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June 24, 2019

Main Street Monday!
Instagram Contest from National Main Street
In honor of the 4th of July, we want to celebrate
the patriotic spirit of your Main Street. Whether it
be fireworks, parades, barbecues, live music,
block parties, street fairs, or any other special
activity...we can't wait to see all that red, white and
Below are two easy steps to follow for a chance to
be featured on our social media:
Follow @NatlMainStreet on Instagram

1. Tag your photo/video with #MainStreetFourth and

We'll only share the submissions that follow the
above instructions.
Reminder: Reinvestments are due July 15th!
Remember to send them to

Our partner MACED has free audits right
now for all EKY businesses that qualify
as a SBA business (they can do a quick
questionnaire here to find out if they
qualify -

In recognition of the Fourth of July, the U.S.
Small Business Administration (@SBAgov) will
host a Twitter chat about how to start or grow a
business for veteran entrepreneurs on July 1,
2019. Join us and industry experts as we share
tips to help veterans and the military community
start, grow and expand businesses. Participate/
follow along with the hashtag, #SBAchat.
Monday, July 1, 2019
3:00 pm ET | 12:00 pm PT

Scottsville kicks off their summer music this week.

Along with many
other towns and
communities across
the nation Perryville
has received a
amount of rain. This
was the Chaplin
River this week just
out the Main St.

Happy Belated June Birthday
14 Teresa Mays—Beattyville
June 29 - Joslyn & The Sweet Compression Premier R&B/Funk/Soul

18 Rachel Alexander –Winchester

Kentucky Main Street Farmer’s Market

In the last 5 years markets have brought farmers and communities
together in Main Street communities. Several of these such as
Murray have had a downtown market for many years, but for others
this is a recent event. It is a great way to support our local small
business farmers and get people into our downtowns. This week we
are featuring some of the markets across the state.
Many items and farms at the market are certified by
our partner, the Department of Agriculture and are
labeled Kentucky Proud .
When you buy Kentucky Proud, you buy local food
that you can serve to your family with confidence.
You can find recipes, and products on their web-site
and sometimes right at the market!

A variety of items can be found at each of the markets,
to the right is a sampling from Covington.

Cynthiana is one of several communities
who have their market in several locations
to serve the community.

You can get a hot breakfast with local
products at Danville’s market and buy
something to cook or serve in when
you get home!

La Grange market complete with train (on left) excitement for
the those young and older.
London has acquired
new signage and the
market is held at their
wonderful multi-use
Pavillion in downtown.
Best fresh cheese
curds around ! They
also use their pavilion
for concerts and other
The University of
Kentucky also has a
number of resources
you can get.
Contact your local
UK extension office.

Middlesboro Farmer’s Market is
right on Main Street and is indoor
outdoor! Some vendors are always
set up in the indoor market, but in
the event of rain they can move all
the market inside! We love seeing
young shoppers!

Even bad weather can’t keep people away from Murray Main Street’s
award winning market!

Where you can
sample before you
Check out these beautiful eggs!
You don’t find these in the

The kids are in charge in this vendor booth
and they are serious about their sales! Way
to go Falwell Family and Papa’s Produce
Barn#KyProudFarmersMarkets @kentucky
@downtownmurray #murraymainstreet

Did you know WIC and Senior FMNP
can be used at your local markets? It is a
great way to help provide healthy food
for those in need.


Did you know KY Proud has a
special logo for Appalachia?
Do you know what
this rooster is made
from? Look closely.

We bet you had no idea that this many Main Street
communities have a farm market in their Main Street
district. There are some in the counties or just outside of
the district. From farm to table all on the same day!

More children selling and
buying at the market in

From Murray to Winchester it
doesn’t matter what side of
the state you are on, fresh
produce and artisan breads,
crafts, and more are worth
braving Mother Nature for.

You can also
find some great
t-shirts at the
market to help
you promote
your local

Planting seeds for the future in

Main Street America Community Member (formerly called Designated Member)
Dues: $375
This is the exclusive membership home for Accredited and Affiliate Main Street America programs. Members will be
automatically assigned to this level when they receive Accredited or Affiliate designation from their Coordinating
Program or the National Main Street Center. Membership at this level is a mark of distinction. It offers national
recognition and the right to enter into a sub-license with us to use Main Street America branding to promote their work.
General Member
Dues: $295
This membership is open to any individual or organization interested in accessing tools and resources for commercial
district revitalization. There are no requirements or reports associated with this level – just access to resources.
This is a great starter membership for those just starting a revitalization effort or working toward Accreditation.
Allied Member
Dues: $525
This category is for companies and consultants that provide products and services related to downtown revitalization
and economic development. Members will enjoy all the same great benefits as before including an exclusive Main Street
America Allied Member logo. Stay tuned for new sponsorship and promotional opportunities, available exclusively for
Allied Members.
Friends of Main Street (new level introduced this past winter)
Dues $95
This is a membership option just for individuals. It’s an opportunity for supporters of the Main Street movement to invest
in our work and gain access to some exciting benefits.

David Burch had a wonderful visit with Sandy Dunahoo,
Commissioner of the Department for Local Government. She
was the featured speaker at the Scottsville-Allen County
Chamber of Commerce breakfast. Sandy did an excellent job
explaining the DLG. Pictured: Donna Jones (David’s sister)
Sandy Dunahoo, and David.

National Register coordinator, Lisa Thompson, and I
with Perryville director, Vicki Goode and others about a
possible NR nomination. While we were in Boyle Co.
we visited with interim director, Dustin Duvall. Dustin
always has a smile on his face.

Caroline Reece, Maysville, has the best office and a
greatview of her community out her window. Staff architect, Erick Rawlings, and I had a great visit with her.
We even got a tour of
the new brewery and

Murray has it’s first mural downtown and it is lovely. It’s
located on the side of the Murray-Calloway County Board
of Realtors building. It features the oldest homes on Murray’s Main Street. The artist, Tom Jackson, says he included small details the community asked for and some of his
own personal touches.

Main Street London. Did you know Dreaming Creek is a
real place, not just their name.

Williamsburg will
be rocking this

A watermelon social, what a great idea in
Salyersville!! Great idea to R & D!

KYMS will be out of
the office beginning
July 4th until July
14th. There will be a
July 1st edition of
The next edition will
be on July 16th.
Please send anything
you would like to be
in MSM as soon as

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