Two achievements stand out to me. One, I am most proud of helping my hometown of Eastern KY recover from the devastation caused by the flood. I worked with Dan Cummins Automotive Dealership to coordinate a drop off location for supplies and then hauled the supplies 3 hours from Georgetown, KY to Fisty, KY. Thanks to Dan Cummins, we were able to feed over 800 people a hot meal, two days after the flood, and provide them with many essential necessities. With donated funds, we purchased backpacks full of supplies for over 500 students. I also reached out to Ariat, a well-known apparel company, in hopes of a donation of rubber work boots to help protects locals while sorting through the devastation. To my surprise, they donated over $25,000 worth of clothes and boots for our community. I’m truly thankful God placed me in a position to help my hometown. Number two, is being involved in the booster clubs through-out my son’s school years. Having the trust of the parents, coaches and school staff to be a positive role model to help develop the students and team into upstanding young adults. To this day most of the parents and young men stay in touch and text me on Mother’s day, holidays and my birthday. The most humbling experience I have had as an adult was the senior class the year after my son graduated invited me back for the homecoming football game, and to my surprise the team donated money to my father to help him recover from the devastating flood of Eastern, KY. I hope these young men, coaches, teachers and parents realize what an impact they have made on my life.