President’s Page

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 Homeplace on Green River was established in 2001 with the purchase of farm lands, a home built in 1805, and several other outbuilding.  It came about as a dream of a few citizens dedicated to preserving the rural farm heritage of this … Continued

People and Activities

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Homeplace continues to be used for a variety of activities.  Adair County’s Cub Scout Pack 888 held an overnight campout early in May.  Thanks to Executive Board member and Lindsey Wilson College Professor of Art and Education Lori Sargent and some … Continued

Caring For Homeplace

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The on-going improvements at Homeplace are encouraging, but Homeplace is a volunteer driven effort and we need more help.  There is much in the planning stages that will depend on volunteers.  Helping care for places like Homeplace can be pleasing and … Continued

Cleaning Attics or Outbuilding?

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Homeplace is always looking for farm and household items from the past to help equip the house and farm buildings and to establish a small museum of farm and home implements from past eras in the life of the farm. … Continued

Homeplace–The Learning Place

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Students from Lindsey Wilson College, under the tutelage of Lori Sargent, professor of art and education and Homeplace Board member, completed a research and creative activities project this Spring.  Following is a synopsis of that project written by Professor Sargent. … Continued