The South Oldham Rotary presented checks to the principals at the South Oldham schools to help with their indigent funds. They also presented a check to the South Oldham Inter-Church Council (SOICC) to help with the Barry Stoess Christmas food baskets.
With the New Year a new set of programs will be offered by the Oldham County Historical Society. The newest addition will be Sunday hours from noon to 4 p.m. and special activities at the Peyton Samuel Head Family Museum.
The New Year is a time in which people feel that they can start fresh with their lives. They try and put the events and the bad habits of the previous year behind them, setting new goals to improve their life in the year ahead.
When the Oldham County Historical Society’s Peyton Samuel Head Family Museum reopens on Saturday, Jan. 7, one of the exhibits will have special meaning to the inmates of the Luther Luckett Correctional Complex. They have made 200 teddy bears to give away to the first 200 visitors (limit one per family) to the Kentucky State Reformatory exhibit at the museum.