Al Barman, President, is a franchise owner of four area Sonic restaurants. Al also serves the community as a member of the Allen County Board of Education. Mr. Barman received his B.S. in Recreation from Western Kentucky University and his M.S. in Recreation and Park Administration from Indiana University.
Mark Huntsman, Vice President, is a retired dentist and current Scottsville City Council member. Mark also serves the community as a member of the Advisory Board for the Laura Turner Dugas Fund for Allen County at the Community Foundation of South Central Kentucky and as Treasurer of the Allen County Historical Society. Dr. Huntsman graduated from the University of Kentucky, as well as the University of Kentucky School of Dentistry.
Janet Johnson, Secretary, is the Extension Specialist for Curriculum Development, School of Human Environmental Sciences, UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. Ms. Johnson also serves the community as a member of the Board of Directors of the Laura Goad Turner Charitable Foundation, the Medical Center Bowling Green/Scottsville, the Friends of Barren River Lake and the Heart of Scottsville. Janet received her B.S. in Home Economics Education and a Masters of Arts Education-Adult Education from Western Kentucky University.
Adam Tabor, Treasurer, is the Community President for Edmonton State Bank. Mr. Tabor also serves the community as Chairman of the Allen County Health Department, Treasurer of the Allen County-Scottsville Industrial Development Authority, and the Board of Directors for the Scottsville-Allen County Chamber of Commerce. Adam earned his degree in History from Western Kentucky University.
Kerri Barman (unpictured) is the co -owner of four area Sonic restaurants. Kerri also serves the community as a member of the Board of Directors at The Core of Scottsville and the Allen County-Scottsville High School PRIDE Masters Program. Mrs. Barman received her Masters in Nursing from Vanderbilt University.
Brian Carter is Director of District Operations for the Allen County Board of Education. Brian also serves the community on the Advisory Board for the Laura Turner Dugas Fund for Allen County at the Community Foundation of South Central Kentucky and formerly served as Board President of the Scottsville/ Allen County Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Carter received a B.S. in Education and a Masters in Educational administration from Western Kentucky University.
Laura Dugas is a philanthropist and native of Scottsville. Mrs. Dugas serves on the Board of Directors of the Dugas Family Foundation of Florida, Dugas Family Foundation of Tennessee, as well as the Laura Goad Turner Charitable Foundation. The foundations that she serves have funded projects in Kentucky, Florida and Tennessee with focuses in healthcare, education and wildlife. Laura is a graduate of Southeastern Louisiana University.
Dennis Harper is Project Manager/Estimator for Gunter Roofing, Inc. Mr. Harper is a Magistrate of the Allen County Fiscal Court, as well a Treasure of the Board of Directors of Cedar Springs Volunteer Fire Department. Dennis earned his degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Western Kentucky University.
Matt Pedigo is the News Editor and owner of the Citizen-Times. Matt also serves the community through the Board of Directors of the Allen County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy, Scottsville-Allen County Chamber of Commerce, South Central Kentucky Crime Stoppers, and Friends of Dumont Hill. Mr. Pedigo graduated from Western Kentucky University in Journalism/Photojournalism.
Katherine Sikora– unpictured, biographical information forthcoming
Donald Smith is the President of the College Heights Foundation at Western Kentucky University. Donald is an ex-officio member of the College Heights Foundation Board of Directors. He also serves the area as a member of the Board of Directors of the of Bowling Green East Little League, the WKU Foundation Board of Trustees and the Trust Committee at Broadway United Methodist Church in Bowling Green. Mr. Smith received his B.A. from Western Kentucky University and both his Masters and Doctorate of Education degrees from Vanderbilt University.
Rondal Turner is the JROTC Senior Instructor for the Allen County Board of Education at Allen County Scottsville High School. Colonel Turner received his B.S. in Agriculture from Western Kentucky University, a Masters of Public Administration degree from Kentucky State University, as well as a Masters of Strategic Studies from U.S. Army War College.