The Hamilton County Leadership Academy recently bestowed its 14th Distinguished Alumnus Award to Kenton Ward, a 1995 graduate of the program. The award was established to recognize graduates who have realized the ideals of the academy experience – to utilize their time, talents and energy to make a positive contribution to the community.
“Kent truly represents the best of what the academy offers residents of Hamilton County. He is but one of many graduates that serves Hamilton County and has made it the great place it is,” HCLA Board President Liz Tate said.
Ward, who lives in Noblesville with his wife Robin, has been serving Hamilton County since 1977. He is a life member of the Hamilton County Historical Society and a past president. He is an Eagle Scout that gave back to scouting as a scout leader for his son’s troop in Noblesville. Ward also serves as chairman of the Hamilton County GIS Policy Committee, the Hamilton County Web Committee, the Hamilton County Wellhead Protection Committee and had two six-year terms on the HCLA board.
For more information, contact Jill Doyle at 606-0324 or email@example.com or visit www.hcla.net.