March 21, 2006
Virginia Knorr Birney had astute observations about where her life path would take her as early as ninth grade. She wrote a career book titled "Art as a Career" and in it she mentioned "delving into pamphlets and written matter about art as a career. " She considered the life of an artist and an artist's work as well as what impressed her about what she read. She then connected these observances back to herself. At the end, she wrote, "to conclude I think I may go into some field related to art or just keep it as a hobby and find another career.
March 30, 2012
Kids Can Do Pediatric Therapy Center, a service of Ephraim McDowell Health, is sponsoring Camp Can Do, a summer day camp for children with special needs. The camp will be held over a two-week period with the first week reserved for campers ages 5 to 10 and the second week reserved for campers ages 11 to 20. “Camp Can Do is the only local summer day camp for children with special needs,” said Vanessa Hazelwood, a licensed occupational therapist...
September 6, 2007
Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center recently announced its Kids Can Do Pediatric Therapy Center is moving to 440 Whirl-A-Way Drive on the west side of Danville. Kids Can Do will begin offering services at the new location on Monday. Kids Can Do Pediatric Therapy Center opened on Daniel Drive in June 2006 as the only dedicated pediatric therapy center in south central Kentucky. The center provides physical, speech and occupational therapy services to newborns through age 21. Licensed therapists who will treat patients at the facility include Lisa Dreager, an occupational therapist and hippotherapy clinical specialist; Tammie Jo Moore and Melissa Ingram, occupational therapy assistants; Leslie Hardman, occupational therapist; Beth Vandivier, physical therapist; Jennifer Foster, physical therapy assistant; and Nikki Wright, Mandi Back, Cheryl Faul and Stacie Williams Herron, speech language pathologists.
July 18, 2010
Daniel and Diana Boehringer of Cincinnati, Ohio, announce the engagement of their daughter, Molly Marie Boehringer to Alexander David Sanders, son of David and Jeanine Sanders of Danville, Ky. Molly is a 2004 graduate of Xavier University and is an occupational therapist for Mercy Hospital in Cincinnati. Alexander is a 2001 graduate of Danville High School and a 2005 graduate of Xavier University with a bachelor of arts degree in history. He is an elementary school teacher in the Princeton City Schools.
September 26, 2010
Boehringer-Sanders Molly Marie Boehringer and Alexander David Sanders were married 5 p.m. Aug. 21 at the home of the bride’s parents in Harrison, Ohio. Paige Lutz of Danville served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Jenny Gandenberger, Ginger Jones, Stephanie Wellen and Tricia Wirthwine, all of Cincinnati. Best man was Gary Boehringer of Cincinnati. Groomsmen were Adam Frazier and Adam Metzger, both of Cincinnati, David Lutz of Danville and Matthew Osborne of Lexington.
June 11, 2009
Clark Regional Medical Center held an open house Wednesday to showcase their new sleep lab and children's therapy center, which are located behind the hospital at 205 Floyd Clay Drive. Physical therapist Amy Dennis, left, and speech pathologist Cassie Davidson, right, work with Ryder Sexton during the open house of the Children's Therapy Center. Waiting to greet visitors are, background from left, Christie Schaefer, speech pathology student; Bridgette Blackburn, speech therapist and center coordinator; Ashleigh Toy, occupational therapist; and Beth Sexton, rehabilitation technician.
June 22, 2006
Marriage licenses recorded in the office of County Clerk George O. "Sonny" Spoonamore IV in the Lincoln County Courthouse. Keesha Lynn Saylor, 26, Crab Orchard, homemaker, to Robert Josef Baier, 24, Waynesburg, self-employed. Glenda Lee Denny, 44, Stanford, factory, to Donald Howard Smith Jr., 46, Stanford, Garica Construction. Amy Dawn Denney, 24, Stanford, Trim Masters, to Randy Scott Craig, 32, Stanford, Trim Masters. Jamie Mae Cochran, 22, Waynesburg, homemaker, to Phillip Donnie Lane, 31, Waynesburg, truck driver.
February 28, 2008
Wal-Mart announces that Stanford native Nick Bertram has been promoted to Regional Operations Support Director, serving the state of Ohio. Prior to this new position, Bertram was the Market Human Resources Manager for the Louisville-metro area, and previous to that as a store manager for a supercenter. He has risen through the ranks, joining the company as a part-time stocker while attending college. In his new role, Bertram will report to the VP/Regional General Manager for Ohio, and will serve as a liaison between the home office and the field.
July 14, 2004
McDowell Wellness Center has used horses for several years as part of its rehabilitation program for pediatric patients. The concept is known as hippotherapy. The Wellness Center is enhancing its hippotherapy program by relocating it from the Wellness Center to a nearby stable. McDowell Wellness Center's hippotherapy services are provided at a stable on Cliffside Farm, located on Chenault Bridge Road just off Ky. 34 in Garrard County. The stable, owned by Blair Cunningham, is within 10 miles of the Wellness Center.
June 6, 2008
Eight years ago, Ginny Birney was coping with breast cancer, and that involved dealing with the psychological as well as physical effects of the disease and its treatment. "I wanted to get my head in a different place," said the Danville woman. "I wanted to do something to take my mind off the situation, something that could be restful and relaxing. " That something turned out to be stringing beads, something she had done sporadically and for both spiritual and secular reasons for many years but found it to be especially helpful in her battle against cancer.