Attention City Clerks! David B. Smith and Kitty Johnson Scholarship applications now available.

Posted on January 8, 2018

2018 Scholarships For Clerks Training Events

The David B. Smith Memorial Scholarship

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Sponsored by the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) for eligible members of the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association.

Background
The Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) recognizes the critical role city clerks play in quality governance. To acknowledge the service of clerks, KLC began funding the David B. Smith Memorial Scholarship in 2009.  David B. Smith was a person of great humor and warmth. He was well- known to many city clerks. David died on September 7, 2007. The scholarship is KLC’s way to keep David’s commitment to cities ongoing and to assist a group of professionals for which he had so much respect - Kentucky’s city clerks.
Purpose, Scope and Eligibility. 

The Kitty Johnson Scholarship 
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Sponsored by the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association for eligible members of the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association. 


The Education Foundation was created in 1987 to memorialize the contributions made by Kitty Johnson, retired Council Clerk of Lexington, to the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association. Ms. Johnson was a founding member of the Association and was instrumental in initiating the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Certification Program in 1980. The KMCA Board wishes to continue the vision of Kitty, that all Kentucky Clerks have the opportunity for educational development.
Purpose, Scope and Eligibility. 

Applications be returned by February 28, 2018 to: 
Ashley Jackson, Assistant City Clerk
City of Bowling Green
P.O. Box 430
1001 College St.
Bowling Green, KY 42102