News Archive


Versailles, Ky. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) honored college benefactors at a Celebration of Philanthropy Awards dinner Saturday, Oct. 1 in Louisville. Hundreds of business people and dignitaries from across the Commonwealth attended the event, which provides an opportunity for KCTCS to honor leading individuals, business and foundations for their generous philanthropic and voluntary support to KCTCS.

Honored by Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC) were Trace Die Cast, represented by HR Manager, Brenda Polley and Warren County Fiscal Court, represented by Deputy Judge Executive, Marie Smith.

This is the sixteenth year for this celebration that has honored 699 Kentuckians who, since 1998, have invested in the future by investing in KCTCS students. Since KCTCS was established, private giving has totaled $190 million. Over the same period, the endowment has grown from $12 million to nearly $52 million.