Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 04: HISTORIES
1937-2000 HISTORY PMSS Summaries
HISTORY PMSS Summary 1986-1987
Tags: History PMSS summary 1986-1987, staff members, interns, resource persons, events, trustees, committees, Environmental Education, Intervention Program, JTPA Program, West Wind, plantings, Laurel House II, gas and oil drilling
TRANSCRIPTION: HISTORY PMSS Summary 1986-1987 [image 122]
History of the Pine Mountain Settlement School
Bette Anderson, E. E. & Community Worker (until November)
Ben Begley, E. E. Director (March ’87)
Donnie Boggs, Maintenance
Linda Boggs, Secretary (Oct. ’86-May-87)
Matthew Boggs, Night Watchman, E. E
Asbel Browning, Farm & Maintenance
Lorraine Browning, Laurel House
Pauline Cheek, Intervention (3 mo.)
Clella Cook, Intervention Teacher
Denver Couch, Maintenance
Jody Couch, Maintenance
Elihu Afton Garrison, E. E. (part-time)
Jim Gray, Maintenance Supervisor
Opal Gray, Bookkeeper
Ellen Hayes, General Assistant, Intervention
Omeda Holbrook, Intervention Teacher
Ruth Lewis, Laurel House
Karoun Miller, E. E. (Part-time)
Shirley Miniard, Laurel House
Abby Gail Turner Polly, Secretary
Amy Rodgers, Intervention (July-Sept.)
Mary Rogers, Librarian, E. E.
Mike Smith, Maintenance
Thomas Smith, Maintenance
Maxine Turner, Laurel House
Myrtle Turner, Laurel House
Sophia Turner, Laurel House
Carol Urquhart, Community Worker (until October)
Burton Rogers, Director Emeritus, Correspondence with donors
Paul Hayes, Director
TRANSCRIPTION: HISTORY PMSS Summary 1986-1987 [image 123]
Page 2, 1986-7
Trustees affirmed the action of the Executive Committee in appointing Paul Hayes as Director of PMSS, and commended Paul for major accomplishment in a short time.
Trustees created 2 temporary committees to consider status and policies and (1.) work extensively on aims, purposes and program plans for PMSS for next 25 years, and (2.) consider Board structure, By-laws, and relationship with Berea College. There was a public meeting at PMSS 12-28-86 to formulate aims and goals for the future of the School.
The reduced Environmental Education staff continued to serve school groups coming to PMSS campus for one-day or week-long programs.
The Intervention program introduced “Saturday School,” children and parents coming to Pine Mountain campus for computer and heritage classes.
The Harlan Co. Board of Education assigned some students working in (and paid by) the JTPA program to work under the supervision of PMSS staff during the summer.
500 raspberry and 200 thornless blackberry plants were set out.
Re-wiring of West Wind & installation of smoke detectors in all rooms was completed.
Consideration was given to the need for a community day care center and community activity building.
The Board received the report from “Committee A” with recommendations for the future of PMSS.
The Trustees invited Paul and Ellen Hayes to continue the leadership of PMSS, with special commendation for their hard work and achievements in a difficult situation.
The Trustees voted to grant the Peco Oil Co. the right to drill for gas and oil on PMSS property, except for the immediate campus area.