Thursday, May 3, 2012

More Ft Thomas News for Your Weekend

Mark had a few good notes yesterday and you can scroll down to read about them, a few extras as you get ready for the weekend:

1. Ginger Webb from Beechwood High School has been unanimously selected from nine candidates to assume the Assistant Superintendent position.  Beechwood is a great school system as well and she must have been head and shoulders above the other candidates.  Should be a good add to the school system.



2. Blue Marble is changing their name (only slightly) to drop the emphasis on Childrens book and broaden their appeal to teens and even adults.  They are offering to special order any title for their customers.  I understand the name change and broadening of their market and I hope it works out for them.

3. Expect to see a new electronic sign go up at the YMCA this weekend.  The Y is updating their signage to correspond with the branding change from some time ago and it should help freshen the outside of the building up a bit.

4. The Kentucky governor made some appointments to posts and commissions this week and a Fort Thomas resident made the cut.  Joan Gregory of Fort Thomas, a retired teacher, was appointed to the Kentucky Commission on Women. She is part-time coordinator of the International Baccalaureate program at Holmes High School. Her term will expire Jan. 17, 2016.  Joan was the only appointment from Northern Kentucky

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