1. Mr. O’Driscoll called the meeting to order and welcomed guests, Rebecca Rose, Scott Flener, Ashley Johnson, Lisa Rhoades, Kimberlea Embry, Angie Arnold, and Shilo Ringl.
Four Butler County High School students have been recommended by faculty/staff members for December student of the month honors based on attendance, promptness to class, participation in class, grades or attitude. These students are Matthew Embry, Brittany Bingham, Danny Cowan, and Leslie Pace.
The U.S. Department of Education awarded a federal Transition to Teaching grant to the Green River Regional Educational Cooperative on behalf of 20 of its 36 member districts and their 96 schools in 2009. The third cohort begins work in June 2012.
The Butler County Family Resource and Youth Services Centers would like to thank everyone that played a part in providing “Butler County Christmas Toys for Tots” for children in Butler County. It is amazing how this small county cares and gives so much.
The Fisher House at Fort Campbell, Kentucky was the destination of the Green River Society Children of the American Revolution on December 21. Wendy, the director, so graciously gave us a tour of the facility.
Anyone interested in donating money to help Chad and Carmen Flener and their kids, who lost their home in a fire yesterday, before January 1 can bring their gift by MCC tomorrow [Saturday December 31] between 2 & 5pm. You will also have the opportunity to give throughout January at MCC.
Please join us for a celebration of the recent marriage of James and Susan Blancett on January 6, 2012 at the home of Raleigh and Shirley Blancett. The celebration will start at 6:00pm and all family and friends are invited.
Approximately 12 ladies of Cool Springs Church came on November 30th and decorated the whole house including bringing a Christmas tree and decorating it with the ladies.
Morgantown Care and Rehab hosted several Christmas parties during the holiday season. The lobby was full of residents, families, and friends waiting for the arrival of Santa, and they were not disappointed.
Ten students from Butler County Middle School took the stage on the last day of the fall term, Tuesday, December 20, and only one was remaining at the conclusion of the school's annual geography bee.