Woodford County briefs: Get rid of old tires the right way

September 12, 2012 

The Waste Tire Amnesty Program will offer free tire disposal from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday-Saturday at District 7 State Highway Department, Crossfield Drive, Versailles. Most tires, including those on rims, will be accepted. Tires not accepted include foam-filled tires, off-road construction equipment tires and solid tires with pressed-on rims. Tire retailers and agricultural tire retailers are not eligible to participate. Call the county recycling office at (859) 873-0660.

Woodford documentary near post-production phase

Kentucky film production company, Marvo Entertainment Group, is nearing the post-production phase for My Kentucky Home: Woodford County, the latest documentary in its My Kentucky Home series. More than 25 people have been interviewed to date. For a sneak peek at some of these stories, visit the Marvo web site at Marvoentertainmentgroup.com and click on Woodford County.

The amount needed to complete funding the project is only $27,480 of the $90,000 total budget. All donor names will appear in the credits for the show and donations are tax deductible. Checks should be made payable to the Woodford County Historical Society, noting My Kentucky Home: Woodford County. Contributions should be directed to Dona Wilson, Treasurer, Woodford County Historical Society, 121 Rose Hill, Versailles, KY 40383.

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