HISTORY PMSS Summary 1995-1996

Pine Mountain Settlement School
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HISTORY PMSS Summary 1995-1996


Tags: History PMSS Summary 1995-1996, staff members, interns, number of students, events, trustees, KET documentary, internships, Far House, financial managers


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History of the Pine Mountain Settlement School, 1995-1996

Staff Members:

Dorothy Ashley, Laurel House
Harless Barton, Maintenance
Ben Begley, E. E. Director
Pat Begley, E. E.
Jack Belcher, Night Watchman (to 2-12-96)
Matthew Boggs, Maintenance
Asbel Browning, Farm & Maintenance
Lorraine Browning, Laurel House
Debra Callahan, Secretary
Clella Cook, Intervention Teacher
Paul Creech, Night Watchman
Helen Harris, Laurel House
Omeda Holbrook, Intervention Teacher
Lowell Ingram (February 1996 – )
Lorene (Cumile) Lewis, Laurel House
Mildred Mahoney, West Wind Volunteer
Sarah Mcllquham, Laurel House
Sue Parrott, Community Coordinator
Keithe Reinhardt, E. E.
Joyce Scearse, Laurel House
David Shepherd, Maintenance
Verna Mae Shepherd, Intervention Teacher
Larry Smith, E. E.
Roxie Sumpter, Intervention Teacher
Faye Turner, Bookkeeper
Sophia Turner, Laurel House
J. C. Turner, Night Watchman
Mildred Wilder, Laurel House
Paul Hayes, Director

Interns:

Dawn Badin, Fall
Heather Goodlett, Fall
S
arah Reznikoff, Spring
Rachell Scaffo, Spring

Number of Students: 

3346

Traditional Events:

Homecoming, Fair Day, Fall Color Week-end, Nativity Play, Wildflower Week-end, Black Mountain Wildflower Week-end

Events:

Summer Community Day Camp
August Angel and Lois Hoskins were elected as Trustees, representing the Association of Alumni and Friends. August Angel’s death occurred before he could…

 

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participate.) Trustees Bill Best and Sid Douglass asked not to be nominated for a new term. Berea biology professor Dr. Ralph Thompson and Berea President Dr. Larry Shinn were elected to the Board as their replacements.

Kentucky Educational Television filmed Pine Mountain scenes and interviewed some former students and staff members as part of a documentary on Settlement Schools in Appalachia, aired November 28, 1995.

The Trustees Educational Programs Committee took steps to establish a course credit for Internship at PMSS.

It was decided to construct a Stonemill log home as a replacement for Far House, at its former site.

Trustees decided to investigate other possible banks, hoping for improved financial management.

Sue Parrott, Trustee, resigned from the Board to accept a staff position as Community Coordinator.


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