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Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

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K. Report on Gifts and/or Grants (PR 3C) After calling attention to the record-breaking $7.86 million raised by the University's Development Office in 1982, President Singletary recommended that the report on gifts and/or grants covering the period from October 1, 1982 through December 31, 1982 be accepted and ordered made a matter of record. Without objection, it was so ordered. (See PR 3C at the end of the Minutes.) L. Honorary Degree Recipients (PR 3E) President Singletary recommended that approval be granted for awarding the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters to Dr. Alexander Heard and Doctor of Letters to Dr. Forrest Pogue. The Committee on Honorary Degrees has recommended to the Graduate Faculty and the University Senate that these honorary degrees be awarded, and these two bodies have expressed their approval of the recommendation. President Singletary added that Ms. Jean Ritchie, who was approved for an honorary degree of Doctor of Letters by the Board last year but who was unable to attend Commencement exercises, has indicated that she will be present to receive the degree this year, On motion made by Mr. Black, seconded by Mr. Larry Jones, and passed unanimously, approval was granted to the awarding of the honorary degrees as recommended in PR 3E. (See PR 3E at the end of the Minutes.) M. Naming of University Building (PR 4A) President Singletary recommended that the Board approve the name of HECHT S. LACKEY, SR. ADMINISTRATION BUILDING for the administration building at Henderson Community College. Chancellor Wethington pointed out that Mr. Lackey was a long- time supporter of the University of Kentucky and Henderson Community College. He was associated with the College Foundation, Incorporated, the local community group which raised funds for the land for the college, and was one of the original appointees to the Henderson Community College Advisory Board. Chancellor Wethington said he was pleased to support President Singletary's recommendation that the administration building be named in honor of Mr. Lackey. On motion made by Governor Breathitt, seconded by Professor Conley, and passed unanimously, approval was given to name the administration building at Henderson Community College the HECHT S. LACKEY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. (See PR 4A at the end of the Minutes.)

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