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  • 1 Dec 2019 2:11 PM | Robin Miller (Administrator)

    How to Protect Your Home During Christmas!

    • Fresh trees are less likely to catch fire. Look for a tree with vibrant green needles that are hard to pluck and don't break easily from its branches. The tree shouldn't be shedding its needles readily.
    • Always place your tree away from heat sources like fireplaces, radiators, candles, heat vents, or lights, and keep the tree base filled with water to avoid a dry out.
    • Make sure all your indoor and outdoor Christmas lights have been tested in a lab by the UL or ETL/ITSNA for safety. Throw out any damaged lights.
    • Any lights you use outdoors must be labeled suitable for exterior placement. Be sure to plug them into a ground-fault circuit interrupter protected receptacle.
    • Keep all your holiday candles away from your Christmas tree, surrounding furniture, and decor.
    • Bedtime means lights off. Turn your Christmas tree lights off each night.
    • When your tree begins to drop its needles, it's time to say goodbye until next year.
    -American Christmas Tree Association

  • 12 Sep 2019 6:22 PM | Robin Miller (Administrator)

    2nd Annual Trade Show - NEXT WEEK - 9/20

    Get your offensive playbook going at our "tailgating" themed trade show next week, Friday, September 20. Save time and conduct all your research in one visit with 14 booths hosted by our Business Partners. Win prizes, like the wine basket below, courtesy of McDaniel Insurance; enter to win our grand prize Yeti Cooler, courtesy of Mutual of Omaha; enjoy the complimentary mimosa from Alliance Association BankRegister & Info. Here

    Meet Our New Executive Director

    Many of you have already probably met her, but the CAI-KY Board of Directors would like to welcome Robin L. Miller with NEST Community Marketing, who joins us as our part-time independent contractor Executive Director. She is making her rounds to meet with everyone, so be on the lookout or e-mail her at She is already making a positive impact working on sponsor cultivation, rolling out a new database and communication tool, and a new website, which will launch in October. Learn more about Robin

    Welcome New Member

    We're pleased to welcome the following new Business Partner member who joined last month. They are a law firm. Click on their logo or here to learn more about them

    Meet Miller Dodson, Platinum Sponsor

    Miller Dodson Associates, Inc. is nationally recognized as one of he leading firms in the Reserved Study field, serving community associations, resorts, country clubs and golf courses, religious institutions, and educational facilities throughout the United States, the Caribbean and Mexico. Read their article about the relationship with your business partners. (First appeared in CAI's Common Ground magazine.)

    Save the Date - Member Social Event

    We will be having a social event at Pinot's Palette on November 6. Register here.

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    Introducing Our New Database

    We have launched a new database platform called Wild Apricot, from which we will send e-blasts, customize your experience as a member, and create our new website. To login to your profile, set up your password, and update your information, Click Here

    Homeowners' Association Tips - Your Guide to a Landscaping Plan

    Perhaps your association is meeting to discuss your Fall planting and landscaping; maybe you're putting a proposal out of a new service partner. Read this article on creating your landscaping plan

    Click on the content below to learn more 

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