Membersip Meeting, November Membership Meeting, To foster better understanding and fellowship among association managers and staff executives To im
          The Kentucky CPA (12/year)    We promote adherence to high professional and ethical standards and represent the interests of the profession and prom
          Kentucky April of each year.
Annual Convention inEngineer (Periodic) The mission of KSPE is to promote the ethical, competent, and licensed practice of engineering, and to enhance the profe
                                 1917   The Kentucky Soft Drink Association (KSDA) is the trade association for Kentucky's Soft Drink Industry, serving the public
Kentucky Commodity Conference           The Kentucky Soybean Promotion Board and the Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition are currently working on similar program
                                 1991   ISPA is recognized worldwide as the professional association and voice of the spa industry, representing more than 2,000
Conferences                             TIA is an international association representing all segments of the tire industry, including those that manufacture, repair, r
            'AALLIM (4/year)      1988       Promoting understanding FUTURE YEARS with the cooperation of other knowledge. Establishing scholarships and highe
International Conferences held in Chicago in May 1995 and to be held inof the Qur'an and Sunnah in the light of modern organizations or Sponsors.

Annual General Meeting                        Jaguar clubs in U.S., Canada, and Mexico representing a combined membership of 6500. Works to: foster and encourage
           The business expo, 1963
annual meeting,Element (6/year)Gaslight Festival.
                                  1937        Since 1937, a group of women who formed what was originally known as the Cotillion Club have been working to ensure t
           The Bulletin Day - each spring at Northern Kentuckythe Kenton campus. Monthly membership has over 400 members. The mission of the Kenton County Hi
Annual Regional History(6/year) 1977          Founded in 1977, University County Historical Society now meetings - open to public.
                                  1947        The mission of the American Academy August, Physicians is to promote excellence in health care andthe betterment of
Annual KAFP Scientific Assembly - Meeting - always May; Quarterly Seminar - March,of Family November 3 Quarterly Meetings
           KAPA Newsletter each year
Annual Conference - October(4/year)           The purpose of the Kentucky Academy of Physician Assistants is to enhance public awareness and access to quality, cos
           The convention held each year in September thedifferent locations. of Trial Attorneys are attorneys dedicated to protecting the health and safety of Kentuck
Annual two-day Advocate (6/year)              embers of at Kentucky Academy
                                  1989        The Kentucky Alliance Board Meeting
ICAN (International Cesarean Awareness Network, Monthly Meeting, for the Advancement of Midwifery (KAAM), founded in 1989, is a non-profit, grassroots organization
                                              professional association for 16-19, 2006, Louisville, Ky.
Annual Statewide Career and Technical Education Summer Program, Julycareer and technical (formerly vocatational) education. provides member benefits, professiona
                                              Kentucky Association for Community Action represents the twenty-three community action agencies that provide social se
Annual Conference                             The Kentucky Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (KAMFT) is a division of the American Association for Marriag
           County is held in the 1974         The
An annual meeting Line (6/year) fall of each year. Kentucky Association of Counties (KACo) is dedicated to serving all Kentucky counties by providing the highest qualit

                                   1946      The Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives provides several services for the 24 local, consumer-owned electric dis
                                   1954      Established in 1954, the Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities (KAHCF) is the trade association that represents n
                                             As the voice for health plans in Kentucky, the Association seeks to increase public awareness about plans' services, efficie
          Kentucky Association Of Highway Contractors Director Meetings Committee meeting as re
                                             KAHC is of (52/year)
Annual convention usually in February Quarterly Board a full service organization to the highway construction industry in Kentucky.
                                  1977       The Kentucky Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (KAHSA) was founded in 1977. The association represen
Trade Show, Annual Meeting        1977       The Kentucky Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (KAHSA) was founded in 1977. The association represen
Annual Meeting                    1906       Established in 1906, (KNA) is the only full-service professional organization for the state's entire nurse population. In addit
                                  1883       The mission of the Expo, Annual Meeting
State Convention in February of every year, Annual Convention &Kentucky Association of Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors is to represent the business and profes

                                          The Kentucky Association of REALTORS exists to support and enhance the ability of local Board members to succeed in
           Hotline (9/year)        1969   KASA, founded in 1969, is the unified professional organization representing more than 2,500 educational leaders across
Annual Fall Conference             1992   The Kentucky Association of School Councils is a non-profit membership organization formed in 1992 to help school coun
                                   1957   The Kentucky Association of Secondary School Principals (KASSP) began functioning as a statewide organization with ele
                                          The Kentucky Broadcasters Association (KBA) unites public and commercial radio and television stations across the state
          The Buzz (12/year)
Annual Convention, Golf Outing, 1905      The Kentucky Building Materials Association (KBMA), whose office is located in Louisville, is an organization made up of 1
                                          The Kentucky Cable Telecommunications Association (KCTA) consists of 118 member cable systems serving more than
                                          sociation is the catalyst for the state?s multi-billion dollar beef industry. This non-profit organization serves as both the trad
                                          The Kentucky Cemetery Association is a professional organization whose purpose is to promote fellowship among Cemet
          Chamber Direct Weekly (52/year) Founded in 1946 as a voice for business in the political arena, today the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is the largest, b

                                           The Office of Charitable Gaming was created to provide a regulatory framework allowing charitable gaming to thrive as a v
          Yes, 12/year          1975       The Kentucky Chiropractic Society is a
Annual convention yearly September or October. Board of Directors meets bimonthly professional organization whose purpose is to support and promote the healing pro
                       Yes, Golf Tournaments, Awards Luncheons of the Kentucky Coal Association is to provide effective leadership for the coal industry and ultimately to enha
            Annual Meeting, 52/year           1947       The Mission
            Monthly chapter meetings          1976       The Coalition began forming after the Supreme Court ruled in the Gregg decision in 1976 that the new Georgia statute me
                                              1964       Works to improve the status of the women of Kentucky, educates the public about problems and issues pertaining to wom
                       Kentucky Conference 1982
                                              (6/year) The Kentucky Corn
            Kentucky CommodityCorn Review(Annual Meeting) in January Growers Association collects and allocates check-off funds to promote corn use, educate members an
                                              1972       Area Development Districts in Kentucky have been in existence over thirty-five years. Conceptually, they grew out of the e
                       KCA News (4/year)                 The mission of the Kentucky Counseling Association (KCA) is to represent professional sc counselors and promote ethica
                                                         The Kentucky County Attorneys Association, Inc. has a three-fold purpose: To promote cooperation among Kentucky?s co
                       The Kentucky Week of1982February; Joint Summer County Judge/Executive Association was formed in 1980. It was incorporated as a non-profit corporation in
                                                         The (4/year)
            Winter Conference - First County Judge/Executive Kentucky Convention - July
                                              1964       It is the crusade of the KCBA to increase awareness of the history of these spans to preserve their heritage for all generat
                       By The Way (12/year) 1934
            Annual Meeting & Convention                  The KENTUCKY CREDIT UNION LEAGUE (KCUL) is a Louisville, Kentucky, based statewide trade association offering a
                                                         The non-profit organization promotes quality within the aggregates industry throughout the commonwealth of Kentucky, wh
            The KENTUCKY MEETING
                       Yes, 4/year            1971       The American Dietetic Association is the advocate of the dietetics profession serving the public through the promotion of o
                                              1882       Learn about Kentucky Bourbon and Tennessee Whiskey. The history and making of bourbon, distillery tours, recipes, trav
                       KEA News (6/year)      1857       The president's call at other times Board of Directors, generally organization for public school employees as well as stude
            Delegate Assembly, annually in April and upon the Kentucky Education Association is a voluntary membership monthly
                                                         KESA is a not-for-profit fund that has been writing workers' compensation coverage for Kentucky employers for 25 years.
                                                         KFA is a joint state affiliate of the International Fabricare Association. KFA keeps an experience lobbyist team in place at t
                                                         Farm Bureau is a voluntary organization of farm families and their allies dedicated to serving as the voice of agriculture by
                       MEMBERGRAM MARCH,                 The Kentucky Feed JULY, Association is recognized as the spokesman for the feed and grain industry in Kentucky. Our
            KFGA ANNUAL MEETING - (4/year) 2006 SUMMER MEETING -& Grain2006
                                              1962       The KFACA was formed in 1962 as the Kentucky Plant Food Council and over the years has established itself as a strong

                       Yes, 12/year
           KFIA Annual Membership Meeting1965            Kentucky is
                                             Kentucky Wood Expo blessed with an abundance of natural resources, including 12.7 million acres of forest land. There has always
                       KGA Newsletter (4/year)
                       Grocer's By-Word Talks'
           Annual Convention and 'Trade(12/year)
                       The Guild Record (4/year)         The Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen (KGAC) is a dynamic membership organization comprised of the finest artist
                       Kentucky Meeting, Conference & The Kentucky Home Health Association is a trade association serving Kentucky's home health care industry. The KHHA is
           KHHA CE CommitteeHome Health Association (12/year)
                                             1940        The HBPA, established in 1940, is an organization of Owners and Trainers, approximately 40,000 nationally in 23 states a
                                                         KHA's mission is to become an association that represents and serves hospitals, related health care organizations and int
           Seminars                          1930        Founded in 1930, the Kentucky Hotel and Lodging Association is a voluntary non profit organization made up of business
                       Yes, 12/year          1967        The Kentucky Industrial Development Council is a nonprofit membership association
           Spring Conference, Summer Conference, Annual Conference and Economic Development Leadership Awards, Meeting, Summit founded in 1967 to promote econom
                       The Turn Key (Periodic)
                                             1976        The in June of each of constitutionally elected County Jailers of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
           Four (4) day Annual Jail Improvement Conference KJA is made up year Two (2) day Annual Fall Confer
                       The and Annual Convention
           Regional RalliesTimeline (3/year)             The Kentucky Junior Historical Society (KJHS) is an outreach program of the Kentucky Historical Society that encourages
Foundation Civic Index                                   he Kentucky League of Cities is a membership organization of over 360 cities based in Lexington, KY with satellite offices
           Conferences Libraries (4/year) 1917           The Mission of the Kentucky Library Association (KLA) is to provide leadership for the development, promotion and improv
                       Yes, Periodic                     Non in Louisville Fairgrounds in November Sponsors owners
           Sponsors North American Llama and Alpaca Showprofit group for the education of llama and alpaca public educational llama show each May in Georgetown KY.
                       KMCA Update (4/year)1952          The purpose of this organization is to
           annual meeting - spring; annual meeting, in conjunction with the KCJEA - summer promote active interest in good government and civic affairs; to encourage a closer r
                                             The manufactured courses throughout provider
Annual Conference in July, quarterly board meetings, educationalhousing industry is a the year. of safe, affordable, and comfortable housing for Kentuckians of all ages,
                                  1976       The Kentucky Marina Association, since its inception in 1976, has gained recognition throughout the State of Kentucky a s
          Yes, EXHIBITORS
Annual Meeting, 4/year

            Kentucky 3 & 4         1994       The
Trade Show October Mortgaga Press (Periodic) Kentucky Mortgage Brokers Association is a group of more than 300 mortgage brokers and professional affiliates. We
            Kentucky Covington, KY June       To promote the trucking industry Golf Classic, Polo Field's Golf and the general public, customers
Marriott RiverCenter, Trucker (26/year) 12-14, 2005; August 22, 2005 KMTA by educating governmental entities,Country Club, Louisville, KY and related industry gr
            On the Road (4/year) 1982         The Kentucky Motorcycle Association / K.B.A. was formed for the express purpose of and dedicated to protecting the right
Symposium and Trade Show, Conference          The KNLA began in 1926 and we're proud to have grown today to over 300 member firms. Our primary goal as a network
            The Kentucky Nurse (4/year)
Annual Convention                  1906       Established in 1906, (KNA) is the only full-service professional organization for the state's entire nurse population. In addit
            KOTA Newsletter        1947
Annual conference in the fall (4/year)        KOTA, a nonprofit organization formed in 1947, supports occupational therapy in Kentucky based on the concerns of its pr
                                              he Kentucky Oil & Gas Association was formed 71 years ago to represent the interests of Kentucky's crude oil and natural
            KOA News and Views (4/year)       KOA's mission is to promote, advance and insure the viability of the practice of optometry for the benefit of its members an
                                              The Mission of the Kentucky Osteopathic Medical Association shall be to enhance the availability of quality healthcare in th
            One Paralegal Conference
annual KentuckyVoice (6/year)      1990       The purposes of the KPA are: To serve as a unified voice for Kentucky paralegals on any and all issues affecting their pro
                                   1926       The Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association (KPMA), founded in 1926, is a statewide, nonprofit trade association. It is
                                   2002       Our mission is to unite, serve, and promote the interests of all pharmacists in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Our memb
Conferences, Combined Sections Meeting        KPTA mission: through building relationships and influencing others, the mission of the KPTA is to lead, educate, mentor a
                                              The Kentucky Podiatric Medical Association provides continuing education for podiatrists and promotes the profession.
                                              Poultry farming and related agribusiness is a thriving industry in Kentucky, which ranks 8th in the nation in terms of broiler
Kentucky Poultry Festival Coordately Directors Meetings
            The Kentucky Press (12/year)
                                   1869       The Convention the third week was founded January 13, 1869, in Frankfort. KPA is the nation's 10th oldest
the Kentucky Press Association sponsors a WinterKentucky Press Associationof January. Winter Conventions alternate between Lexington or Louisville. state press a
                                              The Kentucky Primary Care Association was founded in 1975 as a private, non-profit corporation of community health cen
Annual Convention                             The Kentucky Professional Fire Fighters are made up of 32 fire fighter & EMS unions throughout Kentucky. We have unio
                                   1948       Meeting
Conference, Annual Convention, Membership The KPGA was formed in 1948 and brings to the Federation strong grassroots support with its more than 100 active retail
            The Kentucky Psychiatrists (2/year)
annual symposium
            The Kentucky Psychologist (3/year)The Kentucky Psychological Association has represented the interests of psychologists in the Commonwealth of Kentucky
                                              Promotes maintenance and improvement for protection of the health and welfare of all Kentuckians.
Shows       KQHA Quarterly (4/year)           Our Association is comprised of members from all facets of the Quarter Horse industry.KQHA serves as Kentucky's AQHA
                                   1995       Environmental organization dedicated to prudent use and conservation of Kentucky's natural resources. KRC provides fre
            Kentucky Association FoodserviceThe
                                   1964        Expo
Kentucky Restaurant Restaurant Journal (6/year) planning for the Kentucky Restaurant Association began in early 1963 between the Louisville Restaurant Association
                                              The Kentucky Retail Federation is a clearing house for information regarding retailing in the state. Information is made ava
            The Mountain Message (26/year) The Kentucky
Children's Miracle Network Fund Annual Golf Tournament River ADD will serve as an effective leader, networking with all appropriate groups and agencies, to improve
Conferences Northeast Regional                The Kentucky Rural Water Association (KRWA) is a statewide association that offers membership to all water and wastew
                                   1911       The mission of the National Safety Council is to educate and influence society to adopt safety, health and environmental p
                                   1936       KSBA Strategic Objectives 2002-2003 * Every public school board will govern effectively and with integrity. * Every public s

workshops Yes, 3/year              1981        Kentucky's Small Business Development Centers provide the Commonwealth of Kentucky's entrepreneurs and small busi
          Yes, Periodic                        The KSRC is a Professional Organization for Respiratory Therapists whose purpose is to encourage and develop educatio
                                 1983       NSA/KY is an officially chartered chapter of the prestigious National Speakers Association. Untill recently we were the Ken
          KSHA Communicator (6/year)         Alternates statewide membership organization for 2-5, licensed Speech-Language Pathologists, Audiologists, Speech-
Annual Conference, late February/early MarchKSHA is thebetween Lexington and Louisville. March1350 2005 in Lexington
                                            To aid workers in securing improved wages, hours, and working conditions with due regard for the autonomy, integrity, an
                                 1937       The - May; Joint Fall Conference and was established in 1937 as a non-profit organization to - Oct
KTA Board of Directors Meetings, Annual Meeting Kentucky Telephone Association Expo with Tennessee Telecommunications Associationpromote and support the gen
                                 1983       A group of Kentucky's finest horsemen formed the Association in 1983 with two primary goals. The first was to unite the in
                                   is provided as a
Tourism Development Symposium Quarterly Meetings Annual Conference service of the Kentucky Tourism Council - a statewide association that unites the Commonwe
Mid-America Veterinary Conference           Objectives of the KVMA: To protect and improve the welfare of the veterinary profession and the animal industry of Kentuc
          KIAWA News (12/year)1958
                                            Works to become an association that represents and serves hospitals, related health care organizations and integrated he

                                1944       the last Tuesday of each month. Various is organized for the purpose of advancing the commercial, industrial, civic, educ
Monthly Chamber of Commerce meeting; heldThe Knox County Chamber of Commerce committee meetings, including but not limited to: Industry Improvement & Devel
           Business Notes third WednesdayBusinesses andat Noon, Communitytogether to advance the office; Annual Meeting,and civic interests of LaRue County, K
Brown Bag Chamber Lunch,(12/year)          of each month individuals working Room next to chamber commercial, industrial 3rd Wednesday in June, Cooperative
                                2001      The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation of cit
           Chamber Connection (6/year)    Our Mission is to provide Lebanon-Marion County businesses with an organization that strives to improve the business clim
Small Business Development Day, Heart of Kentucky Farm, Home & Garden Show

annual Chamber Banquet, community services, industry, business (exhibits). We have a brand new websites with constant updates regarding activites in Lincoln COunt
          Yes, 4/year            1943       Mission Statement: Serving Logan County and the cities of Adairville, Auburn, Lewisburg, and Russellville; to create, prom
          Chamber Meeting - (12/year)       To promote an active
monthly Membership Highlights always third Thursday of the month. participation of businesses & individuals for the improvement of the business environment and the d

             General Membership Meeting  Our mission is in Louisville, lupus patient, Chapter Support Group Meetings - Kentucky and southern Indiana.
1. QuarterlyLUPUS ALIVE (4/year)1981 at Jewish Hospitalto support theKY 2. MOothly their family and friends, to educate them and the general public in order to crea

           Chamber Connection (12/year)     The Madisonville-Hopkins County Chamber is a private voluntary organization of business and professional people dedica
Hot Topic Luncheons, Chamber After Hours, Business Showcase
           Journal of Sunday County Historical Society to collect, preserve, and disseminate the history and genealogy of
                                 1978       Our goal at 2 p.m.
Monthly meetings 3rd Magoffinafternoon of each month is (4/year) Yearly Homecoming Festival during Labor Day weekend. our eastern Kentucky region. Our forefather

                                             The Chamber of Commerce is an action-oriented association designed to advance the commercial, financial, industrial, an
           Chamber News (12/year)

           Chamber Connections (12/year)
           Yes, 12/year
monthly meeting.                  1980    The McCreary County Chamber of Commerce is an organization of concerned citizens who promote business, profession
           Yes, 52/year                   To actively represent the members of the Chamber of Commerce and create a positive professional business enviroment
           Mental Health Matters (2/year) The Mental Health Association of Kentucky (MHAKY) is the oldest mental health advocacy organization in the Commonwe
           New Directions (4/year)annual  To provide leadership, support annual golf tournament, for economic stability and growth through involvement in busines
Quarterly membership luncheons, 1951 membership meeting and banquet, and education necessaryannual legislative breakfast.
           Forcus on Wednesday1987 of every The Chamber serves as a liaison between members
Meet regularly the lastMiddletown (12/year) month, with workshops and seminars held quarterly. and government, working with local officials as well as metro governm
           alaCARTE (6/year)       Fall      The
Annual Spring Conference Annual 1965ConferenceMobile Industrial Caterers Association-International (MICA), established in 1965, is dedicated to the best interests of t
Annual Convention                            M.A.A.I. is the founder -42 years ago- of the convention concept of bringing talent to the fashion and performing arts capita
                                  1968       Located in south-central Kentucky, Wayne County lies in both the Mississippian plateau and the Eastern Kentucky coal fie
           It's Your Business (12/year)
                                  1967       To advance and improve city and
annual meeting, Banquets, Golf Outing, Leadership Academy, monthly meeting county conditions, business methods, public welfare, advertise, and develop the industri
                                  2004       Morganfield's economy is alive today and this chamber has had a definite hand in making it so. And, we can do more. Thr
                                             Your Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization composed of business and professional people and other citizens
           The Chamber Link (12/year)

                                                MEPAK is an association of municipally owned electric power systems. MEPAK represents municipal power systems in th
            Yes, 4/year
Monthly board meetings Annual membership meetings
North Texas Chapter Meeting         1939        The National Association of Institutional Linen Management (NLM) was founded in 1939 by Heywood Wiley to provide a n
            FCE Today (4/year) 1936              of every July
National Convention usually the third weekendTo strengthen individuals, families and communities through: Continuing Education Developing Leadership and Communi
Conferences                                     NADE's Purpose: To develop the art and science of disability evaluation. To enhance public awareness about disability ev
                                                The NAELB is an organization formed to promote the interests of equipment leasing brokers through education, advocacy
            The Contributor (4/year)
annual conference 3 webcasts per1980 year       The National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators (NAGDCA) was founded in 1980. NAGDCA
            Local Government Auditing Quarterly improve
                                    1989        To (4/year)
Annual conference 2 regional training sessions annually the quality of auditing in local government.
            NAPO Expo, Chicago 1983              Northeast Pizza Expo
International PizzaNews (4/year) Pizza Expo;For the past twenty years, NAPO has been joining pizzeria operators with suppliers of food ingredients, equipment for the
            National Association of1955 Workers is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with 153,000 members. NASW
                                     Social     NASW
Annual National Social Work Month Conference Kentucky Ch (4/year)
            NASACT News (12/year)   1915        NASACT is an association for state auditors, events.
Several conferences throughout the year, including our annual conference and topic driven comptrollers and treasurers. The Association works to assist these sectors o
annual conference                   1960        Professional association consisting of state, commonwealth and provincial officials responsibile for administering and/or e
Annual Conference in Fall                       The National Association of State Chief Administrators brings together chief officials from administration and general servi
            Fast Conference (Fall); NASCIO Midyear Conference (Spring)
NASCIO Annual Facts (12/year) 1969              NASCIO is a non-profit organization comprised of the chief information officers of the fifty states, U.S. territories and the D
            Fast Facts (12/year) 1969
annual conference; midyear conference           NASCIO's mission is to foster government excellence through quality business practices, information management and te
            State Facilities Quarterly (4/year) Regional Meetings
National Conference and Resource Expo FourThe National Association of State Facilities Administrators (NASFA) is a professional organization whose mission is to pro
                                    1977        The National
Mid-Year Meeting (Jan/Feb) Annual Meeting (July/August) Association of State Personnel Executives (NASPE), a non-profit organization, was established in 1977 to en
Annual Conference Marketing Meeting 1948        The National Association of State Procurement Officials is a non-profit association dedicated to strengthening the procure
                                    1978        NASTD - Technology Professionals Serving State Government, is a member-driven organization whose purpose is to adv
5 Regional Meetings 1 Annual Conference & Trade Show

          NAST Review
ANNUAL CONFERENCE (4/year)               The National Association of State Treasurers encourages the highest ethical standards, promotes education and the exch
          NAUPA Seminars, State Training
Annual Conference,Newsletter (4/year)
                                 1965    The NATIONAL CAVES ASSOCIATION, founded in 1965, is a non-profit organization of publicly and privately owned show

                                   1950        Provide national leadership and expertise in comprehensive emergency management. Serve as a vital emergency manag
                                   1940     We are committed to the future of horse racing; - We are horsemen who have one horse and a dream; - We are horseme
           animal and meeting 1916
annual conference agriculture (4/year)      to be the forum for building consensus and advancing solutions for animal agriculture and to provide continuing education
           INSIDE Juvenile Services1968      Juvenile Services Training Institute
Joint Conferene on JUSTICE (4/year) NationalThe National Juvenile Detention Association's offices are headquartered in the College of Justice and Safety, on the camp
                                            The National Conference of Lieutenant Governors (NCLG), organized in 1962, is the professional association for the elect
           NNSP at annual (2/year) 1980     Organization exists to provide a forum for Research.
Recurring meetingNewsletterconference of the American Association for Public Opinion researchers conducting state-level surveys to exchange information and share m
           The Conference, Mini Leadership Conference Real Estate Investors Association is a 501 (c) 6 trade association. We are a federation made up of local asso
Annual Midyear Leader's Edge (4/year)       The National
                                   1989     The purpose of the National Show Horse Registry is to maintain a fiscally sound organization to promote the breeding and
                                            The SAR is a historical, Fall and Spring patriotic non-profit, United States 501(c)3, corporation that seeks to maintain and
Annual Congress in selected US cities Semi Annual Trustees Meeting educational, andeach year.
           Tuesday (52/year)       1951     The National Tour Association is an organization of nearly 4,000 tourism professionals involved in the growth and develop
Tour Operator Spring Meet and Annual Convention
annual conference

                                              The purpose of The Nockian Society is to help keep green the memory of Albert Jay Nock by publishing a newsletter from
            NAPCE Newsletter This year
                                  1947        be held in Rochester, MN and in 2006 and be held in Denver, CO
Annual conference in October. (2/year) it willNAPCE exists to cultivate the personal it willprofessional development of the Christian educator. It has a long and rich histo
                                  1969        To develop strong Jou (12/year)
            Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Business businesses and a vibrant economy through business advocacy and leadership resulting in a better qual
monthly meeting
Exhibition Showcases              1991        OVAL is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of visual arts in Hendeson, KY and the Tri-State area. Funde
            Yes, 12/year          1962        The Oldham County Chamber of Commerce is a non- profit organization composed of over 400 business organizations fro
quarterly meeting - always February, March, August, and November
Meeting 7 p.m. 1st Tuesday at Commercial Bank office, open to the public.
            The Circle (3/year)   1914        The Omicron Delta Tomorrow'
biennial convention 'Campus Leaders Today, Community LeadersKappa Society is the national leadership honor society for college students, faculty, staff, administrator
            The Circle (4/year)   1914

           Organizational Systems Research OSRA is a professional organization chartered for the purpose of pursuing research and education in the area of informati
Annual Research Conference         1981       Association (3/year)
           Messenger-Inquirer (12/year)
periodic meeting                             The mission of the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce is to influence the development of a favorable business cl
monthly meeting
           Chamber Connection (12/year)
Chamber Monthly Committee Meetings 1938      The Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce has been serving the business community for more than 60 years. With over 9
                                   1848      Founded in 1848, Academy - Delta January
biennial Ekklesia - congress - always August Annual Leadership Phi Gammaalwaysis a men's social fraternity that has undergraduate chapters throughout the United Sta

            Focus (12/year)        1793       The Hours bi-monthly, Monthly Board meetings - all members are welcome. Pendleton individuals, businesses,
Breakfast meetings and Bi-Monthly,Business After Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization composed ofBusiness Expo Annually, industries
                                               Marriott Griffin of March, 1938, Secretary of State Charles D. Arnett authorized 11
Annual PAIKY Summer Meeting August 15-17On the 20th dayGate Resort, Lexington, Get Acquainted Meeting for Districts 8 & and empowered the Plantmix Asphalt Ind
biennial conference.               1955       The Presbyterian Health, Education and Welfare Association is a community of ministries Seeking and voicing God?s Sha
            Bread for the World (4/year)      Responds to hunger through direct food relief, development assistance, lifestyle integrity, public policy advocacy, and educ
                                   Presbyterian Women - meeting the women's organization of the Presbytyerian Church (U.S.A.), nurtures women's faith through pra
triennial Church-wide Gathering of 1983       Presbyterian Women,

           PCS E-Newsletter (12/year)
Annual International Symposium & Expo         The mission of the PCS is to foster, promote and elevate the profession of custom club fitting, building and repair of golf c
                                1911        The Professional Grounds Management Society (PGMS) was established in 1911 as a professional society for the individu
                                1945        The Professional Insurance Agents of Kentucky is a statewide, not-for-profit, trade association for independent insurance
           The Kentucky Professional (4/year)

                               1966          RSSI
           Railway Systems Suppliers, Inc. (4/year)is a trade association serving the communication and signal segment of the rail transportation industry. RSSI continu
           RPA Update (3/year)
Annual Trade Show                            The Retail Packaging Association,commonly referred to as the RPA, is a self governed not-for-profit organization comprise
                               1986          The Rocky Mountain Horse Association is incorporated in the state of Kentucky as a non profit corporation. It is the goal o
annual meeting                 1964          Bottlers of Royal Crown Cola. Purposes are to: represent Royal Crown franchised bottlers; promote business cooperation
           Rushlight a year
Meetings three times (4/year)  1932          International membership of individuals and museums interested in the study of early lighting including the use of early ligh
                                             Scenic Kentucky is pro-beauty pro-Kentucky pro-tourism

           News & Notes (12/year) 940
           E-newsletter (12/year) Exhibition The Society for Foodservice Management is the pre-eminent national association serving the needs and interests of execu
Annual Conference;Trade Show & 1979
annual conference                 1955       The American Council of Learned Societies is a private non-profit federation of sixty-six national scholarly organizations. T
                                  1957       The Bluegrass Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is proud to be among the more than 52

                                  1948        The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest association devoted to human resou
                                              SHRM serves the needs of the human resource management professional by providing the most essential and comprehe
           Southeastern of SHRM Newsletter (1/year) the knowledge of HR professionals in our area by providing quality programs and networking opportunities.
Meet the fourth Thursday KYthe Month.    To enhance

Meetings, Convention             1953
           Business Gazette (12/year)  To advancwe (1st Tuesday of each our community.
Monthly Chamber Membership Luncheon - meeting - alwaysthe business interest inmonth)
                                       The Southern Criminal Justice Association is a regional organization affiliated with the Academy of Criminal Justice Scienc

           ACUTA eNews (12/year)
annual conference July or August 1971      ACUTA's purpose is to support higher education institutions in achieving optimal use of communications technologies.
                                           As every spring CSG's Annual State Trends and Leadership pays to share resources, strategies and ideas for doing all th
CSG's Committee and Task Force Meetings heldstates take on more responsibilities, they are finding that itForum held every fall
annual dinner, 3rd quarter
                                 1961      The mission
Annual Dinner; Annual Meeting, Breeders' Cup Seminar of TOBA is to improve the economics, integrity, and pleasure of the sport on behalf of Thoroughbred owners

                                1917       The year of USA Equestrian is to provide leadership for equestrian sport in the United States of America, promoting the p
Annual meeting and equestrian sport summit-eachvisionin January

Annual Armor Conference Fort Knox, KY         The United States Armor Association grew out of the United States Cavalry Association, established by a small group of c
                               1973           United States Dressage Federation Dedicated to education, the recognition of achievement, and the promotion of the spor
                               1890        The United States Polo Association was
Outdoor Tournaments, Arena Tournaments, Women's Tournaments, I/I Tournaments founded in 1890 to create a uniform method of handicapping players and to stand
                               1956        Pony Club is one of the leading junior equestrian organizations in the world, represented throughout 30 countries! The Uni
          USPC News (4/year)
Annual Meeting and Convention              Pony Club is one of the leading junior equestrian organizations in the world, represented throughout 30 countries! The Uni
                                           Fund Raising and Community Impact for 5 counties in northeast Kentucky
          Community Matters - e-newsletter United Way of the Bluegrass mobilizes the caring power of our regional community to improve lives.

                                             The Grant County Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer organization of the business, industrial and professional commun
                                             The Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) to benefit small business.
                                 1935        Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of Kentucky is a not-for-profit, tax exempt corporation established in 1935 to promote the we
                                  in various cities in the US
Annual Conference every Fall held1993        WCR is a professional association of chefs and restaurateurs. Our membership numbers over 2000 representing every se
                                             To promote commerce while making Woodford County a better place to live.
  to act as an information gathering and sharing resource for professionals.
he professionalism and ethics of HVACR contractors and provide an environment to promote unity and cohesion among those in the industry.
l and electric Aladdin lamps! With a mix of rural American history and modern technology we hope to bring the passion of thousands into the reach of millions. These pa
services include marketing, training, quality assurance, carton design, industry updates (All Star News), legal bulletins, annual convention, networking, consulting,

shing a standard of excellence in the field of equine art. The AAEA mission is to broaden public recognition of American equine painting and sculpture through educat
ademy of Pediatrics. We are committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental, and social health for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. To thi

ounded in 1954 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the health and welfare of the horse. Currently, AAEP reaches more than 5 million horse owners through its 6,50
 ment of registered nurses consulting within the legal arena by providing a forum for education and exchange of information.
 ment of registered nurses consulting within the legal arena by providing a forum for education and exchange of information.
 are and believes that its certified family physicians have successfully demonstrated their ability and have proven their commitment to the public, the specialty of Fa
 cated to the protection of caves, karstlands and groundwater.
and promotion of America's farmstead and natural specialty cheeses.

g nearly 20,000 physicians who specialize in emergency medicine. ACEP is dedicated to improving emergency care through continuing education, research, and public educat

g firms throughout the country. Members of ACEC-KY actively participate in national and international professional activities. Many ACEC-KY members serve on national

ho make their living as professional farriers.
 ea occurred to owners of Hackney horses throughout the western states and indeed residents of several parts of the country had actually taken steps to form a similar s
 and promoting Hanoverian horses in the United States of America. The AHS was established in 1978 with only 40 members and has grown since that time to become an intern
 in, and operate a non-profit association, as specified under the laws of the State of New York, of breeders, owners and friends of the Holsteiner horse for its promot
ners and craftsmen from throughout the United States and Canada who are devoted to the highest standards of commemorative memorial design and business ethics in the monu

 rofessionals from a variety of companies and organizations in the Kentuckiana area. Members' specialties range from technical market research to advertising, but each
 of individuals from the United States and Canada actively involved with probation, parole and community-based corrections, in both adult and juvenile sectors. All level
Donnell was joined by 15 of her colleagues. They came to fight the crippling effects of polio. They touched the lives of World War II veterans whose bodies were man
 reativity and importance of quilts and quiltmaking, our objective is to provide a forum for quilters of all skill levels to expand their horizons in quilt making, de
erest in and regulate any and all matters as may pertain to the history, breeding, exhibition, publicity, use and improvement of the American Saddlebred.
  one of the largest and most credible organizations in health care today, the American Hospital Association. For more than 36 years we have been the premier source of pro
erican Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation (ASSMR). Our membership is made up of persons associated with Collages or Universities, Government Agencies, mining industr
ganization working on behalf of convenience distributors in the United States.
or associations and other organizations, including association management, conference and event management, technology services and creative services.
 for the citizens of Lawrenceburg and Anderson County.

shland, Boyd and Greenup Counties

 nois in 1981 and formally affiliated with the American Library Association (ALA) in 1982. A predecessor of APALA, the Asian American Librarians Caucus (AALC), was or
 tinue to be the preeminent center of excellence for asphalt supplier issues. The Asphalt Institute will serve as the focal point for applications of new technology
 ed exclusively to promoting and defending the ?merit shop? way of construction. We represent more than 23,000 merit shop contractors, subcontractors, material suppl
 Delaware, New Castle County, January 29, 1934. The purpose of our association is to serve as a contact point for the membership, distribute available information about
enting a qualified membership of over 700 prime contractors and industry associates. Our members are involved in the construction of the Commonwealth's commercial bu
s largest and oldest industrial trade association. AIK’s mission is to enhance the competitiveness of manufacturers by shaping a legislative and regulatory environm
 olleges and universities in the areas of government relations, fundraising, business services, grant administration, research, cooperative programs and public relati
en the mission of the schools, colleges and universities related to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
  ave demonstrated the leadership to become a RCI ASSOCIATE MEMBER in 2005. Their generous and enthusiastic support is Greatly Appreciated.
m owners and operators, engineering consultants, manufacturers and suppliers, academia, contractors and others interested in dam safety. Our vision is to lead the US
 tisticians and researchers who collect and publish information about denominations and other faith groups in the United States. Every ten years, ASARB compiles the Re
on in North America that represents travel agents exclusively
g uniform production and quality standards for seat belts. The name was changed to Automotive Occupant Restraints Council (AORC) in 1988 to better represent its diverse
 terests of the membership; serve as a catalyst to form a bond between community, government, and business.
 e time invoking an environment for rapidly expanding local business opportunities.
ernments for regional planning economic development and program administration services
community involvement.

conomic and tourism development in Bell County. It is governed by a 16 member Board of Directors and is funded by membership dues, contributions from local governments a

 ship dues paid by business and professional groups in each Bureaus' service area. The Better Business Bureau provides instant access to business and consumer alerts as
 n to promote ethics in the marketplace, as a 501(c)(6) business organization. Levels the playing field for businesses through self-regulation. Influenced over $558 mil
premier business communities.
 moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

 ntor and give back to the community, while supporting sound government, growth and development that creates a better quality of life for its members

he states of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, and West Virginia. The Burley Co-op represents nearly 200,000 burley tobacco quota owners and growers. Organized in
ith disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for more than 80 years. Cardinal Hill of Northern Kentucky provides speech therapy, audiolog
gest international organization devoted to the preservation and restoration of horse-drawn carriages and sleighs. We have introduced thousands of people to the wonders

 four recognized colors: the Blenheim, chestnut and white; the Tricolor, black, white, and tan; the Black and Tan; the Ruby. Registering body for Cavalier King Charle

at provides services and advocacy on behalf of its membership and the community at large to advance the economic health and vitality of Ulster County.
 designated as the state library administrative agency and responsible for statewide library development
a college education for my children. All 50 states and the District of Columbia have created innovative college savings programs designed to meet the savings need
of Lindsey WilsonCollege and Mark Twain's mother, will meet the challenges of the 21st Century, while giving our residents the quality of life they need and deserve.

n Kentucky, in affiliation with Common Cause.
profit professional organization whose primary membership is made up of radiation professionals in state and local government who regulate the use of radiation sources.
 let Corvette!! Inside you will find corvette pictures, news about shows and events pertaining to the Chevy Vette, how to join the club, and memorabilia for sale.
ange of title from Research Coordinator to Research Director, the organization was previously known as the Association of Research Coordinators (ARC).
nal resource for professional regulation stakeholders. CLEAR was conceived more than 25 years ago as a resource for any entity or individual involved in the licensure, n
 lag on the suspension bridge.
  work effectively to make Burkesville and Cumberland County a better place to live and work. It is the community's 'Department of Progress.'
on working with eight counties in eastern Kentucky.
 n an ethical and professional manner.
nomic well being of the community by responsibly expanding the economic base, increasing job opportunity and strengthening the united effort of the business, indus

sm in the Danville-Boyle County area. This involves printing and distributing brochures, promoting festivals and events in the area that will attract visitors to the c

ding means for contact between depressives, with the intention of supporting each other, and co-operating in their own recovery.
 l voice of America's service-connected disabled veterans -- a strong, insistent voice that represents all of America's 2.1 million disabled veterans, their families and
 ade the decision to modify the by-laws of the organization and change its name to more closely fit a new mission statement. Thus was born the Distillers Grains Techno
milies, live better lives for more than 80 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Se
milies, live better lives for more than 80 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Se
milies, live better lives for more than 80 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Se
milies, live better lives for more than 80 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Se
milies, live better lives for more than 80 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Se
milies, live better lives for more than 80 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Se
milies, live better lives for more than 80 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Se
milies, live better lives for more than 80 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Se
milies, live better lives for more than 80 years. From child development centers to physical rehabilitation and job training for people with disabilities, Easter Se
omote pride and progress in Metcalfe County.
merce. To strive to create a positive business environment for the economic well-being and growth of business, industry, agriculture, and the military in our community.
 purpose is to provide information on the legal issues related to energy and the development of natural resources through seminars and forums, publications, and electro

onal Forest. When you visit Estill County, you are seeing the spectacular land that Daniel Boone once explored - streams, steep forest ridges and natural arches. Visi

 he entire business environment of Fleming County. This encompasses the support of existing businesses and the development of new businesses throughout the county. The Cham
 e returning maximum benefits to all members.
urn Methodism to a more conservative interpretation of Christianity through stressing a five-point program of belief: inspiration of Scripture; virgin birth of Chri
n and profitability of retail bakeries. The Greater Cincinnati Retail Bakers Associaiton will accomplish this mission by sharing best practices, continuing education

 , graphic design, web development and public relations. The company was founded in 1969 by Phillip S. Cooke. Prior to starting the company, Mr. Cooke had served as editor-

g. Founded by creativity pioneer, Dr. E. Paul Torrance, FPSP stimulates critical and creative thinking skills and encourages students to develop a vision for the future.
e to aid the business and educational communities, and to aid in bettering the the quality of life for all residents of Garrard County.

 rests of its members and promote the economic and cultural growth of the community by fostering strong leadership within the Chamber and working cooperatively with public
  ivities 4-Hers can participate in regardless of the project you select. We offer 4-H Camp, Poster contests, Variety shows, Demonstration contests and Talk Meets, T
  just a motto, it’s a testament to the commitment we have to our past, our present, and our future. Come see why Grayson County is THE place to visit, work, and live!
w and prosper, while preserving the quality of life we treasure in our community.

 e diabetes educator and improving the quality of diabetes education and care.

 into one of America's hot spots through a series of bold economic development initiatives.
ernments and citizens a regional forum to identify issues and opportunities; and, to provide leadership in planning and implementing programs to improve the quality of
owth and community development for all of Green County, Kentucky and its contiguous counties.
ce, and promote the economic environment, employment opportunities and the quality of life in our city and surrounding communities and to advocate and create solutions for
d. Habitat sells the houses at no profit with zero interest loans, then invests mortgage payments to build more houses.
o perceived a need for a recording organization when owners from other breeds bred mares to her American Saddlebred stallion, Flying Eagle Peavine 32802. After 25 years at
e commercial, industrial, civic, and general interest of Hancock County and its trade area

gheny Mountains. Located in the heart of the Bluegrass Region, Kentucky's oldest town offers an appealing mix of history, architecture and culture. Mercer County is ne

County Historical Museum on the third Tuesday of January, April, July and October.

s their country home while they maintained their town house in Lexington, and then in 1809, they moved their growing family to Ashland where they resided until his de
ogress in Henry County through the cooperation and dedication of the citizens, businesses, and industries of the entire county.

f the Association.
LTOR and Affiliate members through programs and services designed to enhance their ability to succeed, ethically and competently, in the real estate industry, in concert

United States and Canada focused on a common goal -- the betterment of racing on all levels and collectively adopting the following mission statement: - We are committed
nd international associations from facilitating the publishing, government lobbying, education, Web site administration and accounting to overseeing marketing, sponsors
  t interest, is to be an unrelenting advocate for independent insurance agents and to fulfill the political, business and educational needs of its members.
velopment for its members who are engaged in the areas of culinary education, communication, or in the preparation of food and drink.
ociation representing 17,000 professionals worldwide who work in public and private workforce development programs. IAPES is dedicated to advancing the field of workforc
ributes books to virtually any location in the developing world. We send basic subject textbooks of the pre-kindergarten through the graduate school level, as w
 ionals Worldwide
g staffing services operating in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
  professional state employees.
ho's purpose is to collect or purchase used or damaged automobiles for the purpose of dismantling and recycling usable parts and accessories. The group provides servic
 ffering automotive workshops. We also lobby during the legislative sessions.
 inancial services industry both in Kentucky and on a national level; to serve as a reliable and responsive source of information and education about areas of interes
 y. Its authority to regulate the legal profession in Kentucky, delegated by the Kentucky Supreme Court through rules, is derived from the Kentucky Constitution. The missi

  economic, social and legislative environment
cts of Kentucky and combining their efforts to promote the aesthetic, scientific and practical efficiency of the profession. Advancing the science and art of planni
 gers and staff executives To improve organizational techniques To provide a vehicle for sharing of ideas and engendering of cooperative efforts
ests of the profession and promote awareness of the profession's responsibility to the public interest.
 ering, and to enhance the professional, social, and economic well being of our members.
 rink Industry, serving the public and its members since 1917. Few products are as closely associated with American ingenuity, enterprise and culture as soft drinks. T
ently working on similar programs making soy-based biodiesel more readily available and used throughout Kentucky.
y, representing more than 2,000 wellness facilities and providers from 63 countries.
 hose that manufacture, repair, recycle, sell, service or use new or retreaded tires, and also those suppliers or individuals who furnish equipment, material or
ablishing scholarships and higher centers of learning

 Works to: foster and encourage a spirit of mutual interest and assistance for Jaguar automobile enthusiasts; promote public interest in motoring and motor sports; develop

  have been working to ensure that Owensboro?s children and families have a voice in the community. Today, the Junior League of Owensboro is over 300 members strong and
mission of the Kenton County Historical Society is to promote preservation, research, and dissemination of Kenton County history and genealogy, especially as it relates to
 alth care andthe betterment of the health of the American people.
ness and access to quality, cost-effective health care, to educate the public about the physician assistant profession and assure the competence level of the physicians
he health and safety of Kentucky families, to enhancing consumer protections and to preserving each and every citizens' right to trial by jury.
 n-profit, grassroots organization working to improve standards of maternity care for Kentucky women. You do not have to be a midwife or nurse to join. KAAM is open to a
 s member benefits, professional development opportunities, communication services and legislative advocacy for its members.
 agencies that provide social services to low and moderate income families in all 120 counties of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
merican Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), an international professional association established more than 50 years ago.
s by providing the highest quality programs/services and advocating legislative solutions for Kentucky's counties both today and tomorrow.

al, consumer-owned electric distribution utilities in the state, as well as the two generation and transmission cooperatives that produce power for those distributio
de association that represents nearly 300 propriety and nonproprietary nursing facilities and personal care homes across the Commonwealth. One of the state affiliate
ess about plans' services, efficiency, operations and health care delivery benefits. The Association facilitates communication among members and with the health care

1977. The association represents not-for-profit community, church and government sponsored homes, retirement communities, and social service programs for the elderly.
1977. The association represents not-for-profit community, church and government sponsored homes, retirement communities, and social service programs for the elderly.
entire nurse population. In addition to its role to promote the essential role of the registered nurse in health care delivery, the Association serves as an advo
present the business and professional interests of membership with all levels of government, provide educational programming opportunities and provide access to exclus

  Board members to succeed in their business in an ethical and competent manner and, through a united voice, preserve and enhance the rights and privileges of the owners
500 educational leaders across Kentucky. KASA's mission is to draw upon the strength of its leaders' diversity to best serve the needs of Kentucky's children and scho
med in 1992 to help school councils make decisions that ensure student achievement at higher levels by educating supporting and providing services to the parents teache
a statewide organization with elected officers in 1957. The Association's first president was Clyde T. Lassiter, principal of Henry Clay High School in Lexington. The sec
evision stations across the state of Kentucky. The purpose of the Kentucky Broadcasters Association is to represent and further the interest of broadcasters, communicate
 is an organization made up of 149 retail lumber and building material dealers and 140 associate members. Its purposes are to promote the industry, exchange informat
 ble systems serving more than 90 percent of the cable subscribers across the state. The Association addresses the needs of cable customers and operators in Kentucky. The mis
anization serves as both the trade association, which is member driven, and as the qualified state beef council. The mission of the Kentucky Beef Network is t
omote fellowship among Cemetery Executives and Officials throughout the State of Kentucky; to create and maintain high ethical standards through education and training
er of Commerce is the largest, broad-based business association in the state. The Chamber represents more than 7,000 businesses (or more than 50 percent of the private

 haritable gaming to thrive as a viable fund-raising mechanism. The Office helps to ensure the productivity of charitable gaming through appropriate regulation, oversig
port and promote the healing profession of chiropractic in the state of Kentucky.
 l industry and ultimately to enhance the ability of the Kentucky coal industry to compete in domestic and world markets.
 hat the new Georgia statute met the constitutional standards for the use of capital punishment. Kentucky enacted legislation in December 1976 modeled on the Georgia l
ms and issues pertaining to women and acts as an informational clearing house for women around the state.
   corn use, educate members and consumers, represent grower to legislature, conduct production and utilization research, and provide direct tangible benefits to producer
ceptually, they grew out of the efforts of local elected officials and citizens in the Commonwealth to try and find collaborative means with which to deal with proble
  counselors and promote ethical practices and professionalism. KCA empowers professional school counselors with knowledge, skills, connections and resources to support
 operation among Kentucky?s county attorneys to ensure strong and effective prosecution in Kentucky?s justice system; To help county attorneys provide sound advice and c
  d as a non-profit corporation in 1982. The primary purpose of the Association is to act as a liaison between County Judge/Executives and state and federal government ent

rve their heritage for all generations to enjoy.
wide trade association offering a myriad of services focused on meeting the current and future needs of Kentucky's Credit Unions. Membership dues-supported services include educ
 commonwealth of Kentucky, while supporting its members with insurance programs, including health, life, disability, and worker?s compensation. Honorary life members

 ublic through the promotion of optimal nutrition, health and well being.
 on, distillery tours, recipes, travel in Kentucky and international trade.
hool employees as well as students studying to become teachers and retired educators. The Association advocates for strong public schools through lobbying, legal assist
 ntucky employers for 25 years. With over 5,050 members and more than $64,000,000 in premiums, KESA is one of the largest and most financially stable providers of work
 ience lobbyist team in place at the state Capitol. They are on watch for new laws that could be damaging to dry cleaners.
ng as the voice of agriculture by identifying problems, developing solutions and taking actions which will improve net farm income, achieve better economic opportu
 grain industry in Kentucky. Our Association is comprised of companies that operate grain, feed and processing facilities as well as retail feed and farm supply stores.
 as established itself as a strong voice in support of Kentucky agriculture. The KFACA strives to enhance the cause of agribusiness through strong cooperation and communica

 f forest land. There has always been a concern that these resources be managed wisely. Without a sustainable forest, the wood industry would go out of business. The

 on comprised of the finest artists, craftsmen, collectors, galleries, interested individuals and businesses in Kentucky and surrounding states. Founded in 1961, it is the
ealth care industry. The KHHA is an organization of providers who value the home as a therapeutic environment for the care of persons experiencing an impairment of their
 40,000 nationally in 23 states and Canada, and over 6,000 in Kentucky. The association is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of Owners and Trainers volunteeri
 ealth care organizations and integrated health care systems that are accountable to the community and oriented toward community health improvement. Where appropriate,
 anization made up of business people and allied and associate professionals. Our members recognize they have a stake in the hospitality business and have joined toget
ded in 1967 to promote economic and industrial development in Kentucky. The primary mission of the Council is to develop and maintain high standards in the field through

 torical Society that encourages the youth of Kentucky to appreciate and understand the people, places, and events that have given Kentucky its own unique place in hist
xington, KY with satellite offices in Frankfort and Louisville. Our members include corporations that are involved in our popular Cornerstone Partners program as well
elopment, promotion and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship in order to enhance and ensure access to information for

c affairs; to encourage a closer relationship between Kentucky magistrates and commissioners; to promote good effective legislation for the best well being of the pe
ing for Kentuckians of all ages, races, educational levels, ethnic backgrounds, and income levels.
ghout the State of Kentucky a spokesman for the marine industry in Kentucky. PURPOSE To provide an organizational structure for owners and operators of marina enterp

 s and professional affiliates. We help connect consumers with our members as well as providing a wide range of services for people in our industry.
ustomers and related industry groups, through advocacy, career development, supporting value added programs for enhancing industry safety and productivity. KMTA is c
 dedicated to protecting the rights and freedoms of ALL Kentucky Motorcyclists.
  Our primary goal as a network of professional nursery growers, landscapers, garden centers and others interested in horticulture, is to provide educational opportunities
entire nurse population. In addition to its role to promote the essential role of the registered nurse in health care delivery, the Association serves as an advo
  based on the concerns of its professional practitioners and students. The mission of KOTA is to support a professional community of members and to develop and preserv
Kentucky's crude oil and natural gas industry, and more particularly, the independent crude oil and natural gas operators. Our goals include promoting, protecting and
 or the benefit of its members and the citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. To insure that the voice of optometry is heard!
 lability of quality healthcare in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and providing services to its members.
and all issues affecting their profession. To encourage educational programs and training of paralegals and to promote continuing education of paralegals in the legal
nonprofit trade association. It is made up of representatives of all segments of the petroleum industry to promote the interest and goodwill of everyone engaged in the m
 wealth of Kentucky. Our members include students, technicians, and pharmacists in all workplace and practice settings; academia, hospital, consultant, compounding, r
 TA is to lead, educate, mentor and respond to the dynamic needs and interests of its membership. The KPTA is a member-driven organization that promotes the professio
 nd promotes the profession.
  in the nation in terms of broiler production. Kentucky's poultry business is a $700 million industry ranking poultry the #2 commodity in the state, which is about
 ation's 10th oldest state press association.
oration of community health centers, rural health clinics, primary care centers and other organizations and individuals concerned about access to health care services f
ughout Kentucky. We have unions as small as 13 members to unions over 650 members. We have grown dramatically over the last 10 years. The last 10 years may have brough
h its more than 100 active retail dealer locations and more than 75 supplier members. It has been a member of KRF since 1991. The effectiveness of the KPGA was evidenced

the Commonwealth of Kentucky since 1932. Members include doctoral and master's level psychologists with a variety of training experiences and work placements. Activit

 HA serves as Kentucky's AQHA Affiliate Association to bring all Quarter Horse owners and associations together throughout the state.
 al resources. KRC provides free legal and technical assistance to low-income individuals and community groups on environmental matters.
 uisville Restaurant Association (formed in 1933) and the Bluegrass Restaurant Association (formed in 1960). The membership of these two local restaurant associations, w
e state. Information is made available to members through regular and special publications as well as direct personal correspondence.
groups and agencies, to improve the quality of life for the District. The agency will strive to provide professional assistance, leadership and planning, for the dev
 bership to all water and wastewater utilities in Kentucky. KRWA also offers associate membership to engineers, manufacturers, suppliers, contractors, accountants, attorn
 ety, health and environmental policies, practices and procedures that prevent and mitigate human suffering and economic losses arising from preventable causes.
nd with integrity. * Every public school board member will understand and emphasize student achievement. * Every public school board will practice good stewardship of

 s entrepreneurs and small businesses with the high quality one-on-one management consulting, environmental consulting, educational training, and business resources needed t
encourage and develop educational programs; to advance the science, technology, ethics and art of respiratory care through regional institutes, meetings, lectures, and
  Untill recently we were the Kentucky Speakers Association (KSA). Our members are dedicated to professionalism, both on and off the platform. When planning your nex
hologists, Audiologists, Speech-Language Pathology Assistants, and students in those fields.
d for the autonomy, integrity, and jurisdiction of affiliated unions; To provide aid, cooperation and assistance to affiliated local unions and other affiliated bodies
 to promote and support the general interests and welfare of the telecommunications industry in the Commonwealth. This is still our goal.
 als. The first was to unite the industry by addressing long-term problems and representing the Thoroughbred industry on a national basis. The second was to maintain th
ation that unites the Commonwealth?s most progressive and innovative travel-related businesses and organizations.
nd the animal industry of Kentucky. To cooperate with agricultural and conservation organizations in obtaining the enactment and enforcement of laws in Kentucky that

 organizations and integrated health care systems that are accountable to the community and oriented toward community health improvement. Where appropriate, the Associ

ommercial, industrial, civic, educational, and general interests of the City of Barbourville and Knox County.
 ic interests of LaRue County, Kentucky.
 ed and active participation of citizens in government, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
 ves to improve the business climate and the community.

and Russellville; to create, promote, encourage, develop, and maintain a positive business/economic climate & quality of life that perpetuates an improving community.
business environment and the development of a quality lifestyle in Laurel County.

he general public in order to create more understanding and better awareness which may lead to earlier diagnosis, to support medical research with the hope of even

and professional people dedicated to improving the economic environment of Madisonville and Hopkins County. By fostering the development of business growth and prosper
Kentucky region. Our forefathers, many of whom were veterans of the Revolutionary War, settled the area and carved a home for their families from the wilderness. Th

mmercial, financial, industrial, and civic interest of a community. It consists of owners, managers, presidents, and other key representatives from businesses and organiza

o promote business, professionalism, and civic interests in order to make McCreary County a better place to live. The Chamber strives for economic development in tourism, s
ofessional business enviroment which will enhance the growth of the entire county.
  organization in the Commonwealth dedicated to advocacy, education, information and referral services, and support of research aimed at preventing and cureing mental ill
 through involvement in business, government and community activities.
 fficials as well as metro government and serving as a unified voice on behalf of business.
dicated to the best interests of the growing $5 billion dollar industrial catering industry and to a commitment of excellence in service to catering truck operators
shion and performing arts capital of the world through it's membership.
 d the Eastern Kentucky coal fields. Beautiful Lake Cumberland forms much of the northern border of Wayne County, while Tennessee forms the southern border. Wayne Coun
vertise, and develop the industries and resourses of Morehead and Rowan County.
 t so. And, we can do more. Through industrial development, through retail promotion and through working to improve the quality of life of the community, the chamber h
 sional people and other citizens that believes that through united action the progress of its community can be materially enhanced and that living conditions can be contin

s municipal power systems in the legislature and with state agencies, working to balance the interests of public power and consumers in the larger power industry. MEPAK al

y Heywood Wiley to provide a network for the flow of information among its members leading toward their professional development and the advancement of the technologies
 ping Leadership and Community Action
 c awareness about disability evaluation. To further professional recognition for disability evaluation practitioners.
rs through education, advocacy, improved communication with funders and programs designed to upgrade the professionalism and profitability of brokers, funders and other
was founded in 1980. NAGDCA is a professional organization made up of the deferred compensation/defined contribution plan administrators from the 50 states and over 100 lo

  ingredients, equipment for the kitchen and front of the house, business services and more. Our goal is to equalize the playing field for the independent and small-t
with 153,000 members. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain standards for the profession, and to advanc
 works to assist these sectors of state fiscal leaders in enhancing and promoting effective and efficient management of government resources by: providing information
sibile for administering and/or enforcing state boating laws. Non-voting membership is open to others on an associate basis.
administration and general services to discuss matters of mutual concern and to exchange information and ideas. By promoting interstate communication and showcasin
states, U.S. territories and the District of Columbia. NASCIO's mission is to foster government excellence through quality business practices, information managem
nformation management and technology policy.
nization whose mission is to provide leadership in the development and implementation of state facility administration practices. NASFA membership is composed of fac
n, was established in 1977 to enhance communication and the exchange of information among personnel executives. NASPE is an affiliate organization of The Council of St
ed to strengthening the procurement community through education, research, and communication. It is made up of the directors of the central purchasing offices in ea
 zation whose purpose is to advance and promote the effective use of telecommunications technology and services to improve the operation of state government. NASTD represen

omotes education and the exchange of ideas, builds professional relationships, develops standards of excellence and influences public policy for the benefit of the ci

ublicly and privately owned show caves and caverns - caves developed for public visitation. All are natural caves or caverns beneath the surface of the earth. These undergro

ve as a vital emergency management information and assistance resource. Advance continuous improvement in emergency management through strategic partnerships, innovative
 nd a dream; - We are horsemen who spend millions of dollars; - We are horsemen who race throughout the country; - We are horsemen who represent different breeds of race
to provide continuing education and communication linkages for animal agriculture professionals.
Justice and Safety, on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University located in Richmond, Kentucky. The NJDA Executive Office is responsible for the programmatic and fis
ssional association for the elected officials who are next in line of succession to the governors in the 50 states and five territorial jurisdictions of American Samoa,
 change information and share methodological innovations. Members jointly contribute state-level survey data to the NNSP data archive for use by researchers.
 ederation made up of local associations or investment clubs throughout the United States. We represent local investor associations, property owner associations, apa
on to promote the breeding and showing of the National Show Horse; to increase popularity and participation within the general public through innovative programs.
ation that seeks to maintain and extend * the institutions of American freedom * an appreciation for true patriotism * a respect for our national symbols * the va
olved in the growth and development of the packaged travel industry. NTA comprises members from 27 countries and is committed to providing business opportunities and

 by publishing a newsletter from time to time with information of interest to its members and by helping to finance the publication of some of his books. The Society doe
cator. It has a long and rich history in the development of Christian education ministry and Christian higher education. Current active membership is over 275 Christia
dership resulting in a better quality of life for all.

Y and the Tri-State area. Funded in part by a grant from the Kentucky Arts Council, a state agency of the Education, Arts and Humanities Cabinet. Exhibits are free a
r 400 business organizations from Oldham and surrounding counties. Its purpose is to assist commercial activities in Oldham County, while enhancing the quality of life of o

ents, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni that recognizes and encourages superior scholarship, leadership, and exemplary character. Membership in ODK is a mark

ducation in the area of information technology and end-user information systems. OSRA provides a platform for dedicated professionals to meet and exchange ideas in the
ment of a favorable business climate that ensures the regional community's economic vitality.

more than 60 years. With over 900 members and an active Board of Directors, the Chamber has been able to accomplish a great deal for the community.
apters throughout the United States and Canada.

dividuals, businesses, industries, educators, and professionals who have joined together to accomplish as a group what they cannot do individually.
owered the Plantmix Asphalt Industry of Kentucky (PAIKY) to do business as a Corporation.
Seeking and voicing God?s Shalom Proclaiming the inclusive Gospel of justice and mercy Sharing in Christ?s work of compassion and love Witnessing the Spirit?s propheti
public policy advocacy, and education. Provides grants to programs addressing hunger and its underlying cuases in the U.S. and worldwide.
 ures women's faith through prayer and Bible study, works for justice and peace, supports the mission of the church worldwide and seeks to build an inclusive, caring com

 ng, building and repair of golf club s throughout the world and help our customers enjoy the game of golf by providing them with the best in custom-fitted golf equ
fessional society for the individual with the purpose of education and professional advancement. The majority of PGMS members are institutional grounds managers who work fo
tion for independent insurance agents.

sportation industry. RSSI continues to grow with over 225 member companies. Our primary effort each year is to organize and manage a trade show for our members to exh
t-for-profit organization comprised of individuals involved in all levels of production and distribution of paper and plastic products for the retail industry.
 rofit corporation. It is the goal of the Rocky Mountain Horse Association that the characteristics that are so desirable in this horse be enhanced through selective br
  promote business cooperation among members and between bottlers and the parent company.
 ng including the use of early lighting fuels and devices. Traces the origin and development of lighting through written articles, meetings and educational programs.

he needs and interests of executives in the onsite foodservice industry Our principal role is to enhance the ability of our members to achieve career and business obje
tional scholarly organizations. The mission of the ACLS, as set forth in its Constitution, is the advancement of humanistic studies in all fields of learning in th
 to be among the more than 520 professional SHRM chapters. Formed in 1957, the chapter is comprised of over 200 human resource professionals in the Lexington-Bluegrass area

ociation devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 190,000 individual members, the Society serves the needs of HR professionals by providing the most esse
e most essential and comprehensive set of resources available. In addition, the Society is committed to advancing the human resource profession and the capabilities of all

and networking opportunities.

demy of Criminal Justice Sciences SCJA is a professional association serving criminal justice educators researchers practitioners and students committed to the ong

mmunications technologies.
ategies and ideas for doing all that needs to be done. One resource that states have counted on since 1933 is The Council of State Governments. Leaders know they

behalf of Thoroughbred owners and breeders.

ates of America, promoting the pursuit of excellence from the grass roots to the Olympic Games, based on a foundation of fair, safe competition and the welfare of i

stablished by a small group of cavalry officers in 1885 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. The Armor Association's charter is: to preserve and foster the spirit, the traditi
 t, and the promotion of the sport of dressage.
ndicapping players and to standardize the rules of the game in the United States. The founders' objective was to raise the game to the status of a recognized American s
roughout 30 countries! The United States has over 600 individual Clubs spread throughout 48 states and the Virgin Islands, with more than 12,000 members.
roughout 30 countries! The United States has over 600 individual Clubs spread throughout 48 states and the Virgin Islands, with more than 12,000 members.

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