Scrapbook Sept. 7, 2016
Published 10:20 am Friday, September 9, 2016
2016 Cocanougher Reunion
Back Row: Tim Hawkins, David Hardin, Birbon Elliott, Kaye Elliott, Neil Adams, Wilma Glasscock, Pamela Chaples, Michael Money, Lois Cocanougher, Bruce Cocanougher, David Burns, June Ison, Sherrie Cocanougher, John Cocanougher, Burton Hatchett
3rd Row: Matt Moore, Anne Hardin, Kim Hawkins, Beulah Cocanougher Jones, Renee Bledsoe Adams, Janice Russell Purdy, George Duncan, John Locklin, Logan Burns, Leslie Erin Burns, Larry Ison, Joanne Cocanougher, Denny Cocanougher, Bonnie Hatchett
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2nd Row: Tony Chaples, Celeste Moore, Esther Money, Mary C. Locklin, Darethea Burns, Billy Burns, Lynn Crain, Vicki Crain, Mike Crain
Front Row: Jimmie Cocanougher, Pearl Cocanougher, Ruth Duncan, Leanne Randolph, Scotty Cocanougher Clenney, Pat Cocanougher, Stewart Cocanougher, John Cocanougher, Bill Jones
Cocanougher Reunion Descendants 2016
Back row: Pamela Chaples, Michael Money, Bruce Cocanougher, David Burns, June Ison, John Cocanougher, Burton Hatchett
2nd row: Wilma Glasscock, David Hardin, Anne Hawkins, Esther Money, Mary Locklin, Logan Burns, Billy Burns, Lynn Crain, Denny Cocanougher, Bonnie Hatchett
Front row: Jimmie Cocanougher, Celeste Moore, Ruth Duncan, Leanne Randolph, Scotty Cocanougher Clenney, Stewart Cocanougher, Beulah Cocanougher Jones, John Cocanougher, Mike Crain
Paint Lick Elementary School
The fourth and fifth grades students at Paint Lick Elementary School participated in the Blue Grass Chemical Stockpile Outreach program recently. The agency is located in Richmond and presents authentic, hands-on presentations designed to help students experience real-life applications of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and social studies. The presentation objectives correlate with national, state and local standards for primary through 12th grades. The education outreach specialist, Ms. Siobhan Adkins — a certified, experienced teacher — tailors each presentation to inform students about the history and science behind the safe destruction of 523 tons of mustard and nerve agents stockpiled at the depot.
Taylor Stewart receives scholarship
The American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) is proud to announce Taylor Stewart as the Jewell L. Taylor National Undergraduate Scholarship recipient. The Taylor Scholarship was established through a generous bequest from Jewell L. Taylor, a dedicated family and consumer sciences professional for more than 50 years. She held positions as a county home demonstration agent and utility home economist, continuing her interest in AAFCS until her death. Each year, one deserving college student is awarded this prestigious recognition and scholarship.
Stewart, a Danville native, is currently enrolled as a sophomore in the Honors College at Western Kentucky University. She will graduate in December 2017 with a Family and Consumer Sciences degree, with a focus in education. Taylor serves as an intern for the Kentucky State Supervisor for Family and Consumer Sciences Education and the Kentucky State Adviser for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. Throughout this internship, she has gained experience working directly with students and future colleagues.
Stewart is a member of numerous professional and student organizations including the Kentucky Association of Teachers for Family and Consumer Sciences; the National Association of Teachers for Family and Consumer Sciences; the Kentucky Association of Career and Technical Education; the Association of Career and Technical Education; the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences; Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Alumni and Associates; Phi Upsilon Omicron; and the Western Kentucky University Family and Consumer Sciences Education Club, of which she is the President. These organizations have provided Taylor with opportunities for developing as a professional, networking, and giving service.
Additionally, Taylor is a member of Eastside Church of Christ. She teaches Bible classes to children and is involved in the planning and implementation of a WKU campus study. She also participates in numerous activities to recognize, report, and reduce cyberbullying. Taylor plans to teach Family and Consumer Sciences in a high school setting and advise a FCCLA chapter. Her goal is to one day serve as the Kentucky FCCLA State Adviser.