Plaques Draw Attention to Historical Homes

New plaques have started going up on historic homes in Danville.

Danville, KY

DANVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- New plaques have started going up on historic homes in Danville.

The move is part of an effort by Boyle Landmark Trust to draw attention to historic homes in the central Kentucky county. The organization is selling the plaques under a new program.

Trust board member Ken Harmon says he started the program to recognize the area's history and make sure future generations can enjoy it.

Trust chairwoman Barbara Hulette said the program will improve the historical awareness of residents all over the county.

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