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Sherry Lynn Pickett, Russell Springs, appointed to state board

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Sherry Lynn Pickett, of Russell Springs, KY, was one of eight appointed by Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin to the Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities..

Sherry Lynn Pickett is is a substitute teacher at Russell County Schools. Ms. Pickett will represent parents/guardians of children with developmental disabilities. She will serve for a term expiring July 16, 2019.

The other seven include reappointments of Joe. L. Cowan, Monticello and Sherry S. Sanders, Somerset; Stephanie Rae Turner, Owensboro; Joseph Eugene Miller, Bowling Green, KY; Lanta Willow Wright, McDaniels; Laureen Mary Vassil, Lexington, and David William DeSanctis, Louisville.

This story was posted on 2017-02-26 04:50:41
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