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Education

  • FFA chapter attends state convention

     

    Taylor County High School's Future Farmers of America chapter attended the Kentucky State FFA Convention at Rupp Arena in Lexington on June 7-9.

    Those who competed were Brittany Gaddis, Cody Bowling, Robby Wilkerson, Jodie Phillips, Erin Underwood, April Biggs, Angella Farmer, Katie Fergerson, Diego Bustinza, Matt Christie and Winnie Cheuvront.

    Rikki Phillips received second place in small animal entrepreneurship. Cody Morgan received third place in forage production entrepreneurship.

  • TCHS students attend FFA camp

     

    Taylor County High School Future Farmers of America chapter members attended the 75th year of FFA camp in Hardinsburg recently.

    Ten members attended. They were Brittany Gaddis, Erin Underwood, Samantha Buckman, Mariah Malone, Cynthia Frank, Winnie Cheuvront, Hannah Hall, Mason Arnold, Weston Sullivan and Cody Bowling.

    There were 310 total members at camp. Each day was full of activities and learning opportunities, including a team building rope course.

  • Library announces art contest winners

     

    The Taylor County Public Library and its Friends group recently hosted the fourth annual art contest and display.

    The contest was open to children of all ages. There were 160 entries by children who completed an art project based upon their favorite book.

    The art contest was judged by Taylor County Elementary School art teacher Jeff Walker.

    Each child submitting a project received a ribbon. The library donated art books for each first- through third-place winner and honorable mention in six grade categories.

    Winners were:

  • Students graduate from leadership institute

     

    Three Campbellsville residents recently graduated from The Center for Rural Development's Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute.

    Caleb Wigginton, Katelyn McMahan and Mollie Williams graduated in a ceremony on Friday, June 17.

    As part of the program, students worked in teams to craft a business concept for an outdoor recreation and entertainment facility targeting 18- to 40-year-old adventure enthusiasts, tourists and families in the Lake Cumberland area.

  • Cattlemen's association offers scholarship

    The Kentucky Cattlemen's Association has been a long-time supporter of youth across the state through Future Farmers of America, 4-H and scholarships. KCA has two education scholarships available funded by the Kentucky Cattlemen's Foundation.

    The KCF Youth Scholarship started in 1991 and has provided $74,000 in scholarship funds to students across Kentucky. Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to one graduating high school senior from each of the five KCA regions. Applicants must plan to major in agriculture or an agriculturally-related subject.

  • Cattlemen's association offers scholarship

    The Kentucky Cattlemen's Association has been a long-time supporter of youth across the state through Future Farmers of America, 4-H and scholarships. KCA has two education scholarships available funded by the Kentucky Cattlemen's Foundation.

    The KCF Youth Scholarship started in 1991 and has provided $74,000 in scholarship funds to students across Kentucky. Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to one graduating high school senior from each of the five KCA regions. Applicants must plan to major in agriculture or an agriculturally-related subject.

  • TC students graduate from youth leadership program

     

    While other students were taking a summer break from classes, Taylor County students Cooper Hall and Grant Cox were putting their math, science and technology skills to work at The Center for Rural Development's Rogers Explorers program.

    The rising ninth-grade students received real-life experiences in some of the industry's leading professional careers and developed critical leadership skills as the region's next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs.

  • CU students serve in missions, ministry over summer break

    Christina L. Kern

    Campbellsville University

    Nearly 70 Campbellsville University students are spending at least part of their summer in missions and ministry. Whether the student is interning in a church, going on a mission trip or working at a summer church camp, students from CU are all over the world preaching the name of Christ.

  • Leaving for Camp

     

    More than 75 children from Campbellsville and Taylor County left Tuesday, June 28 for 4-H Camp at Lake Cumberland. Parents waited by the buses to say goodbye. Amanda Sublett is the Taylor County Extension Agent for 4-H and Youth Development.

  • Local students participate in 'Spur of the Moment' workshop

     

    Students in fourth through eighth grades participated in a "Spur of the Moment" Improv Workshop at Campbellsville University's Russ Mobley Theater on June 20-24. All of the students were from Campbellsville except Samantha Mangan from Indiana.