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Boyle County Students Win Tickets from GOP to See Dr. Ben Carson

Boyle County Students Win Tickets from GOP to See Dr. Ben Carson

Ben Carson Tickets for Danville High School Student

Joseph Alcorn, a Junior at Danville High School with his principal, Aaron Etherington, as he receives tickets to Dr. Ben Carson from Boyle County Republican Party Chair, Tom Tye.

Keeley Naylor of Boyle County High School and GOP Chair Tom Tye

Keeley Naylor, Senior at Boyle County High School and Tom Tye, Chair of the Boyle County Republican Party

Danville Christian Academy Student Receives Ben Carson Tickets from the Boyle County Republican Party

Jenny Beth Cox, a Sophomore at Danville Christian Academy, with principal Debbie Lucas and Boyle County Republican Party Chair, Tom Tye.

 

This week, three high performing teens in Boyle County, Kentucky were given tickets to see potential Presidential Candidate, Dr. Ben Carson speak Thursday night at the Norton Center for the Arts in Danville, KY.

Danville High School Student Joseph Alcorn

Joseph Alcorn is a Junior at Danville High School. He was selected to receive two tickets for Thursday Night’s Speech by Dr. Ben Carson at the Norton Center for the Arts for him and a parent. The award was given by the Boyle County Republican Party.

Joseph is a member of the Student Council, the Student Body Leadership team, and the National Honor Society. He was a member of the Junior Statesmen of America for two years and currently plays football for DHS.

He is also dedicated to community service — both locally and nationally. He volunteers at Vacation Bible School Camp for United Methodist Church in Danville and after the tornado hit Oklahoma, he joined other Fellowship of Christian Athletes who traveled to the site to help with the clean up.

Joseph is pictured here with his principal, Aaron Etherington, as he receives the tickets from Boyle County Republican Chair, Tom Tye.

Boyle County High School Student Keeley Naylor

Keeley Naylor is a Senior at Boyle County High School. She was selected to receive two tickets for tomorrow Night’s Speech by Dr. Ben Carson at the Norton Center for the Arts for her and a parent. The award was given by the Boyle County Republican Party.

Keeley is a 4.0 GPA honor student who regularly takes AP classes — and is taking three this term. She is a member of the National Honor Society, the Y-Club and is on the Leadership Committee of the Spanish Club. She plays on the Varsity Soccer team for her school and hopes to continue playing on the college level.

Keeley is involved in the community through the Y-Club and through her church. She worked with Harvesting Hope Food Pantry, volunteers with the United Way of the Bluegrass, and participates in her church’s backpack program for underprivileged public school children.

Keeley is pictured here as she receives her tickets from Boyle County Republican Chair, Tom Tye.

Danville Christian Academy Student Jenny Beth Cox

Danville Christian Academy Student, Jenny Beth Cox, was selected by teacher referrals to receive two tickets for Thursday Night’s Speech by Dr. Ben Carson at the Norton Center for the Arts for her and her parent. The award was given by the Boyle County Republican Party.

Keeping the spirit of the Carson Scholars Fund, Principal Debbie Lucas said, “Jenny Beth is a 10th grader and is a leader in the student body. She is the chaplain of our Student Council, she holds a GPA, takes courses above and beyond her normal school work load, is active in community service, a member of the Cross Country and Girls’ Basketball teams and she sings on the school Praise Team.” Congratulations, Jenny!

Jenny is pictured here with principal Debbie Lucas and Boyle County Republican Party Chair, Tom Tye.

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