Kentucky Historical Society
KHS to Host Food for Thought: Hindman Settlement School
FRANKFORT, Ky. (Nov. 28, 2011) — The Kentucky Historical Society (KHS) will host Food for Thought: Hindman Settlement School, at noon on Wednesday, Dec. 7, at the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History in downtown Frankfort.
Established in 1902 by May Stone and Katherine Pettit, the Hindman Settlement School has become a model center for education, health care and social services. Join Mike Mullins, director, as he discusses the work and the important role the school has played in the community. The Hindman Settlement School provides education and service programs that address critical needs of the region’s youth and adults, promotes cultural awareness and builds upon Appalachia’s rich cultural heritage.
The menu for the luncheon features a relish appetizer; winter greens with mandarin oranges, dried cranberries, almonds, blue cheese and raspberry vinaigrette; country ham biscuits with bourbon mustard; corn pudding; sweet potato casserole; holiday sampler: jam cake, bourbon bites and pecan bars; and iced tea or coffee.
Tickets to the Food for Thought luncheon are $18 for KHS members and $23 for other patrons. To make a reservation, contact Julia Curry at 502-564-1792, ext. 4414 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservations are required by Friday, Dec. 2.
Food for Thought is made possible by the generous support of the KHS Foundation. To find out more about this and other KHS programs, visit www.history.ky.gov.