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Bullitt Central High School Seminars on Preparing for Adult Life
Students were allowed some recreation time in the gymnasium. Students were allowed some recreation time in the gymnasium. Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Alex Wimsatt offered advice on Landing a Job. The Kentucky Youth Center showed life developing tips on a screen. Tom Chamberlain of Light Out Bar and Grill let students know how to Be the Boss. Bullitt Central teacher Roderick Pack advised students that by being resourceful with spending, they will be Never Too Broke to Have Fun. Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority financial expert Gene Weiss was onhand to answer questions about investing money for college, Spanish teacher Angie Comacho gave her class tips on being Fit and Fabulous. Literature was provided to Bullitt Central students. David Littlejohn emphasized the importance of First Impressions. Our Lady of Peace's Marjie Miller spoke about Successful Transition. Bullitt Central students learned a quick and easy way to prepare French Toast in a ceramic mug. Bullitt Central students learned a quick and easy way to prepare French Toast in a ceramic mug. Sullivan University hosted Not Ramen Noodle Again. Bullitt Central students listen to seminar speakers. UPS Representatives talked about what graduating seniors need to bring to an interview. Principal Dr. Jim Beavers addressed students in the gymnasium. Representatives from UPS spoke about career opportunities. The seminars began in the library media center. Le Ann  Barbee of First Harrison Bank was one of several speakers participating in an 'adulting' seminar sponsored by Bullitt Central High School's Youth Service Center. Ms. Barbee's talk was on The T-Shirt is Not Worth 12% Interest.