The Kentucky Oral History Commission recently announced that $18,723 in grant funds have been awarded to preserve Kentucky's stories. And Taylor County will receive $1,379 of that amount.
The awards preserve the stories of life in Kentucky by funding the collection of new oral history interviews and the preservation of existing ones.
Now in its 37 year, the KOHC, an agency of the Kentucky Historical Society, has helped document more than 30,000 interviews, from all 120 counties of the Commonwealth.
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