Wilderness Trace Community Foundation has named officers and new board members.
Phil Osborne will serve as chairman of the board, assuming the position following the term of Stanford attorney Virginia Carol Hill.
He is CEO of Preston-Osborne, a marketing communications and research company with offices in Lexington and Danville.
Alan Turbyfill, president, CEO, and chairman of the board of Kentucky Trust Co., will serve as vice chairman.
H. Vincent Pennington III of Sheehan, Barnett, Hays, Dean, and Pennington, PSC, will serve as secretary.
Joining the board are Jeff Moss, Garrard County Attorney since 1999, and Thomas R. Poland, vice president at Farmers National Bank. Other board members are Thomas A. Christopher, Hugh Coomer, Carol R. Conover, Jeannette Davis, Paul Elwyn, Virginia Carol Hill, Charles Keiser, David Land, Janie Pass and John R. Rodes.
An affiliate of The Community Foundation of Louisville, WTCF provides professional services to donors to raise endowments to benefit non-profit agencies in Boyle, Mercer, Lincoln and Garrard counties. WTCF donors last year granted over $76,000 in the form of scholarships and gifts to public charities.