Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 04: HISTORIES
1937-2000 HISTORY PMSS Summaries
HISTORY PMSS Summary 1984-1985
Tags: History PMSS summary 1984-1985, staff members, interns, events, Community Clinic, Frontier Nursing Service, G.E.D. Program, weekend programs, trustees, folk dance exchange, Upward Bound
TRANSCRIPTION: HISTORY PMSS Summary 1984-1985 [image 118]
History of the Pine Mountain Settlement School
Jonathan “Al” Anderson, E. E. Coordinator
Bette Anderson, E. E. & Community Worker
Donny Boggs, Maintenance
Matthew Boggs, Night Watchman
Asbel Browning, Färm & Maintenance
Lorraine Browning, Laurel House
Lonnie Callahan, Maintenance
Darlene Cornett, Bookkeeper
Donna Cornett, Secretary
Kurth Cornett, Maintenance
Afton Garrison, E. E., Half-time
Jim Gray, Maintenance Supervisor
Larry Harris, Maintenance
Patricia Harris, Sec’y
Fred Ivey, Jr., Maintenance
Dean Johnston, E. E.
Judy Lewis, Laurel House
Ruth Lewis, Laurel House
Sue Lewis, Laurel House
Ethel Middleton, Laurel House
Karoun Miller, E. E.
Matthew Miller, E. E.
J. North, Maintenance
Harvey Ray, Maintenance
Mary Rogers, Librarian, E. E.
Margie Grace Smith, Laurel House
Tommie Smith, Maintenance
Maxine Turner, Laurel House
Sophie Turner, Laurel House
Carol Urquhart, Community Worker
Mary Waid, E. E.
Jimmy Wilder, Maintenance Supervisor until 5-14
Mildred Wilder, Laurel House
Bruce Wiseman, Maintenance
Evelyn Wiseman, West Wind Hostess
Burton Rogers, Director Emeritus, Correspondence with donors
James Urquhart, Director
Interns: Rachel Goldberg, Kay Kliewer, Kirk Lombard, Loren Robbins
TRANSCRIPTION: HISTORY PMSS Summary 1984-1985 [image 119]
Page 2, 1984-85
Community Clinic sponsored by Frontier Nursing Service continued. Elwood Carr Plant Studies Center established in Draper Building.
G.E.D. program at PMSS, Co-sponsored by Harlan County Board of Education, Southeast Community College and PMSS.
4 Elderhostels held at PMSS, 2 sponsored by PMSS & 2 by Berea College.
Alumni Work Week-end, May 24-27, Edible Plants Workshop May 31, June 2, Appalachian Family Week July 7-13, Medicinal Plants Week-end August 2-4.
Work on updating water system continued.
James Crase was named to Board of Trustees. Francis Hutchins resigned from Board, and was named Honorary Trustee. Jack Martin was named Alumni Representative to Board. Ruth Shuler Dieter became Chairman of the Advisory Council.
The maintenance staff continued work on the water system.
In summer, 1985, a group of 12 Pine Mountain Country Dancers, plus 3 adults, travelled to Denmark on a folk dance exchange.
Bell-Harlan County Upward Bound program housed at PMSS in conjunction with Southeast Community College.