Plaques Make Historic Properties Stand Out

The Blue Grass Trust's plaque program makes historic properties in central Kentucky easily recognizable, but they aren't the only markers that tell the story.

Of course, homes on the National Register can (but are not required to) have plaques indicating their inclusion. But driving through central Kentucky, I've found at least two other organizations with plaque programs committed to raising funds for the sharing of local history.

Do you recognize these community plaques? They are from the Historic Paris/Bourbon County, Inc. and the Shelbyville Historic Society designating local Shelby County Landmarks.

Can you think of other local plaque programs?