Governor Fletcher Photo Galleries 2005
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County Judicial Center Dedication:
Governor Fletcher joined Chief Justice Joseph Lambert, County Judge Executive Lewis H. Warrix, Senator Johnny Ray Turner, Representative Teddy Edmonds, and other local dignitaries on Tuesday, September 27, for the dedication of the new Breathitt County Judical Center in Jackson. Prior to the dedication, Governor Fletcher stopped to visit with residents at the local Family Diner restaurant. (September 27, 2005)
Hazard High School
Governor Fletcher visited Hazard High School on Wednesday, September 21, to congratulate school officials and students for exceeding their CATS testing improvement goal by 11 points. The school received the 10th highest test score of all high schools in the state. (September 21, 2005)
Storage Tank Dedication:
Governor Ernie Fletcher joined Marathan Petroleum Company officials and other state and local leaders Thursday, September 22, to dedicate a new "Kentucky Unbridled Spirit" mural that has been painted on a large crude oil tank near I-64 and U.S. 23 in Catlettsburg, Kentucky. The 6.3 million gallon tank mural is clearly visible to drivers as they cross the West Virginia border into Kentucky. (September 22, 2005)
Katrina Troop Mobilization:
Governor Ernie Fletcher and Adjutant General Donald C. Storm spoke with troops from the Kentucky National Guard Friday morning, September 2, as they prepared to travel to the flood-ravaged areas of Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana to assist in Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. The convoy is commanded by Major Ruth Graves and included 150 National Guard soldiers who will serve as a truck company in support of the recovery mission, transporting essential materials and supplies to residents in the disaster-stricken region. (September 2, 2005)
GSP Alumni Induction
Governor Fletcher inducted the 2005 Eastern Kentucky University Governor's Scholars into the Governor's Scholars Program Alumni Association on Friday, July 29, encouraging Kentucky's best and brightest to keep learning, keep exploring, and keep discovering. (July 29, 2005)
Governor dedicates Unbridled Spirit mural - Governor Fletcher inducted the 2005 Eastern Kentucky University Governor's Scholars into the Governor's Scholars Program Alumni Association on Friday, July 29, encouraging Kentucky's best and brightest to keep learning, keep exploring, and keep discovering.
Governor Fletcher announced the selection of John Roach to fill the unexpired term of state Supreme Court Justice James Keller, who resigned at the end of May. Roach, who served most recently as General Counsel in the Office of the Governor, joined Fletcher for the announcement at the Kentucky Bar Association meeting in Louisville. (June 10, 2005)
Bush in Hopkinsville
Governor Fletcher greeted President Bush upon his arrival at Fort Campbell on Thursday, June 2. That afternoon, the president held a forum in Hopkinsville as part of his nationwide tour to build support for Social Security. (June 2, 2005)
Derby Day 2005:
Governor Fletcher celebrated the 131st running of the Kentucky Derby at festivities in Frankfort and Louisville. (May 2005)
Photos from Governor Fletcher's visit to the 2005 World Expo in Aichi, Japan (May 2005)
Memorial Day in Henderson:
Governor Ernie Fletcher and First Lady Glenna Fletcher celebrated Memorial Day at the Henderson War Memorial Foundation in western Kentucky. (May 30, 2005)
Governor Ernie Fletcher and First Lady Glenna Fletcher participated in festivities at the Mountain Laurel Festival on Saturday, May 28.
Governor Fletcher testifying on Capitol Hill:
Governor Fletcher testified before the U.S. Senate committee on Health, Education, Labor & Pensions on Thursday, April 14, 2005. He joined Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius and several former colleagues from the U.S. House of Representatives who now serve as senators. (April 14, 2005)
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