Southern Pines Resort invites you to spend a beautiful, warm winter season at our family-owned and operated RV & Mobile Home Resort. We are centrally located within a short drive to either coast, one hour from Orlando, Disney, Sea World and other attractions. Many of Florida’s finest lakes for boating and fishing are minutes away. Several attractive golf courses are nearby.
Our Resort is spread 45 acres with large lots for RVs, Park Models and Mobile homes. It is a beautifully landscaped first-class Resort with something for everyone. Whether you enjoy activities ranging from painting, crafts, horseshoes, bingo, seasonal entertainment…. plus more, or whether you prefer kicking back with a good book and the gorgeous sunshine, Southern Pines has something for everyone!
We have monthly and seasonal rates available. Please visit our website at www.southernpinesresort.net or call 863-635-5713 for information and reservations. It’s time to escape the winter cold and enjoy yourself at Southern Pines Resort!
Check out their website. This is where Becky & I spend January and February. Would like for you to join us!!
Shane Spicer: New Member of Board of Directors
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and give you some background of my life experiences. I am a lifelong resident of Scott County; born in Fort Thomas, Kentucky (a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio) my parents moved to Scottsburg when I was three years old.
I graduated from Scottsburg High School in 1994. As many young adults, I was not sure what career path I wanted to follow. Immediately out of High School, I enrolled at Ivy Tech Community College to study engineering technology. Continuing to be undecided on which career path to travel, I attended IU Southeast for a couple of semesters, before returning to Ivy Tech. In the fall of 1998 I was fortunate enough to gain employment at Saegesser Engineering, as an AutoCAD Technician.
I knew after a few months of working a Saegesser Engineering that I finally found the career that I wanted to follow, and in the fall of 2001 I enrolled at the University of Louisville to pursue a degree in Civil Engineering. As primarily a part-time student, I continued to work at Saegesser Engineering while attending school.
In the spring of 2006 I received my Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, and in 2008 I received my Master of Engineering Degree. After completing my internship period after graduation, I successfully past the tests to practice Civil Engineering. I have been licensed as a Professional Engineer since December of 2010.
In 2008, I married my wonderful wife, Jennifer Rowell Spicer of Atlanta, Georgia. Jen and I have a two- year old son, Bradley Kash Spicer. We are eagerly expecting the arrival of our second son this August. Prior to the birth of Kash, Jen was a lifeguard and fitness instructor at the Scott County YMCA. At the present, Jen is a stay at home mom, but she does plan to return to work once our children are in school.
I have been blessed in many ways in my professional and personal life. Perhaps the most important lesson that I have gained with age is that with patience and persistence anything is possible; never take anything for granted and always try to view circumstances from all perspectives prior to Thank you for your time and consideration.
The Scott County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Belterra Casino and Resort will be the title sponsor and host for the 2012 Regional Expo.
Participating counties in the Regional Expo include Scott, Jefferson, and Switzerland counties in Indiana and Carroll county Kentucky. Each county will have an opportunity to host the expo on a rotating basis.
Belterra Casino and Resort is located in Vevay Indiana.
More than sixty regional businesses will be represented at the Expo to be held this fall.