53rd ANNUAL MEETING CONDUCTED

By Mike Robinson

REGIONAL AWARD WINNERS HIGHLIGHT LINCOLN TRAIL
AREA DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT’S 53RD ANNUAL MEETING

The Lincoln Trail Area Development District’s (LTADD) Fifty-Third Annual Meeting on
Wednesday, April 21, 2021, was highlighted by the presentation of the LTADD Board of
Directors’ prestigious Palmer ‘Pete’ Peterson Award to Ms. Dorothy Logsdon of
Washington County; and the acceptance of the “Dorothy Dolle Award” by Ms. Daisy
Coleman of Meade County.

Conducted virtually, outgoing LTADD Chair, Ms. Kendra Scott of Hardin County served
as Master of Ceremonies, welcoming guests from the region’s eight counties and other
areas of the Commonwealth. U.S. Senator Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and
Senator Rand Paul along with Congressmen Brett Guthrie and James Comer submitted
video messages in honor of the 53rd Annual Meeting.

Ms. Dorothy Logsdon of Washington County (pictured below) was presented with the LTADD Board of
Directors’ Palmer ‘Pete’ Peterson Award. This award is presented annually in memory
of Pete Peterson, a former staff member of the LTADD, to an outstanding member of the
Board of Directors. The recipient is recognized for their outstanding leadership,
cooperation and dedication to the aims of the LTADD.

Ms. Daisy Coleman of Meade County (pictured below) was the recipient of the Dorothy Dolle Award,
which is presented annually to an older American within the Lincoln Trail region who
demonstrates service and dedication to the cause of Older Americans in the region and
exemplifies the standards, dedication, and service set by Ms. Dolle, also a former
LTADD employee.

The 2021-2022 Officers for the LTADD were recognized and sworn in during the
meeting:
MR. GEORGE SPRAGENS (Lebanon, Marion County) – CHAIR
JUDGE DAVID DAUGHERTY (Marion County) – 1ST VICE CHAIR
MAYOR RONNIE JOYNER (Brandenburg, Meade County) – 2ND VICE CHAIR
JUDGE TIMOTHY GRAVES (Springfield, Washington County) – SECRETARY
MS. LAURA LARUE (Hardin County) – TREASURER
The LTADD Officers were sworn in by Senator Dennis Parrett, who represents Senate
District 10.