Once again this year, the North Bullitt JROTC cadets played a key role in the Hillview Operation Santa holiday food and toy distribution.
Cadets Claudia Cornett, Dillon Deindorfer, Kailah Habib, Taylor Meredith, Chase Morrison, Josephine Pollard, Jordan Sparks, Mackenzie Stayton and Austin Thurman helped carry boxes to the recipient’s vehicles and also helped collect toys for those receiving assistance.
HEBRON ESTATES -- North Bullitt High School mathematics teacher Christine Bickett is one of five finalists in Kentucky for the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).
“I am extremely honored to be a finalist for PAEMST,” she said.
SHEPHERDSVILLE - As Bullitt County prepares for the closing of The Shepherd’s Shelter and sees other organizations stepping up to fill the void, one helpful organization continues to stand the test of time and help others in need.
The Fellowship of Concern consists of representatives from area churches working together to assist others. The program has worked in the local community for 50 years.
Bill Hardy, CEO and chairman of the Board with The Peoples Bank of Bullitt County, has served at the FOC’s treasurer since the first meeting.
SHEPHERDSVILLE -- He never applied for the position of school superintendent in 1966.
But Frank R. Hatfield went on to not only be superintendent of the Bullitt County Public School District but to also be one of the most influential educators in the state of Kentucky.
Hatfield died on Sunday.
A man who never sought publicity made Bullitt County his home and he would continue to be an active member in organizations like the Shepherdsville Lions Club and the American Cancer Society until his death.