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Homeplace on Green River Fish Fry and music

All are welcome to the fundraiser and the the Annual Board Meeting which follows at 6pmCT/7pmCT and features landscape architect Darren Henson will speak about the trail system at annual summer board meeting.
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By George Kolbenschlag

Area residents are invited to support Southcentral Kentucky's cultural heritage Friday, July 21, 2017, with dinner, 3pm-6pmCT/4pm-7pmET, and music by Green County's Leah Hayes, 5pm-6pmCT/6pm-7pmET at Homeplace on Green River, 5807 New Columbia Road (KY 55), Campbellsville, KY. The dinner will include fish, fries, coleslaw, hushpuppies and a drink with proceeds going to going to support on-going restoration projects. Mayfield ice cream will be available for those who want dessert.


The dinners will be "to go" or enjoyed in the pleasant atmosphere in the restored barn at Homeplace. The cost is $10 and the proceeds will support on-going restoration efforts at Homeplace.

All are invited to stay for the annual summer board meeting beginning at 6pmCT/7pmCT. Guest speaker landscape architect Darren Henson will talk about the trail system at Homeplace and those attending will be updated on the status of projects and planned activities at the farm. Family and other educational activities are offered throughout the year including a spring plow day/festival and the fall heritage festival.

This is an opportunity to enjoy good food and music as well as support and learn more about Homeplace on Green River.

Contacts: Phone 270-789-0006 and leave a message. Website:www.homeplacefarmky.org. FB: Homeplace on Green River KY


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