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 1st Quarter Membership Meeting

The 1st quarterly KFSCA membership meeting for 2018 will be Monday, February 12, 2018 at Gustavo's Mexican Restaurant (6051 Timber Ridge Dr, Prospect, KY 40059). Registration will begin at 5:30 PM, EST, and the dinner will begin at 6:00 PM, EST.

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Meeting Agenda

      4:00 PM   Golf Committee Meeting
     4:30 PM   Board of Directors Meeting
     5:30 PM   Membership Meeting Registration
     6:00 PM   Dinner and Meeting

Registration Fees

  Through Feb. 5 After Feb. 5
Members $50/person $60/person
Non-Members $75/person $85/person






Registration fees include dinner.
Registrations received after February 5 will be charged the onsite price.

Register online or print and return this form with payment.




Earlier in the Session a bill was introduced that would have exempted Barns turned into event centers (for wedding receptions, etc) from the sprinklers required of A-2 structures under the building code. After much pressure, the bill was withdrawn. This bill is supported by the KY Farm Bureau.

Now the measure is in House Bill 360, sponsored by Rep. Suzanne Miles of Owensboro.  The bill is cleverly drafted and does not mention sprinklers. What they are planning is to say that because weddings can be held in these structures, they can fall under the Church exemption and not be required to have sprinklers. 

This is setting up for disaster. Most of these facilities are beyond water mains and far from hydrants. The bill would permit up to 400 attendees at these events. 

We are working with the Fire Service, Fire Inspectors, Architects and Pipefitters in opposing the bill. It is on the Senate Floor and action is pending. 

It is important that you and all of your employees contact your state senator and leave a telephone message to OPPOSE HB 360 to save lives. The telephone number is 502-564-8100. Ask the operator for the Senator's telephone number.

It is critically important that these calls go in. If you don't know who your state senator is, contact your local board of elections or clerk's office.

Find your Senator at:

Read the bill at: