Ashley Coulter, Co-Chair District 2 Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks and Recreation Lauren Wagoner, Co-chair District 2
Malory McVey, District 1, Paducah Parks Services Sabrina Durbin, District 3, the Core, Scottsville, KY Kimberly Rice, District 4, Georgetown-Scott County Parks and Recreation Liz McBee, District 5, Boone County Parks and Recreation Britney Pixley, District 6, Richmond Parks and Recreation Jason Weatherford, District 7, Somerset Parks and Recreation
2019 KRPS Student Scholarship Applications (deadline for submission December 3, 2018)
Annually KRPS recognizes individuals and facilities that standout in the field of parks and recreation. These awards include communication, "Hall of Fame" recognition, programs, departments, state parks, student scholarship, Fellow Award, professionals, public officials, support, and facilities.
New for 2018 - The David Lose Partnership Award This award is presented to an agency/organization/individual that has developed and/or established a successful partnership/relationship to significantly help advance and impact the cause of the parks and recreation movement and whose dedication to the field parallels the same dedication and zeal towards parks, recreation, and conservation that was exhibited by David Lose after whom the award is named.
Award nominations are to be received by December 3, 2018
Submissions can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to: Shelby County Parks, 717 Burks Branch Road, Shelbyville, KY 40065
Recognizing and honoring professionals and special individuals who have made an outstanding, unique, lasting, and extraordinary contribution to recreation and park progress in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
2008 (Northern Kentucky) Alton Little Ken Hund John McClelland Rita Stosberg Tom Knepshield, Sr. John Gettler
2009 (Louisville, KY) Jo Verner Sherrill Brakmier Debbie Zielinski Fred Henson William "Biff" Kummer
2010 (Cadiz, KY) Marion Ogden James "Jim" McChesney Dorothy Large Chuck Crume