More than 50 area officials and citizens participated in the GRADD Legislative Breakfast on January 30, dialoguing with Sens. Joe Bowen, C.B. Embry and Dorsey Ridley and Reps. Jim Glenn, Suzanne Miles, Tommy Thompson and David Watkins.
Hancock County Judge/Executive Jack McCaslin has been elected chairman of the GRADD Board of Directors, suc-ceeding Bill Parrish. Other new officers include: Vice Chairman Steve Austin, Secretary Kelly Thurman, and Treasur-er David Johnston.
GRADD, the KY Office of the Attorney General and the KY Department for Libraries and Archives will present a free training on February 17 -- 'What You Don't Know Can Hurt You: Under-standing Open Meetings, Open Re-cords & Records Management.'
Dana Peveler, executive director of the Munday Activity Center (MAC), will be the guest speaker at the GRADD Board of Directors meeting on February 10. Peveler will discuss the wide array of programs that Daviess County Senior Services provide.
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