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A2 November 17, 2016 THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD The Hart County Raider Band was recognized at the Hart Co. Fiscal Court meeting on Thursday, Nov. 10. Pictured, from left, with the bend are County Attorney Mike Nichols, Magis- trates Ronald Riordan, Lee Miles and Doug Wells, Judge/Executive Terry Martin, Band Members, Field Commander Kaleb Trent, Band Director Ed Johnson, Assistant Band Carolyn Johnson and Boyd Rexroat, Magistrates Gary Gardner and Ricky Alvey. Photo submitted ol ntinued fro Members of the Leadership Hart County 2016-2017 class met with the administrative personnel of the filming company now worldng on a film in Hart County. ~ from left; are PrcKlucM George Shamieh, Kandi Jones, Lee Miles, Maria Miles, Director Branscombe Richmond, Film Staff Sanford Hampton, Jessi(a Marsh and Judge/Executive l~lN1y ~ The class attended the filming at the Billy Smith Farm. Photos by Jerry Matera, TheNews-Heraid Actor Sean Faris plays Levi Troyer in the Hallmark movie called "An Uncommon Grace" being filmed in Hart County. Photo by Jerry Matera Judge Executive Terry Martin stops by a set in Hart County to talk to the leading actors in"An Uncommon Grace~ from left, Jes Mecallan, Judge Executive Terry Martin and Sean Faris. Photo by Jerry Matera received in Horse Cave as well as the rest of the county. "There are 3 more movies that could be made in Hart Coun- ty because the local ter- rain," shared Samieh. "I will definitely be telling others about how won- derful it was to work in Hart County. Branscombe Richmond and San_ford Hampton and are film producers and they said because Hart County is the heart of Kentucky it could has a lot to offer to future film makers. "The loca- tion of Hart County has a lot to offer because you are so close to the high- ways, shared Hampton. "Another perk for Hart County is the equipment, trucks, dripping electrici- ty and generators are go- ing to stay in Horse Cave and this will save money in the future. The equip- ily upon the $9 million state grant that was ap- plied for. The Southern Kentucky Film Commission mem- bers are Judge Executive Terry Martin, Hart/Horse Cave Tourist Commis- sion Executive Director Sandra Wilson, Mun- ment will play a very im- fordville Tourism Com- portantrole.ha:fitm, mak, *, cboosin$ Hart County or sarrounding counties." mission Executive Di- The following Ounti rector Coni Shepperd and have expressed interest Hart County Chamber of in joining tile Soutbem Commexce Executive Di' Kenmcloj Film Comm : rector Vh'ginia Davis. Ex sion: Barrerk Edmonson, ! officio members include State Representative Bart Roland, and Film Com- pany personnel Sammy Terry, Branscombe Rich- mond, Sanford Hampton and George Shamieh. Warren and S son. Martin said that the com. mission will help pro- mote movi in the coun- ties that belong to the film commission. . *' r' Martin said many of the young people in Hart County are interested in pursuing a career in mov- ie making and technolo- gy. "We have applied for a state grant to establish a career center for Hart County and Caverna stu- dents in the area," stated Martin. "If we get the funding for the career center the opportunities at the cen- ter will include getting a CDL license, Lineman instruction, dispatcher in- struction and technology ," said Martin. The center, which would be located at the site of the new Hart Co. High School, would partner with Western Kentucky University and would also teach film making. He said the county would know about the grant this month. Whether or not the school district will include a ca- reer center depends heav- Get 3X your device's trade-in value when you switc5 to Bluegrass Cellutar~/hat's u0 to $650 in credit, just bringing in your phme. 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