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Wray presented with STAR award for prevention efforts
Ballard County ASAP and Family Focus Director Kelly Wray was presented with the STAR award at the home varsity basketball games on Feb. 17. The award recognizes a community member who has made significant contributions to the prevention of alcohol, tobacco and other drug usage. 
Ballard County Adult Education now is offering GED classes at the Barlow City Library on Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m. The library is located in the City Hall Annex (old City Hall), behind the City Hall building at 139 N. Fourth St., Barlow. [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Family Focus receives donation from James Marine at Wickliffe
For the third year in a row, the Wickliffe employees and owners of James Marine Inc. have made a sizeable donation to the Christmas assistance program of Ballard County’s Family Focus Family Resource and Youth Service Center. A group of employees brought a check for $2,500 on Nov. 17. 
Fluor makes donation to Family Focus for Christmas assistance programLance Waddell (left), Fluor Paducah Deactivation Project director, is shown presenting a check for $2,000 to Family Focus Director Kelly Wray (center) and Ballard County Schools Superintendent Casey Allen for use in the Family Focus Christmas assistance program.  [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Southern Foundation makes donation to Family Focus for Christmas assistance program
Terry Simmons (second from left), president of the Southern Foundation, is shown here presenting a $4,000 donation to Ballard County’s Family Focus Family Resource and Youth Service Center Director Kelly Wray (second from right) for center’s annual Christmas assistance program. Ballard County Schools Superintendent Casey Allen is at left, and Debbie Underwood, Family Focus program assistant, is at right.  
Local 680 mill maintenance workers donate funds to Family Focus weekend feeding programAs the workers of Verso Corporation prepared for the indefinite closure of the Wickliffe Mill, a group of USW Local 680 members from the mill’s maintenance department made decisions that will benefit over 500 school children and individuals with disabilities – many of whom are complete strangers to the members. In total, the group donated $19,000, distributed in Ballard, Carlisle, Graves and McCracken counties. [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, November 24, 2015
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