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CHRISTIAN COUNTY, Ky. (5/17/13) – Forty Christian County Public School retirees were recognized last night at the 2013 Retirement Reception. The reception was held at the Christian County Board of Education at 5:00 p.m. prior to the regularly scheduled School Board Meeting.

Superintendent Mary Ann Gemmill welcomed retirees and their guests and opened the floor for principals to individually recognize retirees from their school. Board Members thanked each of the retirees for their service and distributed gifts on behalf of the Board of Education, as a token of appreciation.
 
Retirees honored at the 2013 Retirement Reception include:
 
Belmont- Linda Hickey
CCHS- Brenda Boyd, Sharon Curtis, Gail Yates
CCMS- Barbara Lassiter
Crofton- Terri Peters, Mary Ann Coulter
Holiday- Gloria Hatzakorzian, Karen Shields
HHS- Helen Calhoun, Grace Cain
HMS- Paul Meffert, Anthony Prettyman, Deborah Putman
Indian Hills- Patricia Delaney
Lacy- Linda Humphries, Roberta Morris
Martin Luther King, Jr. –Cassandra Bussell, Kaye Edwards, Diane MacDowell
Millbrooke- Vonda Aldridge, Carol Smith, Barbara Wallace
NDMS- Kerry Mahoney, Anthony Sanders
Pembroke- Donna Loving, Cynthia Whitaker
Sinking Fork- Raelene Schorzman, Sharon Stewart
South Christian- Jamie Fuller, Janie Giles, Bonnie Massinon
Bus Garage- Gary West, Ronnie Robison, Mary Pyle, Roberta Choate, Sonya Babb, Candy Lamirande, Patricia Phillips
Maintenance- Ronald LaFon
 
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