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Employee Spotlight – Myles Young, Director of Media

We welcome Myles Young, Director of Media.  Myles will be the guy with the big smile, snapping pictures of everyone and everything that is going on during Family Weekend!  He comes from a family (he is a triplet– all boys!) of photographers and videographers. Myles is already demonstrating his great skills with a full-page ad […]

Employee Spotlight – Susan Pagel, R.N., Director of Health Services

We welcome Susan Pagel, R.N., our new Director, Health Services.  Susan is a seasoned nurse with solid management experience in the Hospital setting as Charge Nurse, Psychiatric Nursing and as a successful business owner.  She comes with highest recommendations for her skills, her level of dedication to her patients and her great personality. As a […]

Kevin’s Concert Review – Celtic Woman

We went to EKU Center on Saturday night May 6th, with three great staff to see the Celtic Women. They are three Irish women who sing and have a band that plays a lot of instruments. The show was great! They sang our favorite songs like, You Raise Me Up, Danny Boy and Amazing Grace. We […]

Richie’s Restaurant Review – Family Weekend Recommendation!

April 19th was my birthday and Peggy took me, Marta, William, and Alan out to lunch.  We went to Bojangles in Frankfort. Bojangles is a fast food restaurant that was started in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2014.  They have 600 restaurants so people really like their food!  I had the chicken tender combo meal with honey […]

Erica’s Chorus Notes!

We performed at a couple of nursing homes on Good Friday!  At Morning Pointe we sang “When the Saints Go Marching In” and I did a solo of “I Will Always Love You”.  Richie sang “That’s Amore”.  Then we walked from Morning Pointe to The Lantern.  At The Lantern we sang “My Old Kentucky Home” […]

Erica’s Chorus Notes!

We went to Morning Pointe in Danville to present a concert on March 20.  It was a beautiful place for beautiful voices.  We sang a lot of songs, and here they are: “When The Saints Go Marching In” Gospel Medley: “Amen”, “Amazing Grace” & “This Little Light Of Mine” Rock & Roll Medley: ”I Love […]

Richie’s Review – Ice Cream!

On Wednesday March 15, Tricia and I went to the Rupp Arena to have a food tasting before the Kentucky High School Sweet 16 games.  I met Cheryl Truman from the Lexington Herald Leader.  We went to an Ice Cream Stand. The Stand is in section 122 of the Arena.  I had vanilla soft served […]

Richie’s Review – “Food As It Should Be”

Panera Bread is a café and bakery all together. Their motto is ‘food as it should be’. Peggy, Lori and I went to have lunch at Panera Bread. Lori had a Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Bacon and a bag of chips and a Chocolate chip cookie and a Lemonade. Peggy had the you pick two […]

Employee Spotlight – Giggles

Employee Recognized for More Than Her Giggle In January 2012, we were lucky enough to attract and hire Kristen R. Sanford, a young nurse whose dedication to her work and bubbly personality made her a great fit for us.  Now, four and a half years later, we are honoring her in our August Employee Spotlight. […]

Carla’s Cuts – Spotlight

Employee Spotlight During this wonderful, beautiful summer, it is my please to present our July Employee Spotlight – our cosmetologist, Carla Monroe. A cosmetologist is described as “one who provides beauty”. Beauty’s own definition is “the qualities in a persona or a thing that give pleasure to the senses or the mind.” When Carla came […]

New Practical Academics Teacher

Welcome Our New Practical Academics Teacher Written by Jessica Deeter I have always wanted to be a teacher, but really didn’t considered Special Education at first. However, I always had a special place in my heart for those with special needs. So, while making my schedule as a junior in high school, I was ecstatic […]

Out My “Academic” Window

Out My Window As I look out my window everything is still. The wind rustles the snow around. I hear a beeping sound echo from around the corner as our maintenance crew clears the sidewalks and roads. I don’t hear laughter, I don’t hear students. The bells chime 8:30 and all I hear is the […]