Josie Flowers has been named the winner of the 2011 Individual Humane-a-tarian Award, and McEwan Creative is the winner of the 2011 Business Humane-a-tarian Award, from the Woodford Humane Society in Versailles.
Flowers was recognized for her role in the development of the Woodford Humane Society's second largest fund-raiser, the Limited Editions calendar, which features adopted and adoptable pets, and sponsored photos from pet owners and businesses.
McEwan Creative contributes hundreds of hours of design and printing for Woodford Humane Society events. Creative director Julie McEwan is a key supporter and marketer for Woodford Human Society.
Southside students raise money in Collin's memory
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Students at Southside Elementary School in Versailles raised $1,887.15 during the recent Coins for Collin campaign, in honor of Collin Truitt Poynter, who died of neuroblastoma in 2004. The money raised will allow three Kentucky children with cancer to spend a week at Indian Summer Camp in Nicholasville or Camp Quality in Bloomfield next summer.
Elementary students, schools honored
The Woodford County Public Schools' Board of Education honored 370 students on Nov. 28 for earning distinguished scores in all tested areas of last spring's state assessment tests. Huntertown, Simmons, and Southside elementary schools also received Century Club Award banners for an overall proficient score of 100 or more.