City of Glasgow

 

 

 

 

Proclamations



Proclamation

Glasgow Mayor Dick Doty, Barren County Superintendent Bo Matthews and Barren County Judge Micheal Hale proclaims Kentucky Safe Schools Week October 18 thru 24, 2015.  Those present for the signing of the Proclamation are Associate Superintendent of Barren County Schools Mark Wallace, District Volunteer Coordinator Patty Gentry, Director of Nutrition Services & 21st Century Programs CheyAnne Fant, North Jackson Elem Counselor Sherry Waldrop, Barren County Youth Service Center Coordinator Brenda Chaney, and Director of Instruction & Technology Scott Harper.

Proclamation Safe Schools Week
Proclamation Safe Schools Week

Proclamation Safe Schools Week


Proclamation
Mayor Dick Doty proclaims September 5, 2015 as “Global Fest Day” in Glasgow and ask that all citizens observe and take part in activities provided and recognize the importance of sharing and enjoying the diversity in our community.   Those present along with the Mayor are the Global Fest Volunteers. First Row: Carol Franklin, LaDevany Franklin, Amanda Pike and Alma Glover. Second Row: Charity Holley, Rondal Buford, Latoya Drake, David Slayton, Mitchell Holley and William Glover.


Proclamation Global Fest Day


Proclamation

Mayor Dick Doty and County Judge Executive Micheal Hale proclaim National Music Week in Glasgow and Barren County. Present for the signing of the proclamation along with the Judge and Mayor are:  Paulette Wasylycia, Julie Frye, Tambra Cambron, and Linda Hitchcock. The 2015 theme for the week is "Music....Heartbeat of the Soul".

Proclamation National Music Week


Proclamation

A group of Telecommunicators from the Barren-Metcalfe Emergency Communications Center along with emergency personnel from the Fire Department, Police Department and EMS joined together as Glasgow Mayor Dick Doty and Barren County Judge Executive Micheal Hale signs a proclamation announcing National Public Safety Tellecommunicators Week, April 12th – 16th, 2015.  Those present for the signing along with the Mayor and Judge are Capt. Jennifer Arbogast, Major Eddie Lindsey, Dispatcher Lisa Shirley, Barren Metcalfe Ambulance Director Mike Swift, Asst, Barren Metcalfe Ambulance Director Tim Gibson, Dispatcher Kathy Tyree, Dispatcher Julie Greer, Dispatcher Schelly Vance, Assistant Director of 911 Communication Center Joann Eaton, Director of 911 Communications Center Beverly Harbison, Glasgow Fire Chief Tony Atwood, Glasgow Police Chief James Duff and Sgt. Brad Lewis.

National Telecommunicators Week


Proclamation

Mayor Dick Doty and County Judge Executive Micheal Hale proclaim April 6, 2015 as National Tartan Day, a celebration of Scottish-American Heritage.

Proclamation National Tartan Day

In Witness are: Mayor Doty and signing on behalf of the County Judge is Nancy Houchens, Deputy County Judge Executive.  Those present for the signing are Pete Lapham, Hazel Dalglesh Johnson and Greg Cutcliff.  


Glasgow Mayor Dick Doty and Barren County Judge Executive Micheal Hale Proclaim March 2015 as “Intellectual/Development Disabilities Awareness Month” in Glasgow-Barren County, Kentucky and urge that the citizens of our community give full support of efforts towards enabling people with Intellectual Disabilities to live full and productive lives of inclusion in our communities.
Proclamation Signing

In Witness are: Mayor Dick Doty, County Judge Executive Micheal Hale, Regina Wilcome, Ben Crawford, Allen Wells, Carrie Wells, Daniel Williams, Edward Vannatta, Kevin Webb and Daniel Hathaway.


2014

Proclamation

November 2014 as "National Home Care Month" 
In Glasgow, Kentucky and encourage the support and participation of all citizens in learning more about the home care and hospice concepts of care for the elderly, disabled and infirm. Pictured with Mayor Trautman is Amedysis Sheila Davis RN CTC and Beth Everley RN DOO. 


Proclamation
October 2014 Proclaimed Breast Cancer Awareness Month and October 28th Proclaimed "Pink Out Day" 
Glasgow Mayor Rhonda Trautman and Barren County Judge Executive Davie Greer proclaim October 2014 as Breast Cancer Awareness Month and October 28th as "Pink Out Day" in Glasgow and Barren County.  Deputy Judge Executive Nancy Houchens is seated beside Mayor Trautman for the signing of the proclamation.  Those present for the signing from L to R:  (1st row) Glasgow Fire Chief Tony Atwood, Stephanie Garrett, Shawna Reeves, Mona Simmons, Tommie Birge, Glasgow Police Chief Guy Turcotte and Jennifer Arbogast (2nd row) Micheal Hale, Bethany Matthews, Teresa Cross, Nancy Steele, Christy Taylor, Eddie Furlong and Wesley Hicks.


Proclamation

September 7th thru September 13th Proclaimed as "Assisted Living Week"
Mayor Rhonda Riherd Trautman and County Judge Executive Davie D. Greer proclaims Assisted Living Week in Glasgow and Barren County.  Those present for the signing of the proclamation by the Mayor and Judge Executive are from L-R, Nelda Pendleton, Michael Berg (Executive Director of Hometown Manor), Eunice Eaton (Hometown Manor), Judy Evans (Highland Ridge), Heather Dennison and Juan Carbo (Hometown Manor).


Proclamation
May 4th thru May 9th Proclaimed as "Relay For Life Days"
Mayor Rhonda Riherd Trautman and County Judge Executive Davie D. Greer Proclaims Relay for Life Days in Glasgow and Barren County.  Those present for the signing of the proclamation are: Front row: (left to right) Trevor Phillips; Lana Lile, Sponsorship; Selena Walbert, Team Recruitment; Stephanie Esters, Event Chair; Jessica Jaggers, Event Co-chair; Zach Morgan, Youth Involvement. Back row:  (left to right)  Adam Smedberg, ACS Representative; Lisa Black, Luminaria; Shirley Nelson, Luminaria, Survivorship; CSM Phillip Gearlds, Logistics; and Jeff Jobe.


Proclamation

March 2014 is Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month 
Mayor Rhonda Trautman and County Judge Executive Davie Greer proclaim Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.  Those present for the signing of the proclamation, from left to right are: William Shaw, Donna Shaw, Judge Greer, Mayor Trautman, Renee Hathaway, Kevin Webb, Bryan Cheeley, Becky Taylor, Judy Crews, Regina Wilcome, Carrie Wells, Ben Crawford, Wayne Wallace, Daniel Williams, Barbara England. 


Proclamation

March 2014 is Kentucky B&PW Month
Mayor Rhonda Trautman and County Judge Executive Davie Greer proclaims March 2014 as Kentucky B&PW Month.  Those present for the signing of the proclamation are from L to R are: Becky Barrick, Julie Edwards, Krissy Fields, Candice Overstreet, Myria Taylor, Sue Mutter, Cathy Doty and Janis Turner.


Proclamation
Severe Weather Awareness Week. All Kentuckians are encouraged to participate in the 2014 Statewide Tornado Safety Drill to be held Wednesday, March 5, 2014 at 10:07 a.m. EST.

 
Proclamation
National Mentoring Month January 2014
Mayor Rhonda Trautman and County Judge Executive Davie Greer proclaim the month of January 2014 as National Mentoring Month in Glasgow and Barren County. Those present for the signing are:  Jennie Wilson, Barbara Pendleton, Marianna Irving, Marcia Perkins, and Sandy Cain.

 
Proclamation
Radon Action Month Declared January 2014
Mayor Rhonda Trautman and County Judge Executive Davie Greer proclaims January 2014 as Radon Action Month. Those present for the signing of the proclamation are Joey Botts, Spencer Botts and Jinny Hale with Jerry A. Botts Construction, Inc., Robin Bennett and Dennis Spears.