Civil War Site Cleanup Day In Kentucky Next Month

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 3/10 9:30 pm
Organizers are looking for volunteers to help clean up and restore 10 Civil War sites in Kentucky.

The event on April 5, 2014, is part of Park Day, which is an effort that the Civil War Trust said would involve about 100-sites in 26-states.

Activities could include raking leaves, hauling trash, painting signs and planting trees.

Volunteers would receive a T-shirt and have the chance to hear a local historian talk about the site's significance.

Sites in Kentucky include:
  • Covington
  • Frankfort
  • London
  • Louisville
  • Munfordville
  • Nancy
  • Perryville
  • Prestonsburg
  • Richmond
  • West Point
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