Ground broken and trails blazed for Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky

Messenger Staff Report

The Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky broke ground for its new building located at 436 West 13th Street in Covington, Dec. 15 at 11 a.m. (From left to right) Jude Hehman, CEO of Furlong Building; Mike Sutton, attorney; Kim Webb, executive director, ESNKY; Jon Draud, Kenton County Commissioner; Emily Toebbe, vice president, ESNKY Board of Directors; Kris Knochelmann, Kenton County judge executive; Divine Providence Sister Janet Bucher; Jamie Weaver, president, ESNKY Board of Directors; Brent Cooper, president and CEO of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Emma Adkisson, architect, PCA Architecture. Also present were Steve Hensley, director, Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Joe Shriver, county administrator and a representative from St. Elizabeth Healthcare.