Sunday, July 16, 2000
Kentucky People You Know
Events director completes training
FORT MITCHELL Monica Ginney, director of special events for the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, has graduated from the Institute for Organization Management.
The program, held at the University of Notre Dame, is presented by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and trains participants to handle the challenges of increased competition, greater member demands and tighter resources.
Insurance agent chairman-elect
BELLEVUE Shannon Desmond Walz has been installed as chairman-elect of the Young Agents Committee of the state's largest insurance trade association, Independent Insurance Agents of Kentucky.
Ms. Walz is a customer service agent with her family's agency, Desmond Bros. of Bellevue.
St. Luke gives Vision Awards
FORT THOMAS Harold Reis of Crestview Hills and Joan Snyder of Florence have been selected to receive the St. Luke Community Foundation Vision Award for their dedication to hospitals and promotion of good community relations. Mr. Reis has volunteered at St. Luke East for 18 years, and Ms. Snyder volunteers twice a week at St. Luke West.
Funeral directors elect president
WILLIAMSTOWN The Funeral Directors Association of Kentucky elected Dennis E. Stanley of Elliston-Stanley Funeral Home in Williamstown president of the association at the 118th convention in Louisville.
He was the association's president for 1999-2000. He has also served on the association's board as sergeant-at-arms in 1997-98, and for several years as the Northern Kentucky district director.
UK names winners of scholarships
Five area students will receive academic excellence scholarships from the University of Kentucky: Deren Boswell, a graduate of Perry County High School, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boswell Jr. of Florence; Joseph Knight, a graduate of St. Henry District High School, and the son of Joseph and Barbara Knight of Burlington; Stacy Martin, a graduate of Boone County High School, and the daughter of Douglas and Marilyn Martin of Florence; Sarah Tingle, a graduate of Conner High School, and the daughter of Fred and Melinda Neal of Burlington; and Jared Whalen, a graduate of St. Henry District High School, and the son of Wallace and Diane Whalen of Florence.
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