Clark County Community Foundation, WinchesterHonored by Bluegrass Community and Technical CollegeThe Clark County Community Foundation is a key player in making higher education possible in Winchester-Clark County. In 2004, Bluegrass Community and Technical College was awarded a grant from the Foundation to establish the Ralph L. Oliver Scholarship to recognize an outstanding community member from Winchester-Clark County. Through the Foundation’s continued funding of the scholarship, 13 students from Winchester-Clark County have been able to attend the College each year. The Foundation has played a pivotal role in enabling students to access higher education, and the College is truly grateful for its support.
Schurz Communications, Inc./The Winchester SunHonored by Bluegrass Community and Technical College
From left, BCTC President Jim Kerley; Betty Berryman, recently retired publisher; Jim Kroemer, current publisher of The Winchester Sun; and KCTCS President Michael B. McCall.
The Winchester Sun, owned by Schurz Communications, Inc., has played a vital role in the success of Bluegrass Community and Technical College’s Winchester-Clark County Building Fund Campaign. The newspaper has continuously promoted the need for higher education in Winchester-Clark County and the surrounding region. Through its extended coverage of the Campaign’s activity, it has encouraged the community to give generously to build a permanent campus in Winchester. In addition, both The Winchester Sun and Schurz Communications have jointly contributed a significant gift towards construction of the new campus.