Several leaders from Mercer County visited St. Catharine College recently to discuss networking and ways to better serve the Mercer County population.
Visitors included Adam Johnson (President of the Harrodsburg / Mercer County Chamber of Commerce), Jennifer Hatton (Secondary Instructional Supervisor for Mercer County Public Schools), Jill Cutler (Executive Director of the Harrodsburg / Mercer County Chamber of Commerce), Amy Matthews (Director of Adult Basic Education in Mercer County) and State Representative Kim King.
The delegation from Mercer County met with Dr. David Arnold (Dean of Professional Studies at St. Catharine College), St. Catharine College President William D. Huston and Dr. Don Giles (Vice President for Academic Affairs) in the Martha Layne Collins Conference Room at St. Catharine and later toured the new Emily W. Hundley Library, as well as other parts of campus. They ate lunch on campus, partaking in a meal prepared from Kentucky Proud products.
Founded in the Dominican tradition in 1931 and sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Peace, St. Catharine College, a Catholic Dominican college inspired by its founders, welcomes all to the challenging pursuit of truth, preparing them to become critical thinkers, ethical leaders, and engaged citizens.