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By The Staff

Brannick joins Century 21 Century 21 Smith Realty & Auction announces the addition of Mary Brannick, its newest licensed sales associate. Brannick lives in Carroll County with her husband, Mark, and twin sons Gene and Jarred. She has worked as a registered nurse for 21 years and is currently working at Carrollton County Memorial Hospital.

Thurmond named director of development of Louisville Theatrical Association David Thurmond was recently appointed as director of development for the Louisville Theatrical Association.Thurmond has a lengthy career in development, arts management, communications, public affairs and government, education and as a performing artist and choreographer. He has held leadership positions with the commonwealth of Kentucky as deputy secretary of the Kentucky Education Arts and Humanities Cabinet, the Kentucky Department of Education as director of planning and government relations; with the Kentucky Center for the Arts as vice president for programming and marketing; the Governor’s School for the Arts as founding director, the Jefferson County Youth Performing Arts School, the Oldham County Schools Arts Center and the Oldham County Educational Foundation. Thurmond began his artistic career as a dancer with the Louisville Ballet and served as the first director of dance at Louisville’s Youth Performing Arts School. A graduate of Leadership Louisville, as well as its Bingham Fellows program, he is also an alumnus of Leadership Oldham County. Thurmond graduated from Bellarmine University, cum laude, and received his master’s degree from the University of Louisville. “We are very fortunate to have David come on board with us as director of development,” said Peter Holloway, producing artistic director for Broadway At Iroquois and Stage One. “We are expanding rapidly, and we believe he can help us secure the additional resources we need to support our plans for the future.”

Pewee resident honored as Baptist East Hero Cindy Adams of Pewee Valley has been honored by Baptist Hospital East as a Hero for exemplary service to the community. The Crestwood Baptist Church member has twice traveled to Mississippi to help rebuild homes. The registered nurse now sports roofing and other construction-related skills. Adams is a 26-yearemployee of Baptist East.

La Grange residents named Baptist Hospital East Champions La Grange native Harold Snook Jr. and his wife, Mary, have been honored by Baptist Hospital East as Champions for their exemplary service as volunteers in the endoscopy department. The Snooks have been volunteering at the hospital for about six months. Snook works with discharge and housekeeping while his wife, a retired teacher, helps with receptionist duties. The Louisville couple are also active at Southeast Christian Church and the Experimental Aircraft Association.

Moody joins MetLife financial services Brandon M. Moody has joined MetLife Financial Services as a financial services representative. Moody is a graduate of the University of Kentucky. He is a registered representative and is a member of FINRA. Moody is a 2002 graduate of Oldham County High School and has lived in Oldham County since 1992. Central States Financial Group, an office of MetLife, offers financial products and services including life, disability income, long-term care insurance and annuities, mutual funds and investment products. The company is located at 12910 Shelbyville Road, Suite 115, in Louisville.