Oldham County Animal Control is the regulatory agency responsible for all lost and found animals. The County Animal Shelter staff keep an extensive log of all missing animals and try to match them with reported found animals and strays at large.
The La Grange Rotary Club, with the support of the South Oldham and Prospect/Goshen Rotary Clubs, is sponsoring a $10,000 raffle to raise money for scholarships, as well as local and international service projects.
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.
The Oldham County History Center will present “The Time Capsule Murder” on Thursday, Jan. 26 at 6 p.m. at the John W. Black Community Center, located at 1551 N. Hwy. 393, and presented by the Oldham County High School Drama Club.
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.