Our Staff
Jenny Denney

Jenny Denney - Executive Director

Jenny, in her sixth year with LCPAC, is a native of Somerset and a Graduate of Southwestern High School. She pursued her Bachelors degree in Music education with an emphasis in vocal performance from Western Kentucky University and soon after completed her Masters In Music Education at Eastern Kentucky University. Jenny has been teaching high school for 10 years. In her years of teaching she has taught band, choir, music theory, drama, dual credit music through Somerset Community College and recently began a handbell program at SWHS. She is currently at Southwestern High School as the choir director.

 Diane Bullock

Diane Bullock
Storytelling Elementary

Diane Bullock, in her sixth year with LCPAC, comes to us with a diverse performance background. She studied vocal performance at San Diego State University where she performed in many operas, master chorales and touring international choirs under the direction of many world renowned conductors. She has served as music director of many church choirs. Since coming to Kentucky, Diane has created and implemented a Fine Arts program for The Galilean Children’s Home. She is currently a member of the nationally recognized Lexington Singers, is serving as the music director at the First United Methodist Church in Somerset and serves the community as a combination singer/storyteller by performing for churches, civic groups, parties, pre-schools, funerals and weddings.

Amber Frangos

We are proud to welcome Amber Frangos to our staff this year, Amber is currently the resident playwright at Flashback Theater. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University Drama in the Classroom. Her play Rosies: The Women Who Riveted The Nation debuted at Flashback Theater in 2018. Leo: His Journey Through Breast Cancer was featured in The Dramatists Guild Footlights in 2021. Her current project, Mary: Her Story will have its world premier in 2022.

Dawn Pyles

Dawn is in her third year with LCPAC. She is a lifetime musician beginning at the early age of 15 as a concert pianist, and soon realizing her true calling and passion for teaching and sparking inspiration for the Arts in young children. She pursued her Bachelors degree in Music Education from EKU, her Bachelors degree in Elementary Education from Lindsey Wilson College, and her Masters in Education from Liberty University. Dawn has been teaching vocal and instrumental music for 28 years, the past 15 of which have been for the Pulaski County School District. Ms. Pyles is beginning her 13th year as Performing Arts teacher at Southern Elementary. For 25 years, Dawn has also been blessed with the call to utilize her passion and musical gift through Children’s Ministry. She has served the Lord through many facets in this capacity and takes every opportunity to spark Christ’s love through The Arts. Ms. Pyles is the proud mother of four amazing children and two beautiful grandchildren.

Keila Ann Wilson

Keila, in her 2nd year with LCPAC,  is a 2017 graduate of Campbellsville University with a degree in music education. Mrs. Wilson has played with the Campbellsville University String ensemble, Campbellsville University Orchestra, and The Kentucky Classic Orchestra. Mrs. Wilson is originally from Somerset, KY where she taught private violin lessons at Earl Brookes Piano and Music store as well as elementary music in the Pulaski County school district. She currently resides in Owensboro, KY where she teaches music at Cravens Elementary School.

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