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Congratulations Marilyn Neumann, Campbellsville Main Street

Marilyn Neumann, Campbellsville Main Street, received a Volunteer of the Year Award from the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet as it recognized 17 Kentucky Main Street communities for efforts to foster economic vitality and job creation through historic preservation.

The Kentucky Main Street program consists of 28 communities. Lt Gov. Coleman recognized Main Street communities for their outstanding efforts in economic vitality, promotion, historic preservation and adaptive reuse, volunteerism, local Main Street partnership and Spirit of Main Street.

"Kentucky Main Streets serve as the heart of our communities and highlight the small businesses that represent the culture and uniqueness of the commonwealth," Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet Mike Berry said. "The economic impact that Kentucky Main Streets reported last year illustrates just how incredibly vital every community is to the future of Kentucky, and why we must continue to support efforts to redevelop and invest in both rural and urban Kentucky."

This story was posted on 2022-05-05 07:54:16
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