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12/9/2016 - Central Kentucky Ag Credit Opens Office in Frankfort
Central Kentucky Ag Credit has officially opened a new branch location in Frankfort. The new office is now open for business Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. daily and is conveniently located on US 127.
11/2/2016 - Cole Mattingly Chosen as Loan Officer with Lebanon Ag Credit
Cole Mattingly has been chosen as Ag Credit Loan Officer in Lebanon. Cole has an extensive farming background and experience that is valuable to Ag Credit and its members.
7/15/2016 - Thomas Whitaker Named Accountant at Central Kentucky Ag Credit
Thomas Whitaker has assumed the positon of Accountant with Central Kentucky Ag Credit. He will work at the Administrative Office in Lexington, in coordination with Marcus Barnett, the Association's Chief Financial Officer. He has already assumed his duties with the member-owned financial cooperative.
5/6/2016 - Ag Credit holds Customer Appreciation Day
$21 Million Distributed Since 1998!
5/6/2016 - Bluegrass Music Kickoff
Bluegrass music fans gathered for great food and even better music at the annual Bluegrass Music Kickoff, where the event was originally scheduled for January, but winter weather delayed the event until March. All of the great Bluegrass musicians performed on the Ag Credit Music Stage. Ag Credit has been an active supporter of the Bluegrass Music Kickoff since 2009.
4/1/2016 - Ag Credit Declares Patronage Again; $2.6 Million Sent to Borrowers in Central Kentucky
Central Kentucky Ag Credit announced at annual meetings this week that member borrowers of the financial cooperative will receive approximately $2.6 million in patronage distribution. Members who did business with the cooperative in 2015 will receive money during March and April.
3/26/2016 - 2016 Annual Meeting
Member-borrowers, directors, staff and their families gathered on February 22 and 23 for the annual meeting of the Central Kentucky Agricultural Credit Association. The regional meetings were held in both Lexington and Danville, this marks the 82nd year of the Association.
3/22/2016 - Customer Appreciation Day is April 4: Patronage Distribution of $2.6 Million
Central Kentucky Ag Credit will hold a Customer Appreciation Day on April 4. Patronage distribution of $2.6 Million will be paid to member-borrowers in April, for the 2015 operating year. Since 1998, Central Kentucky Ag Credit has returned over $21 Million to Ag Credit member-borrowers throughout the Bluegrass region.
3/16/2016 - Woodsongs
The Kentucky Bluegrass Music Kickoff will be held March 18 & 19 at the Marion County High School.
3/11/2016 - Different Hats for Each Generation, Same Great Cooperative
The History of the Central Kentucky Ag Credit Logo
Many people wear hats to represent a brand they support, with the logo of their favorite team or company. Over time, hat styles change, and so does the logo that is stitched onto our favorite ball cap. Central Kentucky Ag Credit is no different. Digging through old, dusty boxes and discovering the different styles of hats, along with the change in logos, reveals a history of Ag Credit.
2/26/2016 - Nominating Committee Named by Ag Credit Membership for 2017
The 2017 Nominating Committee for the Central Kentucky Ag Credit Association has been elected and will consist of six individuals from the Association. These individuals were elected to serve during the Ag Credit Annual Meeting on February 22 and 23.
2/19/2016 - Courtney Tarvin Takes Marketing Post with Ag Credit
Courtney Tarvin has been named Marketing Coordinator with Central Kentucky Ag Credit. Her work with the association will include facilitation and coordination of the cooperative’s many marketing and communication activities.
2/12/2016 - Jeff Zinner Named Loan Officer with Lexington Ag Credit
Jeff Zinner has accepted a loan officer position with Central Kentucky Ag Credit and he will serve in the Lexington office of the association. He started his work with the association during mid-December.
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