May 17, 2013
Graduations Morehead State University - Rachel Susan Pittman, a graduate of Boyle County High School, graduated cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in diagnostic medical sonography. Her parents are Michael and Alycea Pittman of Danville, and her grandparents are James and Celesta Lawson of Danville. Union College - Morgan Ann Brown, of Waynesburg, bachelor of science in athletic training. Ryan Victor Young, of Waynesburg, bachelor of science in mass communications.
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 21, 2008
Asbury College is pleased to announce the addition of the master of social work degree. The M.S.W. degree will be offered beginning in August 2008. The program offers a concentration in child and family services preparing advanced professionals for service in both public and private settings. Dr. William Descoteaux, M.S.W. director, said the program "is a continuation of Asbury College's historic commitment to prepare persons to transform the world. Graduates of the master of social work program will provide support for children and families to grow toward their full potential and to experience meaningful and quality lives.
August 7, 2005
Hinkle-Ballard Allison Brooke Hinkle and Robert Hunter Ballard Jr. were married July 9 at Gethsemane Baptist Church by Clyde Strunk. Kendra Wise of Perryville was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Stephanie Riddley of Chatham, Ill., Lesley Slaughter of Salem, Ind., Jennifer Adkisson of Georgetown, Lucy Zgonc of Columbus, Ohio, Kelly Moore of Richmond, Jackie Dale of Bardstown and Nancy Lunsford of Old Hickory, Tenn. Madisen Hinkle of Stanford and Olivia Riddley of Chatham were flowergirls.
February 15, 2007
Bill Day and Chelsea Rose Hopkins, both of Crab Orchard, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jessica Marie Day to Joshua Wayne Fletcher, the son of Jean and James Atkins of Florence and Dallas and Billie Ann Fletcher of Stanford. The bride-elect, a 2000 graduate of Lincoln County High School, 2005 graduate of the University of Kentucky, is currently pursuing a Masters of Social Work degree at UK. She is employed by the University of Kentucky College of Social Work.
July 13, 2011
Beazley's great-granddaughters graduate from middle, high schools MacKenzie Greene and Kendall Greene, great-granddaughters of Jesse Beazley of Nicholasville, graduated from high school and middle school, respectively. MacKenzie Greene graduated from Lafayette High School in Lexington on June 4. Her parents hosted a graduation party that was attended by several people from Nicholasville, including James and Jeannie Beazley, Halee and Christian, Mark, Brenda Beazley, Jesse Beazley, Mickey Houp and granddaughter Samantha Thompson, and Presley Houp.
March 26, 2008
Laura Meyers occasionally receives phone calls in the middle of the night, but she doesn't mind the interrupted sleep. The senior is a volunteer for the Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center. Meyers, a social work major, completed three different practicums for her major. She has worked for the Center for Women and Children, the Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center and the Human Trafficking Task Force. As part of her practicum at the rape crisis center, Meyers was on call from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. a few nights per week.
June 15, 2006
Fourteen Jessamine County residents graduated from Asbury College on May 14. Those students who earned B.A. degrees were: Aaron Mark Barcelo, chemistry; Brandon Josiah Bigam, media communication; Larissa Anne Colich, health science; Timothy Stuart Gehring, business management; Bethany Lynn Hunter, psychology; James Redd Kerr, Bible theology, pre-seminary emphasis; Timothy Edward Morrill, financial mathematics; Phillip Scott Richardson, media communication;...