Meet The Team
Shirie Hawkins serves as the Treasurer of the Woodford County Festival of Trees. I truly enjoy serving
on WCFOT. The organizations that are supported are a great benefit to the Woodford County
community. Shirie is a Commercial Lender for Community Trust Bank in the Versailles Market.
Mick McNulty has lived in off and on in Kentucky for the past 20+ years, the most recent six years in Versailles with his wife Lorraine. He retired after a long career in the manufacturing and industry sector. Mick enjoys cooking, traveling and spending time with his family. He has a passion for education and youth and enjoys supporting the local Young Life area in Woodford County.
Sara is the co-owner and operator of Bridgewater Inspections, Inc. in Versailles. She is a Rotarian and volunteer for the Rotarian reading Program at Middlecreek Elementary. She is an avid hiker and loves adventuring through the many caves, waterfalls and trails of our beautiful state of Kentucky!
Lorraine McNulty retired prior to moving to Versailles in 2013. She serves on Young Life Committee in Woodford County. She enjoys reading, traveling, knitting, crocheting and making hand stamped cards.
Elisha Holt is the owner of Charismatic Media which focuses on Social Media Marketing and Event Coordination. She is the President of the Versailles Merchants Association, serves on the Woodford County Tourism Commission and enjoys traveling and adventure.
Jessica is the Director of Events & Co-Owner of The Galerie, a historic venue in Downtown Versailles. She has a passion for living genuinely, enhancing community, and is thrilled to support WCFOT’s mission to serve the youth and families Woodford County!
Sergeant Anthony O’Conner
I began my career with the Versailles Police Department in March 2000. I have proudly served the citizens of Versailles and Woodford County for over 19 years. I am currently Patrol Sergeant as well as the Treasurer and Vice President of our Cops for Kids Program.
Jordan Branham, Young Life
While all teenagers are unique, they share significant common needs. They need someone to stand with them and accept them as they are. They need someone to walk with them, to “hang” with them as they make their ways in life. Young Life doesn't start with a program. It starts with adults who are concerned enough about kids to go to them, on their turf and in their culture, building bridges of authentic friendship. We believe in the power of presence. Kids' lives are dramatically influenced when caring adults come alongside them, sharing God's love with them. That’s what Young Life has been doing all around the world since 1941 and what Young Life Woodford County has been doing since 2014. Young Life Woodford County is led by Area Director Jordan Branham, a 29 year resident and active community member of Woodford County.