Damron receives service award
State Rep. Bob Damron received the Distinguished Service Award from Leading Age Kentucky, the state-wide association of not-for-profit long-term health care providers, at a recent gathering in Louisville. Damron was nominated for the award by Wesley Village Senior Living Community in Wilmore for legislation he sponsored which helps support and promote the growth of full-service CCRC’s (Continuing Care Retirement Communities) such as Wesley Village.
Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park will host a ghost hunt on Friday, Oct. 26, at 7:30 p.m.
Suzanne Starr Williams, a certified ghost hunter, will lead individuals through the fields of Camp Nelson including the cemetery, prison and forts to experience the ghosts and spirits of the past.
Children under 13 years of age are not allowed. Individuals 13 through 18 are permitted if accompanied by an adult.
Suzanne has 15 years of experience in ghost hunting including several years at Camp Nelson.
She has conducted numerous national conferences and teaches ghost hunting and dousing.
She and her colleagues will lead the hunts with the assistance of cameras, voice and video recorders. Walking is a requirement; therefore, comfortable shoes are recommended. Space is limited for the hunts. The cost for each hunt is $20 with a portion of the proceeds retained for Camp Nelson’s preservation efforts. Reservations can be made by calling Camp Nelson at 859-881-5716 or at Camp Nelson prior to each event.