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A Poem About My Mom
Published on May 12, 2023
Abby is a senior at Jefferson County Public School graduating this Spring who would like to be a doctor. She wants to be an anesthesiologist or surgeon. She previously served as Vice President of the Black Student Union. She has an extended basketball, track, & soccer career. Dee, her mom, is enrolled in the accelerated nursing program at Bellarmine University. This poem was inspired after an interview with Abby about what she admires about her mom.
Guest Blog – Julie Muennich: Wine, Women, and Shoes
Published on March 30, 2023
With your help, we were able to raise just under $500,000. All of the funds raised will help Family Scholar House transform the community by empowering families and youth to succeed in education and achieve life-long self-sufficiency. This year’s King of Sole is Larry Muennich. He raised over $5,000 for Family Scholar House in a friendly competition against the other Shoe Guys. The Key to the Vault raffle winner is Alice Baron. She won a luxurious shopping spree to Merkley Kendrick. The Cafe Dream Suite Kitchen Raffle winner is Brooke Sloan. Brooke won a curated kitchen from GE Appliances.
Guest Blog – Maggie Harlow: What’s Poppin’
Published on March 21, 2023
Selfishly, I will confess, I was thrilled to represent my son Jack at his recent show giveaway at Family Scholar House! He had arranged with New Balance to provide 370 pairs of shoes for the kids at all of the FSH homes. When he could not be available for the day of the actual giveaway event, I enthusiastically filled in, grabbing my favorite New Balance sweatshirt for the occasion!
Expanding Our Workforce
Published on January 18, 2023
When first starting at Family Scholar House, I would have never imagined the impact it would have on my life. Much like our participants, I wasn’t sure what the next step in my career would be, but I knew I had a passion to serve and wanted to make a difference in my community.