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September 26, 2016

Lee County Community Impact

Public Safety

5 Mobile Data Computers installed
Total Dollars invested- $502,307

Arts & Culture

2006-07 Arts Education Programs
Beattyville Elementary – Zig Wajler
300 students in attendance

2007-08 Arts Education Programs
Southside Elementary – Kentucky Chautauqua Presentation (Henry Clay), 63 students in attendance
Beattyville Elementary – “Tell Me A Tale” (Sarah Evans), 145 students in attendance

2009 Arts Education Programs
Beattyville Elementary School and South Side Elementary School – Lexington Children’s Theatre play, “Keeping Mr. Lincoln,” 260 students in attendance

Leadership

Developing and Implementing Community Strategies Program
2008 Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) mini-grants
City of Beattyville – $14,400 (Plan development project)
Lee County – $10,000 (Plan implementation project)

2010 Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) mini-grant
Lee County Fiscal Court – $5,000 (to provide training for elected county and city officials)

C-Train
1 grant totaling $8,245 was awarded to the following company:
Kellwell Food Management

Excellence In Entrepreneurship Awards (EIEA) program

2007 Award Recipient
Not-For-Profit Entity
Wilma Kelly, executive director
Beattyville Housing and Development Corp. Inc., Beattyville, KY

Youth Program Participants

Rogers Scholars
1998 – Lisa Spicer
1999 – Joe Young
2001 – Jessica Gevedon , Sara Jennings
2002 – Rachel Chambers, Jesse Hollon
2003 – Blake Brandenburg
2004 – Kendra Savage
2005 – Jerome Hollon
2006 – Jimmy Chambers
2007 – Candy Brandenburg
2008 – Chris Noe
2009 – Kaylee Stickler
2010 – Natalie Land
2011 – McKaylyn Combs
2012 – Ja Cinda Warner
2013 – Samantha Estes
2014 – Austin Bailey
2015 – Noah Combs
2016 – DeAnna Deaton

Rogers Explorers
2009 – Katelyn McGraw
2010 – Ashley Gibson, Savanna Noe
2011 – Leonard Dakota Ross, Taryn Macy Combs
2012 – Avery York
2013 – Anna Christina Tudor, Ethan Smith
2014 – Ellen Jennings, Gram Durbin, Mollie Johnson
2015 – Haley Mays, Lauren Perdue, Taylor Roberts
2016 – Alex Schott, Madison Begley, Emily Reed, Kathryn Bowman

Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute
2007 – Billy Estes
2012 – Savanna Noe
2016 – Aaron Warner

County Information

Cabinet for Economic Development Data Center – Lee County
Kenucky’s 2010 Census Demographic Profiles (released May 5, 2011)

 

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