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Enjoy The Magazine
One of the best things about fall is that the UK Alumni Association takes this opportunity to send all
alumni a copy of Kentucky Alumni, the quarterly magazine that association members tell us they enjoy all
year long. Among the alumni featured in the magazine recently were renowned landscape designer Jon
Carloftis who creates rooftop gardens, educator Julie Young who leads Florida`s nationally respected
online high school, and the very inventive David Mansbery who has a new oven just right for your busy
lifestyle. On the cover of this magazine Lexington Legends CEO Alan Stein. like the others. was generous
with his time and it was a joy to follow him around the ball park on game day. What a fun day! Our only
regret is that we can’t tell everyone`s story. Fortunately, we get to share them with each other at class re-
unions, homecoming, club meetings, on trips, at games and everywhere Kentucky alumni gather.
Vote For A Trustee _
Being a trustee of the University of Kentucky requires dedication and an enormous time commitment.
The UK Alumni Association has been delegated the responsibility to conduct an election to nominate
three individuals whose names will be submitted to the governor with one being appointed to a six year
term of office to represent alumni. Altogether three of the 20 seats are designated for alumni representa-
tives. Tear out your ballot in the center of this magazine and PLEASE VOTE. Each year the trustees make
many far—reaching decisions that affect not only the university but the health and wealth of the Common-
wealth, and indeed the world.
Connect With UK Alumni
In between magazines, visit the association at www.ukalumni.net for more features, news, events, career
assistance, and more. Update your address record and find friends in the online UK Alumni Community. l
Every day the staff of the UK Alumni Association focuses on providing the biggest bang for each dollar of L
dues received from its members by investing in scholarships, great teachers, college alumni and local club
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.   ‘ ‘ A A number of us recently completed what we called "The Dream Tour’” — a whirlwind.
  av     1,600-mile, eight—day tour through 20 Kentucky communities.
  ‘ Le     i  The idea was a simple one: demonstrate to the people of Kentucky the importance of
‘   .. .. " /   UK in helping our state and our children realize their dreams.
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  g · I   As IS often the case, though, I found out that when you start engaging in conversations
V"` A  _   with people across the state, you leam as much as you teach.
 W"" T   In Northern Kentucky, for example, I learned about how our UK Gluck Equine Re-
,     search Center was able to quickly respond to a virus outbreak at Turfway Park before its big
Lane’s End race, giving the track what it needed to contain the virus and hold the race as
planned.
In Western Kentucky we heard Cheyenne Albro, director of the Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force, talk
about the HEEL Program, Health Education through Extension Leadership, which has brought together lo-
cal enforcement and social services agencies with six UK colleges to aggressively attack the 1nethamphet—
amine problem, especially its effect on children. According to a survey recently released by the National
Association of Counties, Kentucky is one of five states in which meth arrests have doubled in the last three
years.
In Eastern Kentucky, we listened intently to a young woman who is a student at the Center of Excel-
, lence for Rural Health in Hazard. She is just one representative of the high achieving students in Eastern
I Kentucky. She’s one more example of how Kentucky children can compete with anyone — if they`re given
I the chance.
  In South Central Kentucky, we met bright, young students at the Somerset Community and Teclmical
` College who want to attend UK and, who along with their teachers and others, have good ideas about how
we can collaborate more with Somerset Community College to make that community even stronger.
And on the bus, while traversing the state. I spent time talking to — and listening to — many of our
deans, who are excited about educating young people and about reaching out into the state to make it an
even better place to live.
As part of that process, we’1l soon be unveiling a program called "The Commonwealth C ollaboratives"
— a series of initiatives where our senior research professors are tackling some of Kentucky`s most intrac-
table problems, from raising math and science scores at the middle school level to addressing dreaded
diseases such as cancer and heart disease that afflict far too many of our people.
· The simple fact is that I learn more and more each day that we are not only the University of Kentucky.
We’re the University for Kentucky. That carries with it a special obligation — an obligation to do all we can
to be a catalyst for creating a new Commonwealth, a state that is healthier, more prosperous and ready to
help its children successfully meet the challenges of a complex and changing 21st century world.
A On "The Dream Tour," we spent time communicating with our alumni and friends about what we’re
doing to change Kentucky for the better. At the same time, we got to hear how much people want their
University — the University of Kentucky — to engage with the state and to lead.
The stories we heard and the compelling examples we saw are a foundation for our commitment and
resolve as we Come back home to prepare for another school year. Every day, at UK