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Kentucky State Parks looking for volunteers in January

Kentuckians displaced by the December 11 tornadoes are being lodged at Kentucky state resort parks. Currently there are 226 state park rooms occupied by displaced Kentuckians and 92 rooms have been provided for first responders.

Kentucky State Parks will be looking for volunteers after the New Year to help with dining room, kitchen, housekeeping and laundry as well as some maintenance work assistance. Those interested in volunteering should contact Andy Kasitz via email at and provide the following information: your name, a cell phone number, the name of park(s) at which you wish to volunteer and your availability.

Parks with vacancies still available for displaced families are:

  • Kentucky Dam Village - 4 rooms available;
  • Kenlake State Resort Park - 13 rooms available;
  • Lake Barkley State Resort Park - 3 rooms available;
  • Barren River Lake State Resort Park - 42 rooms available;
  • John James Audubon State Park - 4 rooms available; and
  • Rough River Dam State Resort Park - 51 rooms available.

This story was posted on 2021-12-21 09:16:19
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