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KY Native American Heritage Commission meets Thu, 12 Jul 2018

List of commission members, some nearby, in complete story

By Diane Comer
Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Council

FRANKFORT, KY (11 Jul 2018) - The next meeting of the Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission will take place at 1pmCT/2pmET Thursday, July 12 at Lexington Public Library central branch, 140 E Main Street, Lexington. The commission is administratively attached to the Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office.



Commission members are Helen Danser, Tyner, Chair; Dwight R. Cropper, South Portsmouth; Clark Defler, Fisherville; Michael Dunn and Rep. Reginald Meeks, Louisville; Venus Evans, Corbin; David Lee Fallis, Frankfort; A. Gwynn Henderson, David Pollack, and Anne Wood, Lexington; Deanna Jessie, Olive Hill; Susan Mullins, Berea; Christopher A. Robinson, Richmond; Tyler Simpson, Stanford; and Valerie Thompson, Eubank.

The commission was established to recognize and promote Native American contributions and influence in Kentucky's history and culture.

Meetings are open to the public and an agenda is available at www.heritage.ky.gov. For information, contact Tressa Brown, Kentucky Native American Heritage Coordinator, at 502-564-7005, ext. 4467.


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