Bourbon Christian Academy:
State Champions

The BCA Lions Boys Basketball Team are the 2023 KCSAA State Champions.
The Lions who were also undefeated this season sealed the deal Saturday night with their championship win.
Congrats on your win!
The team will travel to National’s in Ohio in March.

Pictured with the basketball team is the volleyball team at Bourbon Christian Academy.
Members of the championship basketball team are:
Tanner Crawford, Oliver Slattery, Kyle Claypool, Landon Martin, Anthony Bell,
Eli West, Austin Beatty, Warren Slattery, Dakota Fuller, Colton DeBruler, Jos Faw, Mason Griffin.

On Thursday, December 29th, 2022,
The Millersburg Volunteer Fire Department was presented the 2022 Millersburg Co-Citizen of the Year Award. 
They were unanimously chosen by the Millersburg City Council recognizing their tremendous efforts
during the tragic Downtown Fire earlier in the year.
Not present, but also chosen unanimously by the Millersburg City Council for Co-Citizen of the Year,
was Melissa Robinson – recognized for her efforts in alerting residents
in the burning downtown buildings to evacuate.

Millersburg thanks all the wonderful individuals for their efforts during that time.

[Pictured above Mayor Lee Hopkins presenting
Chief Bill Deutsch and members of the Millersburg Volunteer Fire Department
and Junior Fire Department with their award]



On Monday, June 27th, 2022,
Chief Maurice Lykins was presented his 20 Year D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education)

Service Award by Mayor Lee Hopkins. 

We appreciate all the efforts that Chief Lykins puts towards assuring that our youth is taught and has the tools to resist peer pressure and live drug and violence free lives.
According to the D.A.R.E. website, the program was founded in 1983 and is taught to students, from kindergarten – 12th grade.

“Mo” as many know him, spent the last school year at North Middletown Elementary teaching their students the D.A.R.E program each week.

Mr. Lykins has taught D.A.R.E to elementary students for 24 years now.
What an accomplishment!

Thank you Chief Lykins!