TCHS Project Graduation thanks supporters

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Taylor County High School Project Graduation was May 23. The event was a huge success with a large majority of the senior class present. Our main goal was a night of safe fun for the seniors to enjoy with their fellow classmates after graduation. Thanks to so many sponsors in Campbellsville and surrounding areas, we had a tremendous selection of food, many enjoyable games, a free photo booth for the kids and prizes too numerous to mention. We also want to thank all the volunteers who generously gave their time to assist in any way at project graduation.

Thank you does not begin to show our appreciation for all of the donations we received, but we would like each donor to know it comes from the bottom of our hearts. Once again, thanks to every person or business who supported us in this endeavor.

Donors include:

Red and Black (up to $50)

District Court Judge Amy Anderson, Gaskins Heating & Air Conditioning Inc., Compton Smith Battery, St. Mark United Methodist Church, Matt Pendleton, Terry Hughes, Awaken Boutique, Mannsville Homemakers Club and Fiesta Mexico.

Bronze ($50 to $100)

Nunnery and Call, State Farm, Caulk Hardware, Wholesale Hardwood Interior, Burton Disability Advocates, P.C. Clark Supply, Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home, Cowherd Equipment, United Citizens Bank, Smile Center, Backyard World, Jessie Insurance, Hord Landscaping, Century Medicine, Melinda Barber DVM PSC, Bethel First Presbyterian Church, First United Methodist Church, Lillian Clark, Campbellsville Industries, The Kid SpOt Center, Insurance Associates Employee Benefits, Community Trust Bank, Fort Knox Federal Credit Union, Farmer's Gate Inc., Lyon-Dewitt-Berry Funeral Home, Lees Famous Recipe, Bertram, Cox and Miller LLP, The Animal Hospital, Taylor County RECC, Hansford Auction and Real Estate, Shiloh Church and Taylor County Homemakers Club.

Silver ($100 to $200)

Ed Gorin, Dr. Holly Davis, Wise Dentistry for Kids, Eastridge Phelps Pharmacy, Springfield Laundry, Ingersoll Rand, Lowell Avenue Baptist Church, Best Financial Services, Classic Kitchens of Campbellsville Inc., Ancil Reynolds Used Cars, Campbellsville Women's Club, Dr. Arthur Haley, Campbellsville Christian Church New Life Blood Class, Campbellsville Christian Church Christian Partners in Action, Woodlawn Christian Church, Campbellsville Lions Club, Nancy Turpin, Don Franklin Motors, Ronald and Charlotte Curry, Forcht Bank, Citizens Bank, Kentucky Utilities Co., Frost Arnett, American Legion Auxiliary Post 82, Frogge Family Medicine, McDonald's and Taylor County Bank.

Gold ($250)

Taylor County Tire Sales, Lindsey Wilson College, Campbellsville University and Elk Horn Baptist Church/Real Life Student Ministries.

Platinum ($500 and more)

Montebello Packaging Inc., Malt Beverage Ed. Corp. and Amazon.

Those who donated various items include:

Kentucky Krafter's Gallery, Candy Bouquet, Lifeline, Amazon, Taylor County Tire Sales, Rally's, Garcia's, Huddle House, Papa John's Pizza, Taco Bell, Brothers, Creek Side Restaurant, Colton's Steak House & Grill, Greensburg Pizza Hut, Magic Wok, Hometown Wireless, O'Reily Auto Parts, Wendy's, Arby's, Big Lots, Houchen's, Poncho's, Druthers, Sonic, Lee's Famous Recipe, McDonald's, Hardees, Burger King, Dominoes Pizza and Little Caesars Pizza.

Lastly, special thanks to Campbellsville Police Department and Officer Shannon Wilson, Dr. Kevin Richerson, Family Video, TCHS, TCMS, Kim O'Banion, Campbellsville Laundry, TCHS Wrestling Team, 104.1, 105.7, 99.9, TJ Consignment, Dollar General Store #1817, Central Kentucky News-Journal, Swan's Landing and Campbellsville/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.

TCHS Project Graduation Committee

President Gay Simmons

Vice President Alice Steele

Treasurer/Secretary Shannon Lee