Work proceeds on historic restoration.

Crews are finishing the first phase of a
long-planned effort to recreate the historic Logan's Fort in
central Kentucky.
American Pioneer Restoration, a Tennessee company that recreates
historic buildings, has spent more than a month building a
two-story block house that anchors a corner of the fort and
portions of two walls extending from it.
The Logan's Fort Foundation has been working to rebuild the 1776
fort for 15 years.
Foundation director Irene Jaggers told The Advocate-Messenger
last week that the organization had spent about $106,000 so far and
about $900,000 is needed to finish the project.
The Danville newspaper reports that the public is invited to a
fundraising party on July 24 to see the progress on the
reconstruction.
(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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