Article by W. Clay Crook-
The Chamber BLT Luncheon convened at the Lexington TCAT, and TCAT Director, Dr. Jason Rushing, said that the TCAT is always glad to host community groups. The two-minute speakers were Andy Anderson and Nikki McLeary. Andy Anderson has his law office just off of the square in Lexington, near The Princess Theatre. He, introduced himself, and said that he works primarily with Juvenile Court, but does some work with probate and estates, and is certified as a Rule 31 Mediator. He also serves as County Commissioner for District 6 in Henderson County. Nikki McLeary, representative from Bethel University, spoke about programs available for working adults, usually five weeks for undergraduate, and eight weeks for graduate. The programs are available fully online, or at satellite areas. The guest speaker for the lunch was Psyanita Smith representing Henderson County Funeral Services (HCFS) on Reeves Street. Owner/Operator Timothy M. Sanders opened the establishment in Lexington last October. Planning ahead, Smith said, is actually to help the…
For the complete story, see the March 27th edition of The Lexington Progress.