The Kentucky School Public Relations Association recognized Mrs. Sherry Super, former Public Relations Director for Pulaski County Schools, as the 2014 recipient of the O. V. Jones Memorial Award. Named for the late Superintendent O.V. Jones of Grant County Schools, the award is given annually to a KYSPRA member for outstanding service to the organization and school public relations.
Pulaski County Superintendent, Steve Butcher says, “Mrs. Super contains all of the qualities of a great public relations director; innovative, creative, imaginary, and enthusiastic. She is a great ambassador for Pulaski County Schools and for the profession she so capably represents.”
He continues, “However excellent Sherry’s abilities are for public relations service, her character far exceeds for she is a wonderful person and a true testament of integrity. She is always pleasant, caring, and so encouraging to others. She lives her life that family and others would be proud to follow.”
One of Super’s more notable events she initiated is the Pulaski County Golden Age Program or GAP for the community’s senior citizens. The annual theme-based event has grown to approximately 350 to 400 participants held in the fall each year.
Super has been a member of KYSPRA for many years and served as a regional chairperson on the organization’s Board of Directors. Congratulations, Mrs. Sherry Super, the 2014 O.V. Jones Memorial Award recipient.