Partners & Affiliations

Our Partners



Working in partnership with business owners, property owners, local institutions, government partners, residents and others, the Main Street Program tackles projects that encourage growth and revitalization of the downtown - - the heart of the community. 

Harrodsburg Mercer County Tourist Commission


Karen Hackett, Executive Director
488 Price Avenue | Diamond Point

Twitter: @harrodsburgky

Mercer County Chamber of Commerce


Jill Cutler, Executive Director
1150 Danville Road, Suite 100 | 
Conover Education Center for Campbellsville University
Twitter:  @MercerChamber
Instagram:  Mercer_chamber

Mercer County Industrial Authority


​Mike Willand, Executive Director

488 Price Avenue | Diamond Point


Arts Council of Mercer County


Sarah Torbert, Executive Director

120 South Main Street​

​Twitter:  @mercerartsky 


Affiliations and Memberships

Main Street America


The Movement - Collectively, the Main Street movement is the leading voice for preservation-based economic development and community revitalization across the country.

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Kentucky Main Street


Since 1979, the Kentucky Main Street Program has been a successful addition toward reversing the economic decline in Kentucky's downtowns, both small and large. Participation in this program requires local commitment and financial support

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James Harrod Trust


The James Harrod Trust serves as the Preservation Advocates for Harrodsburg and Mercer County.  

Harrodsburg First supports their efforts through membership and collaborative efforts to protect the historic and cultural resources of our community.

Chairman, Jerry Sampson Twitter:  @jamesharrodtrust 

Harrodsburg Historical Society


Harrodsburg First is a proud member and supporter of the Harrodsburg Historical Society.  We applaud their work  to preserve and catalog our County's history and genealogy.

Friends of the Fort


Harrodsburg First is a member of the Friends of Fort Harrod.  Fort Harrod interprets the most historic site in the downtown, the first settlement of the western territories.