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Tuesday, 28 June 2011 13:16

July, 1991

July 1, 1991 – The second new play of the 15th season of Horse Cave Theatre “Letters & Lovage”  opens.

July 2, 1991 – Carolyn Starr, the friendly face behind the front desk at Barren River State Park is retiring after 20 years with the park system.

July 3, 1991 – Elizabeth West, LPN of Munfordville was selected as Glasgow State ICF Employee of the quarter. She is a 26 year employee at ICF.

July 7, 1991 – Construction of a 6400 sq. foot, two level addition is underway at the Glenview Christian Church on Glenview Drive.

July 8, 1991 – AD – Half off on Summer Shoes and Handbags, 20% off Jewelry at Sue’s House of Shoes, 119 E. Washington Street, Glasgow.

July 9, 1991 – Discussion is held by Glasgow City Council regarding the situation of the Barren River Shopping center/Legion Park Wall.

July 10, 1991 – Prominent Glasgow Businessman Charles “Bobby” Richardson dies. He was co owner of Richardson Hardware.

July 12, 1991 – AD – Grand opening of Shorty’s TV in Glasgow at Southgate Plaza.

July 16, 1991 – The official groundbreaking for the Barren County Family YMCA was held Monday afternoon at the side of Reynolds Road behind Barren River Plaza Center.

July 17, 1991 – Lisa Bradley is chosen Miss Farmers RECC at the annual FRECC meeting.

July 18, 1991 – Ida Hays, who lives with her daughter, Eva Bybee, celebrated her 100th birthday on July 11th.

Dr. Jud Allen joins the practice of Dr. Orlando Bravo.

July 19, 1991 – Barren County School System announces all day kindergarten for kindergarten students.

July 21, 1991 – “Twice Treasured for Tots” opens in Happy Valley Shopping Center. It is owned and operated by Richard and Dee Anderson.

July 24, 1991 – Gov. Wallace Wilkinson will be in Glasgow Friday to make a sizable contribution in the form of a Federal Community Block Grant to aid in developing the South Central Kentucky Cultural Center.

Kathy McCluskey of Cave City is the manager of the Family Dollar Store on the Happy Valley Road.

July 28, 1991 – Mitzi Jones, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones of White Plains, Kentucky was crowned Miss Barren County Fair.

July 29, 1991 – Glasgow High School’s new band director is Keith Vincent. He was the former assistant band director at Henderson County High School.

July 30, 1991 – Former Barren County Educator, Oren Doyle, dies in Bowling Green. He was also the first director of the Glasgow Senior Citizens Center in Glasgow.

July 31, 1991 – New business in Glasgow – Troy’s Barbershop opens at the corner of W. Cherry Street and Samson Street.

 

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