Thanks to the benevolence of the late Nancy Goodin, a former LaRue County school teacher and director of pupil personnel, a $2,000 annual scholarship is available for LaRue County High School graduates majoring in teaching or education at a college or university.
The reported $720,000 endowment is one of the largest ever received by the school system, according to Sam Sanders, the district’s superintendent.
Goodin began her career at Hodgenville High School in 1943 and retired from LaRue County Schools in 1981.
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