Three recognized at Heritage BPW banquet

Published 8:37 am Sunday, October 29, 2017

The Heritage Business and Professional Women’s Club, composed of women in Boyle and Lincoln counties, recognized women in the area for their achievements at the club’s annual banquet. The banquet and other club events are held during Kentucky Professional Women’s Week.

The Business Promoting Women Award was presented to Genesis Hair Salon in Danville. Dawn Hastings, owner, accepted the award. All operators/stylists in the shop are independent operators, and all are women.

A Woman of Achievement Award was presented to Dr. Jannice Aaron Baughman of Stanford. She is a semi-retired radiologist who was one of the first in her field to use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). When serving as chair of University of Louisville School of Medicine Radiology Department, she was one of three women in the United States serving in that capacity at the time. She still works with rural medical facilities.

Dr. Baughman was guest speaker for the banquet. A cancer survivor, Baughman gave advice that all women could follow to stay healthy and possibly prevent cancer.

Angela Correll was honored as Woman of the Year. She is a Stanford resident, author, and business owner.

Angela Correll of Stanford received the Woman of the Year Award. She is author of three fictional novels and owner of of Kentucky Soaps and Such in Stanford.

Pioneer Playhouse has presented two plays adapted from her books, Grounded and Guarded, and her third book, Granted, will be out next month. She also is owner of Kentucky Soaps and Such, a shop that makes and sells goats milk products that are manufactured at the business. All employees are female. She and her husband, Jess, are co-owners of the Bluebird Restaurant, as well.