Community Foundation welcomes three new members to its Board of Directors Print

The Scott County Community Foundation has welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors, announced chairman Joe Wolf. Pat Bridge, Barbara Broady and Lisa Conder all begin their three-year term in October.
Pat has been employed for AFLAC for 32 years. She is a member of First Christian Church and enjoys painting and traveling. She has one daughter, Pamela (Roger) Mosley; four grandchildren, Ryan Payne, Eric Payne, Laura Cox and Alan Mosley; and nine great-grandchildren.
“Over a period of time watching how the Foundation works in helping the community through many different ways, I felt that I could contribute in some way by giving of my time to Scott County that has been so supportive to me in my business,” said Pat. “I became involved and set up a fund in memory of my parents, Laurence and Myrtle Bridge. I am eager to learn and help educate others about the good works of the Community Foundation.”
Barbara is the branch manager for Indiana Bank & Trust in Austin. She is a board member and past treasurer for the Scott County Partnership, and serves as the clerk for Bethel Baptist Church. She enjoys reading, cross-stitch, baking, making mints and canning garden produce.
Barbara and her husband, Jim, have been married for over 42 years. They have two daughters, Tana Coleman and Farah Craig, both graduates of the University of Evansville School of Nursing. They have four grandchildren and two “great” sons-in-law.
Barbara shared that she joined the board in order to give back to the community.
“I feel very honored to have an opportunity to be a part of making Scott County a better place for our future generations,” said Barbara. “I have a lot to learn about the Foundation but am excited to be a part.”
Lisa previously worked for 15 years in IT and product development and now she “no longer gets paid for the work she does, she gets rewarded.” She is a member and elder at Lexington Presbyterian Church, board director of Lexington Good Faith Preschool, Good News Club coordinator, member of the Moose Lodge and CEASE.
Lisa has been married to her husband, Jeffrey, for 27 years. They have one son, Evan, 16, and one daughter, Hannah, 11.
Lisa shared that she joined the board because she was “interested in helping Scott County to become a better place.”
“We welcome our new members to the Scott County Community Foundation Board of Directors,” said Chairman Joe Wolf, “and thank them for volunteering to share their talents to move the Community Foundation into the future.”
The Scott County Community Foundation is a nonprofit organization that has served our community for over 14 years. Through the generosity of donors who are fulfilling their charitable passions, grants and scholarships are awarded to deserving organizations and people each year. The Scott County Community Foundation has granted over $2.6 million for charitable projects and organizations, and over $8.3 million has been funneled to Scott County through the Foundation from Lilly Endowment, Inc.
For more information on the Scott County Community Foundation, call 752-2057, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , stop in the office at 60 N. Main St., Scottsburg, or visit the website at