Spirit of Preservation 2018

Sunday, October 21, 2018, 3:00 till 5:00 in the afternoon at Chaplin Hill Bed and Breakfast, 4221 Perryville Road, Danville, KY.

Guest Speaker: Erick Rawlings, Staff Architect,
Kentucky Heritage Council

Free ~ Open to the Public

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Saint James AME Church.

Boyle Landmark Trust recently presented Pastor Ralph Smith and members of the congregation at Saint James AME Church, a historical plaque for their efforts in historical preservation.

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T. B. Bright House

Several members of the Boyle Landmark Trust recently presented Chris Kubale and the Kubale Family, a historical plaque for their efforts in historical preservation of the T. B. Bright House and Farmstead located on Lexington Road, Danville, KY.

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How the Trust Achieves Its Purpose

The Trust achieves its purpose by acting as a resource and advocacy organization that will identify historic properties throughout the city and county and publish these properties with their histories.  The Trust will designate and signify properties and act as a resource and information center in procuring funding for restoration and preservation in the county.

In addition, the Trust will provide the necessary historical  documentation for restoration projects and act as a resource for state, federal and local governments in designating historic districts, preservation ordinances and tax incentives.  Educational programs will be presented that will focus on local history and speakers be available to City, County and private schools as well as the public at large.

 

Grayson Tavern

Get Involved

For more information about the Boyle Landmark Trust and their goals, please contact us by clicking here, Info Request.  We will be happy to answer your questions and send out more information to you.  You may also write to us at Boyle Landmark Trust, P.O. Box 1693, Danville, Kentucky  40423-1693