Partners for Youth honors program leaders
Partners for Youth held a Spotlight on You! event at The Bell House on Feb. 8 for its 2011 Grassroots Program recipients. These men and women lead the programs funded by Partners for Youth that support at-risk youth in the community. In 2011, with help from the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, $58,000 was distributed to more than 33 youth programs. Former mayor and founder of Partners for Youth, Pam Miller, spoke at the event. Attendees included, front row, from left, Larry Johnson, Partners for Youth; Erin Holiday, Bluegrass Community and Technical College, leadership and college experience; Jill Chenault-Wilson, William Wells Brown Community Center, healthy enhancement life skills; Stephanie Hong, division of youth services; and William "Sarge" Farris, Lexington Legends Youth Boxing; and back row, from left, April Ball, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Big/Little Training; Jackie French, S.T. Roach basketball and cheerleading clinic; Tammy Durham, Girl Scouts; Ellen  Shelton and Lori Vogel, Northern Knights Elementary, wellness program; Jennifer Mattox and Laura Whitaker, Carnegie Center, Camp  Carnegie; Sonja Brooks, Sisopromatum Art Studio, SmART Start; Chris Townsend, Grassroots committee member; Mattie Morton, Imani Baptist church, Youth Achievers; Sandra Young, Family Care Center, parent education program; Nathan Graham, Lexington Legends Youth Boxing; Beth Mills, Lexington Division of Social Services; Quincy Murdock, Lexington Legends Youth Boxing; Linda Taylor, Grassroots committee member; and David Clark, Tates Creek High School, step team.
Partners for Youth honors program leaders Partners for Youth held a Spotlight on You! event at The Bell House on Feb. 8 for its 2011 Grassroots Program recipients. These men and women lead the programs funded by Partners for Youth that support at-risk youth in the community. In 2011, with help from the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, $58,000 was distributed to more than 33 youth programs. Former mayor and founder of Partners for Youth, Pam Miller, spoke at the event. Attendees included, front row, from left, Larry Johnson, Partners for Youth; Erin Holiday, Bluegrass Community and Technical College, leadership and college experience; Jill Chenault-Wilson, William Wells Brown Community Center, healthy enhancement life skills; Stephanie Hong, division of youth services; and William "Sarge" Farris, Lexington Legends Youth Boxing; and back row, from left, April Ball, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Big/Little Training; Jackie French, S.T. Roach basketball and cheerleading clinic; Tammy Durham, Girl Scouts; Ellen Shelton and Lori Vogel, Northern Knights Elementary, wellness program; Jennifer Mattox and Laura Whitaker, Carnegie Center, Camp Carnegie; Sonja Brooks, Sisopromatum Art Studio, SmART Start; Chris Townsend, Grassroots committee member; Mattie Morton, Imani Baptist church, Youth Achievers; Sandra Young, Family Care Center, parent education program; Nathan Graham, Lexington Legends Youth Boxing; Beth Mills, Lexington Division of Social Services; Quincy Murdock, Lexington Legends Youth Boxing; Linda Taylor, Grassroots committee member; and David Clark, Tates Creek High School, step team.
Partners for Youth honors program leaders Partners for Youth held a Spotlight on You! event at The Bell House on Feb. 8 for its 2011 Grassroots Program recipients. These men and women lead the programs funded by Partners for Youth that support at-risk youth in the community. In 2011, with help from the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, $58,000 was distributed to more than 33 youth programs. Former mayor and founder of Partners for Youth, Pam Miller, spoke at the event. Attendees included, front row, from left, Larry Johnson, Partners for Youth; Erin Holiday, Bluegrass Community and Technical College, leadership and college experience; Jill Chenault-Wilson, William Wells Brown Community Center, healthy enhancement life skills; Stephanie Hong, division of youth services; and William "Sarge" Farris, Lexington Legends Youth Boxing; and back row, from left, April Ball, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Big/Little Training; Jackie French, S.T. Roach basketball and cheerleading clinic; Tammy Durham, Girl Scouts; Ellen Shelton and Lori Vogel, Northern Knights Elementary, wellness program; Jennifer Mattox and Laura Whitaker, Carnegie Center, Camp Carnegie; Sonja Brooks, Sisopromatum Art Studio, SmART Start; Chris Townsend, Grassroots committee member; Mattie Morton, Imani Baptist church, Youth Achievers; Sandra Young, Family Care Center, parent education program; Nathan Graham, Lexington Legends Youth Boxing; Beth Mills, Lexington Division of Social Services; Quincy Murdock, Lexington Legends Youth Boxing; Linda Taylor, Grassroots committee member; and David Clark, Tates Creek High School, step team.

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