July 23, 2006
Scholarships Georgetown College: Logan Alexander Atwood, daughter of Stuart B. Atwood and Patty Gover-Atwood of Stanford, has been awarded a Trustee Scholarship. Atwood, a 2006 graduate of Lincoln County High School, will receive the scholarship in the fall. The Trustee Scholarship is the top academic scholarship awarded at Georgetown College and is renewable for four years. Students receiving the scholarship were chosen based on GPA, ACT scores, and depth of involvement and leadership in activities.
August 6, 2006
Graduates Morehead State University: Charles Michael Asher of Danville, master of business administration; Justin B. Nichols of Danville, bachelor of business administration; and Brenda J. Settles of Danville, bachelor of social work. University of Louisville: Kristin L. Belcher of Danville, master of science in social work. Claudette E. Johnson of Danville, master of arts in teaching, secondary education. Stacy L. Price of Danville, master of science in social work.
May 30, 2008
Gayle and Teresa Shimfessel of Winchester are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Whitney J. Shimfessel, to Zach D. Mullikin. Zach is the son of Roger and Gayle Mullikin of Maysville. Whitney is a 2004 graduate of George Rogers Clark High School and is a senior at Morehead State University. She will graduate with a bachelor's degree in animal science in 2009. Zach is a 2000 graduate of Mason County High School and 2004 graduate of Morehead State University with a Bachelor of Science.
June 6, 2010
David and Evelyn Gander of Danville announce the engagement of their daughter Jennifer Carol Gander to Bryan Dennis Baker, son of Dennis and Kay Baker of Summerville, S.C. Gander is a 2004 graduate of Boyle County High School. A 2007 cum laude graduate of Clemson University, Clemson, S.C., she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biological sciences. She will graduate in August from the University of South Carolina, Columbia, with a Master of Science degree in public health and will begin doctorate of philosophy studies in public health in August at the University of South Carolina.