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Good crowd attends Homeplace Fish Fry & Board Meeting
Michael Caldwell, VP for Homeplace, summarizes improvements. Darren Henson talks about evolving trailheads. Green Countians Leah Hayes and Summer Sebastian provide musical entertainment
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By George Kolbenschlag
News from Homeplace on Green River
More than 80 people braved the Friday evening heat at Homeplace on Green River to attend the annual summer board meeting and fish fry. An evening breeze helped with fans kept the heat down in the newly restored 1860s barn, site of the entertainment and board meeting.
The business meeting featured landscape architect Darren Henson who talked about the evolving trail system at Homeplace and the adjacent Taylor County/Green River Nature Area.
The trails are open, maintained and accessible at the Homeplace trail head. An additional agrarian trail is being constructed. Brother Mike Caldwell, board vice president summarized the significant improvements made and underway at the farm in the past few months.
Music was provided by Leah Hayes who sang and was accompanied by Summer Sebastian on guitar. Both are from Green County. The fish fry was provided by Green County grill master Joe Creason and Chris and Marie Anderson provided the Mayfield ice cream.
Chris also set up an=nd monitored the sound system.
2017 has brought vast improvements in the buildings and programing at Homeplace and much planning has been done to expand and improve the annual Fall Heritage Festival scheduled for September 9, 2017.
As more individuals, organizations and businesses continue to step up and help with their time, talent and financial support Homeplace has blossomed.
Our website: www.homeplacefarmky.org. We're on Facebook, Homeplace on Green River Kentucky. - George Kolbenschlag
This story was posted on 2017-07-24 06:43:30
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