PIONEER VILLAGE - Becknell Hall, the site of Pioneer Village City Hall, received a facelift courtesy of the Pioneer Networkers chapter of Business Networkers International (BNI).
The international BNI program is a business owners reference network with millions of members in over 10,000 chapters. Only one business owner from a specific type of business can be a group member.
The Pioneer Networkers, established in September 2004, have passed more than $1.3 million in referrals to local businesses.
To thank the City of Pioneer Village for letting the group meet at Becknell Hall, Pioneer Networkers donated materials and time to touch up the facility.
The main meeting room was painted while new shades, curtains and portraits were added. The front lobby and the building front exterior were also painted.
The Pioneer Networkers meet each Wednesday morning, 7 a.m., at Becknell Hall except on holidays and school closings. Breakfast is provided. For more information call Pioneer Networkers President Chad Johnson at Remax, 418-2275, or group organizer Peggy Druin at State Farm Insurance, 955-9746.
Those assisting in the fix-up work included Bill Mason of Accurate Automotive, Rick Standafer of Standafer Roofing, Peggy Druin of State Farm Insurance, Joey Hutchins of Dent, Dings and Colors, Josh Stevenson of James Jewell Box, Dorleen Garrett of Arbonne International, Roman Haag of John Heffley Plumbing, attorney Timonty J. Salansky of Kenealy and Jacobi, Kevin A. Vittitoe of BB&T Banking, Ed Faulstick of Custom Computers and Consulting, Chad Johnson of Re/Max, Lisa Gregory of Gregory Chiropractic, Rob Ledington of Old National Mortgage, Joanna Doyle of Country Cabin Treasures, Penny McLaughlin of McLaughlin Financial Services, Jeff Lemr of SereneScapes Lawn Care/Nursery, Rebecca Way of The Way Agency, Toe Liu of Diamond Head Electric, Tammy Hancock of Insurance Options, Jeff Vittitoe of A.H. Vittitoe Heating and Cooling and Tomas Prinzo of Karing Kleaners.
Shepherdsville councilmember Trina Summers also assisted the group.