Super Sunday Set for February 24, 2013.
Yes, you can get a college degree.
Yes, you can have a high-paying career.
Come learn how at the Super Sunday event. Join us Sunday, February 24, 2013 as we partner with African-American churches to host a college information fair for you and your family. College representatives will be on hand to share information about the college planning process, admissions, degree programs, financial aid and more. If you or someone in your family is thinking about higher education, join us at this informative event.
Learn more about Super Sunday and other events happening across the state. Visit supersunday.kctcs.edu.
Second Baptist Mayslick
5005 Raymond Road
Mayslick, KY 41005 | Map
Time: 11 a.m.
First Baptist Church
128 West 8th Street
Paris, KY 40361 | Map
Time: 11 a.m.
Featured Hall of Fame Member
David Henry, a native of Maysville, Kentucky and the youngest of nine children did not know what the future held for him but Maysville Community and Technical College (MCTC) allowed him to design a plan toward a true calling. Mr. Henry graduated cum Laude with an associate in arts degree from MCTC in 2001.
He graduated from Maysville High School in 1986 and decided to attend Eastern Kentucky University (EKU). After being enrolled at EKU for a year, Mr. Henry made a decision to serve his country.
He enlisted in the navy in 1987 and served in the Persian Gulf War. Afterward, he returned to Maysville and worked for Hillshire Farms/Sara Lee until he determined his future goals. "I needed more in my life and had an experience that would change my life forever" said Henry. His need to seek more ambition to succeed led him to MCTC. He was active on campus, serving as the vice president for the student body, founder/president of Christian Fellowship Club, and Phi Theta Kappa Honors Program.
Mr. Henry later utilized his degree and became an entrepreneur for several ventures: David Henry's Trucking Company/Logistic, D & V Carpet Cleaning and co-owner of Exclusive Clothing.
Mr. Henry currently resides in Jacksonville, Florida and works at the Mayo Clinic. Personally, he wants to remain known by many as "a faithful friend, superintendent of Sunday school, deacon, minister, faithful husband and dedicated father."
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