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September 26, 2016

Perry County Community Impact

Public Safety

30 Mobile Data Computers installed
Total Dollars invested- $841,632

Arts & Culture

2006-07 Arts Education Programs
Buckhorn Elementary – Zig Wajler
210 students in attendance

2007-08 Arts Education Programs
Buckhorn Elementary School – Kentucky Chautauqua Presentation (Price Hollowell), 110 students in attendance

2009 Arts Education Programs
Willard Elementary School – Kentucky Chautauqua Presentation (Mary Owens), 156 students in attendance
Viper Elementary School – Lexington Children’s Theatre (“Keeping Mr. Lincoln”), 144 students in attendance
Leatherwood Elementary School – Lexington Children’s Theatre (“Keeping Mr. Lincoln”), 177 students in attendance

Kentucky Appalachian Craft Council Member:
Glenna Wooten

2007 Kentucky Appalachian Craft Fair Exhibitor:
Lynda Wooten – Art of the Mountains
Glenna Wooten – Art of the Mountains
Billy & Wanda Baker – Baker Stained Glass
Nancy Kelly Allen – Art of the Mountains

Contacts:
Art of the Mountains of Hazard

Leadership

Developing and Implementing Community Strategies Program
Resource Identification Seminar (March 6, 2008)
Hosted Summit in Hazard (Dec. 4, 2008)

2013 Forward in the Fifth Appalachian Leaders in Education (AppLE) award winner
Educator (K-12 administrator)  – Jon Day, guidance counselor, Hazard High School

C-Train
10 grants totaling $136,818.35 were awarded to the following companies:

Kentucky River Community Care
Mountain Computer Service
WYMT-TV
Employee Resource Group
ARH
Perry County Coal Corporation
LKLP Community Action Council
Employee Resource Group

Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute
2009 Award Recipient
Paul D. Nesbitt, Owner – Nesbitt Engineering, Inc., with offices in Lexington, Hazard and Prestonsburg

Youth Program Participants

Rogers Scholars
1998 – Matthew Campbell
1999 – George Phero
2000 – Lee Caudill
2001 – Elizabeth Farle, Kelley Neace
2002 – Matthew Ray Vanover
2003 – Molly Housle, Shane Stewart
2005 – Srinidhi Reddy
2006 – Caitlin Housley, Jordan Davidson
2007 – Madison Mobelini
2008 – Candice Cornett, Sally Smith, Lauren Combs
2009 – Trevor Hylton
2010 – Divya Desai
2011 – Taylor Adkins, Haley Mullins
2012 – Mariah Tiller
2013 – Ray Dixon
2014 – Mahala Walker
2015 – Rebekah Vermillion
2016 – Katie Braswell, Marryn Mobelini, Laken Walker, Vada Miller

Rogers Explorers
2009 – Kelsie Handshoe
2012 – Hannah Melton
2013 – Rebekah Vermillion, Hannah Whitaker
2014 – Alex Vermillion, Nick Gibson, Katie Braswell
2015 – Autumn Cox, Hagan Hall
2016 – Noah Canady, Madison Eddington

Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute
2009 – Ethan Hamblin

Technology

CenterNET2 (Location / Contact:)
Hazard Community College First Federal Building / Tim Smith (606)436-5721 ext 7311
tim.smith@kctcs.edu
Hazard Community College J.M. Jolly Classroom Center/Tim Smith

County Information

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

 

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