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Homeplace on Green River names new officers/board members

New board members take office as well
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By George Kolbenschlag

Homeplace on Green River, Kentucky's Outdoor Classroom, has named its officers for 2017.

They are President Billy Joe Fudge, Adair County; Vice President Michael Caldwell, Taylor County; Secretary Bill Coleman, Adair County and Treasurer Cheryl Williams, Taylor County.

New board members are Terry Hayes and Bill Manners, Green County and Billy Payne, Adair County.

Homeplace on Green River, 5807 New Columbia Road (Highway 55) between Columbia and Campbellsville is a farm first settled in 1803.

It is being restored and renovated by volunteers from Adair, Green and Taylor counties and was proclaimed by the Kentucky Senate last year as "Kentucky’s Outdoor Classroom."

Homeplace is open to the public and schedules family-oriented activities throughout the year.

Website: Facebook: Homeplace on Green River KY.

This story was posted on 2017-01-19 11:43:17
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