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  • City of Jeffersontown

    History In the late 1770's, the Kentucky ridge on which Jeffersontown would be built was still the forest home of deer, elk, wildcats, and bears. Buffalo lumbered along ancient forest trails on their way to salt licks. Indians also hunted hereIn the 1950s, Taylorsville Ro...

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  • City of Shively

    About Us Shively City News The City of Shively is a Third Class city located in southwestern Jefferson County, Kentucky [map]. We have both full-time police and fire departments, along with our own public works. City Hall is open for business monday through friday from 8:00...

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  • City Of Hurstbourne

    History Hurstbourne is a wedding of two words; 'hurst', meaning a grove of trees, a copse, or a woods, and 'bourne meaning boundary. The individual who in the 19th Century first gave this beautiful name to the property is not known. The history of Hurstbourne is a histo...

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  • City of Windy Hills

    About Us There are 1,076 households out of which 25.8% have children under the age of 18 living with them, 61.3% are married couples living together, 6.2% have a female householder with no husband present, and 30.5% are non-families. 28.3% of all households are made up ...

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  • City of Anchorage

    History Of all the outlying villages that developed in the two-hundred-year history of Jefferson County, Anchorage has most nearly retained its character in the path of the suburban growth of Louisville. Located in eastern Jefferson County along LaGrange Rd., it is a park-...

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  • City of Audubon Park

    About UsOriginally part of a one-thousand acre grant to General William Preston, Audubon Park was developed as a subdivision about 1910. The Audubon Park Realty Company mapped the lots, planted the trees, laid out the roads, and designated the park areas.During World War I t...

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  • City Of St. Matthews

    History Welcome to the City of St. Matthews' Home Site. Here you will find many informative pages about our beautiful city. You will find information on things such as: the founding of St. Matthews as a city and the people who held it together during its early years as ...

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  • City of Indian Hills

    History Indian Hill Farm is a fine tract of rich, rolling land, with springs of the purest and best water bubbling up in the most convenient places on every part of it. The whole of it is down in grass, which is mostly bluegrass, though orchard grass is deemed worthy of no ...

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  • Anchorage Public School

    Mission:The school's mission statement is simple: Launching lifelong learning through inspiration, exploration, and connection. At Anchorage School, we attribute our success to community involvement and strong leadership among our staff. Anchorage's parents volunteer as gues...

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  • Louisville Free Public Library

    Our Mission: The Library's mission is to provide the people of Louisville and Jefferson County with the broadest possible access to knowledge, ideas and information, and to support them in their pursuit of learning. Our Vision: It is the vision of the Commission that th...

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  • Main Library

    History The Main Library is the nucleus of The Library System. The original South Building, designed by Tachau and Pilcher Architects of New York City, was constructed in 1906 with support from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. The contemporary North Building, designed by Lew...

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  • Jeffersontown Chamber of Commerce

    Mission Statement: The Chamber Jeffersontown is to serve and assist its membership by encouraging economic growth and community spirit, while providing education and resources to support and promote Jeffersontown. ...

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  • Old Louisville Chamber of Commerce

    Our Vision We envision the Old Louisville Chamber of Commerce as a major force in the development of Old Louisville into a vibrant historic village where business and residents live and work in harmony. Our Mission To represent the business and professional interes...

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  • Greater Louisville Inc.- The Metro Chamber of Commerce

    OUR STRATEGY In our work to help transform the 15-county/2-state region we call home, GLI is incorporating the aspirations and inspiration of small businesses as well as large companies. We’re considering the needs of those opening their doors last year just as much a...

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  • Actors Theatre Of Louisville

    Mission: Actors Theatre unlocks human potential, builds community, and enriches quality of life by engaging people in theatre that reflects the wonder and complexity of our time. Vision: Actors Theatre is recognized locally and nationally as the leading arts organization ...

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  • Bon Air Branch Library

    Recently renovated, the Bon Air Branch is the second-largest facility in the library system, holding over 100,000 volumes. Bon Air offers many important services, and boasts such amenities as an outdoor reading area and a public meeting room. HistoryThe Bon Air Branch open...

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  • Crescent Hill Branch Library

    History The Crescent Hill Branch, constructed in 1908, was one of the first of nine Carnegie-endowed libraries in the City of Louisville. Designed by the local architectural firm of Thomas and Bohne, it is an excellent example of Beaux-Arts architecture. The library buildi...

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  • Fern Creek Library

    Hours Mon. - Thurs. 10 - 9 Fri., Sat. 10 - 5 Sunday Closed About The Fern Creek Library is located near the Gene Snyder Freeway and serves the burgeoning Fern Creek community.  Fern Creek Library features, in addition to services offered by all other Libraries, a p...

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  • Highland-Shelby Park Branch Library

    About Us Library services have been provided to the neighborhoods just east of downtown Louisville for nearly a century by the Highlands and the Shelby Park branches of the Louisville Free Public Library. These libraries were housed in early 20th century Carnegie bu...

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  • Iroquois Branch Library

    About Us In August 1938, a fund drive, spearheaded by the Beechmont Civic Club, raised monies for construction and purchase of land for our library by selling certificates of ownership, in units of square inches. When the cornerstone was laid on March 1, 1939, a copy of th...

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  • Jeffersontown Branch Library

    About Us The City of Jeffersontown has had a public library for most of this century. On May 11, 1911, a library, sponsored by the Current Events Club, was started in a "newly papered and painted" room of the Bruce Building on Jeffersontown's historic Town Squ...

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  • Middletown Branch Library

    About Us The original Middletown Branch Library opened in Eastern High School in 1962. This was one of four Louisville Free Public Library branches located in Jefferson County School Libraries. This branch closed in 1980. On April 29, 1985 the present Middletown Branch ope...

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  • Okolona Branch Library

    About Us Though memories have been handed down through the years of bookshelves in stores where one could "borrow" to read, the first official library in Okolona was established in 1958 in the Okolona Community Center (which later became the Okolona Woman's Club ...

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  • Saint Matthews Branch Library

    About Us The St. Matthews/Eline branch library has been a proud member of its community for over forty years. After being in temporary quarters over a bank along Shelbyville Rd. and later in a home on Brown Ave., the library moved to Church Way in 1958. The Eline family...

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  • Portland Branch Library

    Histoy The Portland Branch opened on December 18th, 1905, with 1,400 books selected from the Main Library's collection. For the next eight years, the branch operated at two different temporary locations near 26th and Portland Avenue. A grant from the Andrew Carnegie...

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  • Southwest Regional Library

    About Us The Southwest Regional Library opened its doors for the first time on Monday, June 26, 1995. The facility has 19,000 square feet and is located in a busy shopping center on Dixie Highway. It is near schools and on a bus line, making it extremely accessible. It is ...

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  • Speed Art Museum

    History: The Speed Art Museum, originally known as the J. B. Speed Memorial Museum, is Kentucky’s oldest and largest art museum. It was founded in 1925 by Hattie Bishop Speed as a memorial to her husband, James Breckinridge Speed, a prominent Louisville businessman an...

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  • Beargrass Christian Church

    Mission The Mission of Beargrass Christian Church is to teach, celebrate, and share our faith, which is centered on the belief that God has provided for our salvation through Jesus Christ. As a church we will work together to: Reach out into the community as a witness to t...

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  • Crescent Hill Baptist Church

    Vision: Seeking to serve Christ ourselves so that others may come to know God. Mission: A Baptist community of faith in Crescent Hill: ....welcoming God's calling and each other's gifts ....growing as a spiritual family ....engaging our world and inviting all to walk...

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