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Partnership for Floyd is a diverse group of citizens working to preserve and enhance the unique beauty and quality of life in the Town of Floyd and its surroundings. Since 2004 our members have worked hard to help improve downtown historical facades, pathways, and the Warren G. Lineberry Community Park. We produce community events and help with local projects.  As a non-profit 501c3 organization, we work closely with the Town Council and welcome input from all Floyd County residents.
For more about us, along with meeting and contact information, see our About page. To see what we’ve been doing, take a look at our Projects page.
For news and events, just scroll down this page

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Floyd Energy Fair 2017​SustainFloyd and Apple Ridge Farm are hoping to electrify adults and children with fascinating exhibits and fun at the first annual Floyd Energy Fair at Chantilly Farm on Saturday, July 15 from 10 am to 5 pm.  For more info go to http://bit.ly/2rlLztB

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Floyd Health and Wellness Fair 2017

Springtime is time to get healthy! Meet the wonderful folks of the Floyd Health and Wellness community when you join us at the first annual, comprehensive health fair in Floyd County.

Update: see a selection of photos from the Fair.

Blood pressure and skin spot exams, emergency & clinic services, Rolfing, Reiki, massage and chiropractic, children’s games, dance and Yoga, nutrition, herbal medicinal teas, acupuncture, nature discoveries, insurance and much more.  Practitioners from across the area will each have their own booth where you can get to know them. They will explain and give free samples of what they do to keep us healthy or fix us when we are ill.

The Health and Wellness Fair will take place on Saturday, April 1, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the new gymnasium at the Floyd County High School. There will be uplifting local music and dance, along with panels of professionals answering questions about common problems. The entire event is FREE!

Good food and drink will be available.  Free hugs, lots of learning and great conversations are guaranteed.

Here is a separate page with more information and a list of participants, which will be updated as more folks join in.

Calling Floyd Health and Wellness professionals of all traditions!

This is an amazing opportunity for community outreach. If you are interested in presenting your health-oriented business at the event, it is only $15 a booth and is free to non-profits.

For an application, please email PartnershipForFloyd@gmail.com or Pat Sharkey at tourismdirector@floydcova.org

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Christmas Parade 2016

The Partnership for Floyd decided to join our community to participate in the Christmas Parade on Sunday, November 27, 2016.  The theme was ” A Farmer’s Christmas.”

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Ken Cundiff (top) dolled up “Big Red”, his antique red flatbed farm truck. Mitch Cundiff rode shotgun and Karin Grosshans helped get the truck into parade position. Dede McGrath supplied stuffed animals & Jane Cundiff decorated the farm-cut local pine with red peppers, straw ornaments and lights. Barbara Pleasant added a Mrs. Christmas scarecrow.

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Kamala Bauers brought kazoos.

We had a fun time "playing" Christmas carols on the kazoos as we rode through town and waved to our Floyd friends & neighbors along the way.

We had a fun time “playing” Christmas carols on the kazoos as we rode through town and waved to our Floyd friends & neighbors along the way.

PFF members and parade participants. Left back = Ken Cundiff, Tim Smith, Barbara Pleasant, Randal Wells. Front left = Dede McGrath in her cow outfit, Marjorie Wellos, Durga the dancing poodle, Liz Warriner, Jack Wall and John Hopkins

PFF members and parade participants. Back row, left to right: Ken Cundiff, Tim Smith, Barbara Pleasant, and Randall Wells. Front row, left to right: Dede McGrath in her cow outfit, Marjorie Wells, Durga the dancing poodle, Liz Warriner, Jack Wall, and John Hopkins

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