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October 25, 2014

Wayne County Community Impact

Public Safety

33 Mobile Data Computers installed
Total Dollars invested- $508,319

Arts & Culture

2006-07 Arts Education Programs
Turner Elementary School – Lexington Children’s Theatre (Rikki Tikki Tavi) two performances, 740 students total in attendance.

2007 Kentucky Appalachian Craft Fair Exhibitors
Debbie Tobbe (Sheltowee Artisan)
Bill Brumm (Sheltowee Artisan)
Jamie Brumm (Sheltowee Artisan)

2007-08 Arts Education Programs
Turner Elementary School – “Zig,” 386 students in attendance

2009 Arts Education Programs
Turner Elementary School – Kentucky Chautauqua Presentation (Todd Helm), 210 students in attendance

Kentucky Appalachian Craft Council Member:
Jamison Brumm (Sheltowee Artisan)

Leadership

2010 Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) mini-grant
Wayne County Fiscal Court – $10,000 (to develop a strategic plan for Wayne County and to hire a consultant to help with plan development and advise on implementation of parts of that strategic plan)

2011 Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) mini-grant
Wayne County Fiscal Court – $10,000 (to perform a study that details the impact and importance of Lake Cumberland)

2011 Forward in the Fifth Local Education Affiliate Program (LEAP)
$1,500 “Monticello-Wayne County Leadership Program Students from both school districts will be selected to participate in a career-readiness and service-learning program. Once a month, teen leaders will visit a local business or organization where they will job shadow, observe, and network with business professionals. They also will work together to complete a service-learning project.

C-Train
3 grants totaling $44,988 were awarded to the following companies:

Fantasy Custom Yachts
Monticello Banking Co
Belden Wire and Cable

Youth Program Participants

Rogers Scholars
1998 – Brian Catron, Matthew Turner
1999 – Andrew Abbott, Mandy Webb
2000 – Dennis Guinn, Byron Sims
2001 – Amy Abbott
2002 – Natalie Denney
2003 – Jessica Chaney
2004 – Kala Means, David Hughes
2005 – Tyler Choate, Ryan Turner, Marc Webb
2006 – Allie Parker
2007 – Beth Pyles
2008 – Jarrod Ingles, Emily Eicher
2009 – Blake Adams, Victoria Rose
2010 – Dillon Staples, Allison Hicks
2011 – Landry Woods
2012 – Cheyenne Chaney, Daniel Bertram
2013 – Carson Staples
2014 - Rachel Bertram, Davis McCracken, Reagan Roberts, Molly Dalton 

Rogers Explorers
2007 – Kelsey Cooper, Tim Dishman, Jackson Massengale,
2008 – Allison Hicks, Renee Bell, Dillon Staples
2009 – David W. Cole, Austin Kirksey, Landry Woods, Matthew Hutchinson
2010 – Daniel Bertram, Matthew Bertram, Katie McFarland, Kaitlin Roberts
2011 -  Carson Staples, Nicholas Kidd, Brett York, Caleb Rose, Kaitlyn Crabtree, Peyton Woods
2012 – Molly Dalton, Kylie Jones, Reagan Roberts, Dillan Penney. Rachel Bertram, Davis McCracken
2013 – Dalton Carter, Kelsay Marcum, Benjamin Rose, Natalie Humble, Caroline McCracken
2014 – Hunter Davis, Kyle Skeese

Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute
2006 – Shannon Anderson, Jessica Leber, Kala Means
2008 – Blake Adams
2009 – Allison Hicks, Dillion Staples
2010 – Austin Kirksey, Landry Woods, Ameka Menes
2011 – Daniel Bertram, Matthew Bertram, Abigail Perkins
2012 – Carson Staples, Brett York, and Devin Morrow

County Information

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

Elected Officials

The Kentucky Legislature
City officials (Use the “Find a City” tool on the left side of the page)
County officials (Select your county from the drop-down menu at the top of the page)
U.S. House of Representatives (Use the “Find Your Representative” tool at the top right of the page)
U.S. Senate (Use the “Find Your Senators” tool at the top right of the page)

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