Scrapbook for Feb. 22
Morning Pointe of Danville residents jaws dropped as “The King” himself set foot in the building, but only several decades younger. The seniors met Jonathan Taber, a.k.a. “Little Elvis,” from Wilmore, who enjoys performing the classics of the late musical legend. Tapping their toes and stomping their feet, the seniors were delighted to have the young doppelganger perform famous favorites to everyone’s enjoyment.
The senior living and memory care community invites performers from all genres and all ages to share their talents as part of Morning Pointe’s life enrichment program.
Donnie Sullivan, Jr. graduated from The University of Kentucky on Dec. 16, 2016 with a degree in Economics. Donnie is a 2012 graduate of Lincoln County High School.
McDowell House receives grant
The Kentucky Historical Society recently announced that is has awarded The McDowell House Museum, Inc., a $700 grant.
The money will help the museum purchase equipment to safely remove dust and dirt from collections items without harming them, improve their appearance for visitors and aid preservation.
Kentuckians who are due a state income tax refund can designate all or part of it to the trust fund at the time they file their taxes. The McDowell House Museum is one of 17 recipient organizations from the first grant pool. The Kentucky Historical Society administers the fund.
For more information about the museum’s project, contact Lauren Clontz (859) 236-2804, firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the Kentucky Local History Trust Fund, contact Becky Riddle, email@example.com or Amanda Higgins, firstname.lastname@example.org. They can be reached by phone at (502) 564-1792.