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Julie Brockman: 2009 C-AC Outstanding Educator of the Year

2009-04-22 - Cranmer Dining Center, 430 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
BORN TO TEACH KINDERGARTEN Julie Brockman, center, was named the Outstanding Ecucator of the Year 2009 at the Annual Chamber Awards banquet at Lindsey Wilson College, last night. At left, Superintendent Darrell Treece, praised the courageous, dedicated young Adair Countian in his introductory remarks, and related the very beautiful story of how Ms. Brockman had started as a teaching assistant at Col. Wm Casey Elementary, and found that her life's vocation was meant to be as a teacher of kindergarten students. He told how she had overcome cancer, and how much she has done to direct the youngest Adair County students' lives in the right direction. At right, Chamber President Donna Stotts.

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