Volunteers from throughout Kentucky are needed to team with the Civil War Trust to help clean and restore 10 Civil War sites in the state. The annual event — dubbed Park Day — is part of a nationwide effort that includes more than 100 historic sites in 25 states.
Volunteers are encouraged to contact the individual sites. Activities may range from raking leaves and hauling trash to painting signs and planting trees. In exchange for their work, volunteers will receive T-shirts and have an opportunity to hear a local historian describe the significance of the site.
Park Day is scheduled for Saturday. The 10 Kentucky sites are:
■ Battle for the Bridge Historic Preserve, Munfordville. Contact Tres Seymour. firstname.lastname@example.org
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■ Battle of Richmond Park, Richmond. Contact Phillip M. Seyfrit at email@example.com
■ Camp Wildcat, London. Contact: James Cass at (606) 864-9776
■ Columbus Belmont State Park, Columbus. Contact: Cindy Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org
■ Fort Boone Civil War Battle Site, Frankfort. Contact Charles Bogart at email@example.com
■ Fort Duffield, West Point. Contact: Connie Morris at FortDuffield@insightbb.com
■ Old Washington Historic District, Dover. Contact: Dena Gree at firstname.lastname@example.org
■ Middle Creek National Battlefield, David. Contact: Floyd Davis at email@example.com
■ Northern Kentucky Civil War fortification System: James A. Ramage Civil War Museum, Fort Wright. Contact: Jeannine Kreinbrick at firstname.lastname@example.org
■ Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site, Perryville. Contact: Joan House at email@example.com