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Melissa Killen of Leonard was recognized by North East Community Action Corporation (NECAC) President and Chief Executive Officer Don Patrick, left, and Chief Deputy Director Dan Page after she completed the intensive new board member orientation and training session held recently at the agency’s central administration offices in Bowling Green. The orientation focused on the history and mission of the national Community Action movement; local board members’ roles, duties and legal responsibilities; the not-for-profit agency’s 60-plus social service, community health and public housing self-sufficiency programs, contracted funding sources; and a review of the agency’s $29.1 million budget with 95 full-time and more than 100 part-time employees. Killen joins Shelby County Presiding Commissioner Glenn Eagan of Shelbyville and Troy Dawkins of Shelbina as the other Shelby County representatives on the agency’s 36-member board made up of three members from each of the 12 counties.