PUBLIC INVITED TO COMMUNITY VENTURES RIBBON CUTTING FOR BURTON'S HOME OCT. 25
On Wed., Oct. 25, Community Ventures, in partnership with the City of Fulton, the City of South Fulton, Fulton County, and Fulton County Detention Center, will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony in honor of the completion of a residence in Fulton for first-time homeowner, Ms. Ruby Burton. Burton’s home is the first Community Ventures-developed and financed residence to be constructed in Fulton.
In 2022, Community Ventures expanded homeownership services to Western Kentucky to help the region recover from the devastating tornados that struck the area in December of 2021.
In June 2023, Community Ventures and local city and county partners broke ground on one of the only new residences to be built in Fulton since 2008.
What: Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Burton's New Home:
Brenda Weaver, President of Lending & President of Western Kentucky Disaster Recovery
Ms. Ruby Burton, First-time Homeowner
Mark Welch, Director of Fulton-Hickman Counties Economic Development Partnership
Jim Martin, Fulton County Judge/Executive
Jeffrey L. Vaughn, Vice Mayor of Fulton
Joyce Gray, South Fulton City Manager
Wednesday, October 25 at 1:00 p.m. CST
Burton's New Residence
406 Jefferson Street
Fulton, Kentucky 42041
About Community Ventures: Founded in 1982 as a community-based, non-profit organization, Community Ventures (CV) strengthens communities and improves the overall quality of life for Kentuckians by supporting job creation, small business ownership, and home ownership. CV is headquartered in Lexington with branch locations in Bowling Green, Campbellsville, Louisville, Mayfield, Millersburg, and Owensboro. For 21 consecutive years, CV has been named Microlender of the Year by the Kentucky Small Business Administration.
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