Ryan Traub, 2013 Graduate award winner, invites you to come watch this year's Alltech Vocal Scholarship Competition.
Compelling passion for arts and education has driven Alltech’s president and founder, Dr. Pearse Lyons to pioneer the annual Alltech Vocal Scholarship Competition, and as a result, it has become the largest vocal event in Kentucky.
Discover what the 2013 Haiti Citadelle Run was all about and why Alltech is committed to helping build a sustainable Haiti.
Read more on Alltech's blog - http://www.alltech.com/blog/posts/haiti-citadelle-run-supporting-education-haiti
San-Souci Palace – Start and Finish
San souci is French for carefree. That’s not a word that comes to mind when you think of Haiti now but Henri Christophe (Henry I, King of Haiti) chose it as the name for the luxurious palace that he built shortly after Haiti gained its independence in 1804. Surely he saw a bright future for the new country. Now the palace is in ruins but it is still impressive. It served as a symbolic starting point for our first Haiti Citadelle Run.
In 2009 Muhammad Ali traveled to Ennis, Ireland to explore his Irish ancestry. Ennis, a small town in County Clare, was home to Abe Grady, Ali’s great-grandfather who left Ireland for the United States in the 1840s during the Great Famine.