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Home care business opens in Grayson, Ky.

GRAYSON, Ky. – On Nov. 16, FirstLight Home Care of the Foothills celebrated the official grand opening of its location in Grayson, Kentucky with a community event and ribbon cutting. The celebration took place at the Grayson Gallery Art Center.

Shadow and Rebekah Skaggs own the new FirstLight Home Care, which offers non-medical home care, companion care, and senior care services to residents of Grayson and the 12 surrounding counties.

FirstLight Home Care serves area seniors, new and busy moms, those recovering from illness, injury or surgery, and any adult who needs the support to remain healthy, happy and independent in the place they call home,” Rebekah Skaggs said. “FirstLight caregivers are available to assist with many needs from household duties such as cooking, cleaning, and running errands, to mobility assistance and dementia care.”

“We saw an unmet need in our community and wanted to ensure the underserved elderly and disabled populations were being cared for. Also, seeing friends and family struggle to find someone to assist in the care of their loved ones was something that weighed heavily on our hearts,” said Shadow Skaggs. “Rebekah and I were both born and raised in Grayson and we plan to always call this town our home.”

FirstLight Home Care of the Foothills provides non-medical home care services to the communities of Grayson, Ashland, Greenup, Morehead, Sandy Hook, Owingsville, Maysville, Vanceburg, Flemingsburg, Louisa, Owingsville and West Liberty.

CITY NATIONAL BANK: City National Bank will host the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce’s “Holiday Business After Hours” from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 7, at City National Bank, 1900 Third Avenue in Huntington.

Bon Appetit Catering will present a holiday appetizer buffet. RSVP by calling 304-525-5131.

For more information about City National Bank, visit

HUNTINGTON MALL: On Saturday, Dec. 9 at 1 p.m. at Macy’s Court in the Huntington Mall “Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice” will be shown on the holiday fashion show stage.

According to mall officials styles of holiday glitz and glamour and some of the industries trendiest stores will be showcasing great outfits for the gift giving and holiday parties.

See customer service for details or for more information on events and extended holiday hours, call 304-733-0492 or visit online at

RCBI: The Robert C. Byrd Institute (RCBI) in Huntington will host a free lunch learn on government contracting opportunities at noon on Tuesday, Dec. 12. RCBI and the Regional Contracting Assistance Center (RCAC) are partnering to present an overview that addresses RCAC’s services to assist West Virginia businesses so they can compete and win federal, state and local government contracts.

Sommer Straight, a marketing specialist at RCAC, will discuss the beginning steps of obtaining a unique DUNS number necessary to identify your business, explain how to register in the SAM electronic procurement system, review the bidding process, and seek contracts with federal, state, and local government agencies.

Because lunch will be provided, participants must register by 3 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 7 at

For more information, contact Jamie Cope at


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