National Preservation Month Activities 2021

The following items can found on:

Campbellsville’s Certified Local Government website:
Campbellsville Main Street’s website
Campbellsville Main Street’s Facebook page:
The Central Kentucky News-Journal and the WVLC radio station.

• Mayor Brenda Allen and Judge/Executive Barry Smith proclaim May as National Preservation Month
and sign a joint proclamation.
• Campbellsville Historic Exercise Mile Signage paid for by Trail Town committee.
• New “I Spy Details” scavenger hunt.
• Learn about local history by reading the “Campbellsville/Taylor County Historic Sites Booklet.”
• Purchase local memorabilia “Campbellsville and Taylor County” Kentucky wooden ornaments for
sale at Cozy Comforts and Tucker Diamonds & Gold.
• Discover Campbellsville town through selected building histories and photographs.
• Letters, Design Guidelines brochures, maps and Certificate of Appropriateness applications mailed to
all Local Historic District property owners.

Newspaper articles, photographs and a list of National Preservation month activities sent to the State Historic Preservation Office, Kentucky Main Street Program, Campbellsville and Taylor County, CKN-J, City, County, local radio stations, CLG & CMS websites and Facebook pages.

Members of the Certified Local Government/Historic Preservation Commission holding the National Preservation Month proclamation. From Left to Right: Pam Russell-Secretary, Gwynette Sullivan-Chair, Donna Logsdon-CLG