2008 Award Winners
(click the recipient's name for a student-authored short article about the winner)
Elementary or Middle School Student - Charlie and Larry Whelan - Authored by Allison Stanley
High School Student - Mr. Jared Stacy - Authored by Rebecka Hollon
Rowan County Schools Teacher - Ms. Lisa Brown - Authored by Kristin Hausstein
Community Member - Mr. Joe Rowe - Authored by Aaron Lewis
Community Organization - The People's Clinic - Authored by Sophie Lewis
Community Business - Good Shepherd Printing - Authored by Amanda Romito
MSU Student - Ms. Amanda Romito - Authored by Perry Ryan Bentley
MSU Faculty/Staff - Dr. Denise Watkins - Authored by Jessica Smith
MSU Student Organization - Pi Kappa Phi - Authored by Kaitlin Kulick
MSU Service-Learning Class Project - Dr. June Grice - Authored by Kara Barthel
News and Announcements
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Nominations Sought for “Excellence in Civic Engagement Awards”
Kentucky Chautauqua ® presents: Atta Kul Kulla: Cherokee Peace Chief
Kentucky Chautauqua® presents: George Rogers Clark, Revolutionary War Hero
Musical Workshop and Performance to Begin Constitution Days
Kentucky Chautauqua® presents: Abraham Lincoln: “I, too, am a Kentuckian.”
Constitution Days Information and Forms
Constitution Days 2008 Schedule - Word (doc) - PDF
Excellence in Civic Engagement Awards Application - Word (doc) - PDF
Civic Engagement Grants Application - Word (doc) - PDF
“Center for Civic Education: Constitution Day”
A valuable educational resource for elementary, middle, and high school teachers. Lesson plans are provided for specific grade levels.
“The Charters of Freedom”
The official government website that houses the electronic version of the United States Constitution. Also accessible are the electronic versions of the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights.
Celebrate the birthday of our government! Official site of the federally mandated holiday.
“First Amendment Center”
A discussion of First Amendment rights and issues.
“National Constitution Center”
Experience the story of “We, the people…” at America’s most interactive history museum.
“Primary Documents in American History”
A list of various documents and exhibitions related to the Constitution from the Library of Congress.
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