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McShane appointed agent at Farm Bureau

Sean D. McShane has been appointed as an agent at the Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance Agency in Oldham County. McShane’s appointment was announced in Louisville by John Sparrow, vice president of agency support and marketing for Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance.McShane attended the University of Louisville. He enjoys spending time with his daughter, fiance and two dogs.In his new position, McShane will be calling on the residents of Oldham County to offer a wide variety of insurance coverage through Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance. He will be working with Agency Manager Lesia Barnhill and the staff in the Oldham County office located at 13206 W. U.S. 42, Suite 114 in Prospect, 228-0911.McShane joins a network of more than 300 Kentucky Farm Bureau agents statewide. The company founded in 1944, has offices in all of the commonwealth’s 120 counties.Farm Bureau markets a wide variety of insurance lines, from homeowner’s and automobile coverage to life and health insurance and retirement planning.The insurance services are affiliated with Oldham County Farm Bureau, one of the largest membership organizations in the county. Farm Bureau members have access to a variety of membership services, including discount buying programs, college scholarships, farm marketing and leadership development activities.Roederer names employees of quarter

Joshua Jaggers, correctional sergeant, has been named Supervisor of the Quarter for April through June at Roederer Correctional Complex.Jaggers has a positive attitude and is a problem solver. He takes the initiative in performing his job tasks. His co-workers noted that he is helpful and pleasant to everyone and creates a positive environment. He has excellent people skills and is always working to improve.Carolyn Grubb, office support assistant II, has been named Employee of the Quarter for the second quarter at Roederer.Grubb is a team player and is willing to assist the unit or institution whenever called upon. She is willing to go above and beyond in her daily job. She is able to work on multiple projects with minimal supervision while maintaining high standards of excellence. Because of her dedication and commitment to upholding the highest work standards, she was selected as Employee of the Quarter.Jazzercise announces new class schedule

Local Jazzercise instructor Cammy Ashby has announced her new schedule of classes.Ashby and her associate instructors, Terri, Patty, Kimberly and Laura teach 14 classes a week. The newest time is 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and the group has recently added new formats such as circuit training, body sculpting and express classes.For a full schedule, directions, pricing and descriptions of formats, visit www.crestwoodjazzercise.com. The workout program, which offers a fusion of jazz dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing movements, has positively affected millions of people worldwide. Benefits include increased cardiovascular endurance, strength, and flexibility, as well as an overall “feel good” factor. For information, call 265-0177.