Keepsakes, June 14
Wofford College — Michael Louis Jones II, of Danville, received a bachelor of science degree in biology with a minor in business. He was also named to the spring dean’s list.
Rice University — Kevin Thomas Smiley, of Danville, recently graduated with a PhD in sociology from Rice University. He is the son of Paul Smiley and Patricia Smiley. He is a graduate of Danville High School and earned a bachelor of arts degree from Western Kentucky University and master of arts degree from the University of Memphis.
Dr. Smiley is now assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Campbellsville University — Kathleen Bonadio, a junior from Liberty; Cullen Byrne, a senior from Danville; Sara Coffman, a senior from Liberty; Brittany Conover, a freshman from Harrodsburg; Abigail Dean, a senior from Junction City; Elma Gamble, a freshman from Harrodsburg; Jonathan Grizzell, a junior from Stanford; Amanda Howard, a senior from Harrodsburg; Christy Ingram, a senior from Harrodsburg; Jonathan Jones, a senior from Salvisa;James Kuhn, a senior from Liberty; Jannah Milburn, a sophomore from Danville; Kyleigh Murray, a sophomore from Harrodsburg; Sandra Pennington, a senior from Harrodsburg; Amber Rakes, a sophomore from Harrodsburg; Seth Royalty, a senior from Burgin; Insco Rue, a freshman from Danville; Micah Satterly, a senior from Danville; Richard Saylor, a sophomore from Waynesburg; Cierra Southworth, a junior from Lancaster; Hannah Stratton, a junior from Parksville and Michael Tucker, a senior from Liberty.
Campbellsville University — Larry Holbrook, a freshman, from Hustonville; Adam Mobley, a freshman, from Harrodsburg; Tracey Whitenack, a freshman, from Harrodsburg; Jesalyn Bradford, a junior, from Harrodsburg; William Coffman, a junior, from Liberty; Destiny Monday, a junior, from Liberty; Trevor Short, a junior, from Harrodsburg; Chapman Bean, a senior, from Lancaster; Katherine Cappel, a senior, from Dunnville; Ashley Fowler, a senior, from Harrodsburg; Emily Fox, a senior, from Hustonville; Chelsea Gill, a senior, from Danville; Ashley Godbey, a senior, from Liberty; Jessica Hogue, a senior, from Liberty; Karey Sellers, a senior, from Liberty; Carli Souder, a senior, from Harrodsburg; Shelby Stringer, a senior, from Liberty; Maximillian Vitori, a senior, from Hustonville; and Gregory Wright, a senior, from Parksville.
EMRMC recent births
Recent births at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center include:
May 30 — A girl, Cadence Hope, to Crystal and Ben Carter. A girl, Sadie Grace, to Brittany and John Crutchfield of Danville. A girl, Valarie Paige Elizabeth, to Jessica Auletta of Harrodsburg.
May 31 — A boy, Kyler Jayce, to Rachel D. Stephens and David J. Harlan of Danville. A boy, Gabriel Aaron, to Samantha and David Branscum of Liberty. A boy, Chance Michael, to Jessica and Benjamin Crowe of Lancaster.
June 2 — A girl, Madison Camilla, to Yeraldin Maeteos-Reyes of Danville.
June 4 — A boy, Brantley Klyatt, to Kayla and Christopher Hicks of Junction City. A boy, Jaxon Kenneth Pierce, to Taylor Cheyenne and Daniel Chase McCullough of Danville.
June 5 — A girl, Kyla Adalyn, to Amanda Lee and Nicholas Martin Riley of Springfield.
Steel Challenge winners
The Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce recently held its first Chamber Steel Challenge, a target shooting event sponsored by Bluegrass Hearing Clinic. Teams competed in a timed team event. Cook’s Rookies took the competition with their team score of 245.93. Teams from throughout the area enjoyed the course at Sugar Creek Range.
Other sponsors were: Eye Protection Sponsor – Danville Eye Center; Concession Sponsor – Paps Foods LLC; Safety Station Sponsor – Wilderness Trail Distillery; Awards Sponsor – Blue Moon Insurance Agency; Steel Sponsor – The Spine Center; Stage Sponsors – Bob Allen Motor Mall, Doss & Horky, State Farm Insurance – Bob Miller, Agent, and Tye Financial Group.
The following individuals won door prizes: Pete McQueary, Ron Scott, Wilmer Cook, Brian Ellis, William Sheene, Bill Carter, Troy Talley and Justin Frakes. Those prizes were $25 gift card from Bragg About It Guns in Harrodsburg; $50 gift card from Infantry Arms and Surplus; $50 gift card from Curtsinger’s; and four $50 gift cards from Sportsman’s Warehouse.