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Lonnie Lawson (far right), president and chief executive officer of The Center for Rural Development, presents Dr. David Narramore (center), chairman of the Letcher County Tourism and Convention Commission, with a $10,000 Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) mini-grant to advance strategic planning efforts in the region. Also pictured are Sue Moreland (left) of the ARC Washington, D.C. office; Peggy Satterly (second from left), manager of the Kentucky ARC Program; and Lynn Littrell (fourth from left), executive director of the Office of the Governor, Department for Local Government. The tourism commission received the grant through The Center’s Developing and Implementing Community Strategies Program at the ARC Summit held March 30 in Somerset.

Lonnie Lawson (far right), president and chief executive officer of The Center for Rural Development, presents Dr. David Narramore (center), chairman of the Letcher County Tourism and Convention Commission, with a $10,000 Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) mini-grant to advance strategic planning efforts in the region. Also pictured are Sue Moreland (left) of the ARC Washington, D.C. office; Peggy Satterly (second from left), manager of the Kentucky ARC Program; and Lynn Littrell (fourth from left), executive director of the Office of the Governor, Department for Local Government. The tourism commission received the grant through The Center’s Developing and Implementing Community Strategies Program at the ARC Summit held March 30 in Somerset.

Lonnie Lawson (far right), president and chief executive officer of The Center for Rural Development, presents Jenkins Mayor G.C. Kincer (center) with a $10,000 Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) mini-grant to advance strategic planning efforts in the region. Also pictured are Sue Moreland (left) of the ARC Washington, D.C. office; Peggy Satterly (second from left), manager of the Kentucky ARC Program; and Lynn Littrell (fourth from left), executive director of the Office of the Governor, Department for Local Government. The city received the grant through The Center’s Developing and Implementing Community Strategies Program at the ARC Summit held March 30 in Somerset.

Lonnie Lawson (far right), president and chief executive officer of The Center for Rural Development, presents Jenkins Mayor G.C. Kincer (center) with a $10,000 Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) mini-grant to advance strategic planning efforts in the region. Also pictured are Sue Moreland (left) of the ARC Washington, D.C. office; Peggy Satterly (second from left), manager of the Kentucky ARC Program; and Lynn Littrell (fourth from left), executive director of the Office of the Governor, Department for Local Government. The city received the grant through The Center’s Developing and Implementing Community Strategies Program at the ARC Summit held March 30 in Somerset.

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