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While Sue Kelly Ballard’s career has been focused on science, she always enjoyed reading and had a desire to write.
Since January 2014, when Friends of Hardin County Animal Shelter was first formed, Julia Springsteen has been its president.
Martha Ann Martin spent decades serving in youth ministry and touched the lives of many teenagers who passed through the doors of Cecilia Baptist Church.
At 34, Ashli Watts has realized a career goal in Frankfort.
“I’ve always been interested in politics,” Watts said.
Olivia Dvorjak returned to her hometown of Elizabethtown to teach at St. James Catholic Regional School, the school that first sparked her interest in teaching.
For spring break 2017, Taylor Brooks does not have a beach in her sights.
Instead, Brooks temporarily will leave one school for another.
Kim Headspeth and Marlena Debreaux have started a new organization to help girls grow more confident and become future leaders.
Pamela Nance-Pittman recalled what it was like growing up in Clovis, New Mexico, the youngest of 13 children.
Marnie Clagett uses her photography skills in an unlikely place.
As part of her role Maj. Anastasia McKay, command surgeon for Human Resources Command at Fort Knox, promotes healthy choices.
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