2012-11-08 / Front Page

SAR hears of Kettle Creek master plan



Jason Hardin of the Central Savannah River Area Regional Commission office receives a certificate of appreciation from W-W SAR Vice President David D. Jenkins. Hardin presented a program on the Kettle Creek Battlefield Master Plan project at the October meeting of the W-W SAR. “Hardin is drafting ideas for the state master plan on the Wilkes County Revolutionary War battlefield area on Kettle Creek,” Jenkins said. “The plan will assist with future project grants for economic development and historical preservation.” Hardin’s presentation defined goals and objectives, and identified resources associated with the project. He also sought input from the attendees who represented the Wilkes County organizations of the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution and Kettle Creek Battlefield Association, Inc. Jason Hardin of the Central Savannah River Area Regional Commission office receives a certificate of appreciation from W-W SAR Vice President David D. Jenkins. Hardin presented a program on the Kettle Creek Battlefield Master Plan project at the October meeting of the W-W SAR. “Hardin is drafting ideas for the state master plan on the Wilkes County Revolutionary War battlefield area on Kettle Creek,” Jenkins said. “The plan will assist with future project grants for economic development and historical preservation.” Hardin’s presentation defined goals and objectives, and identified resources associated with the project. He also sought input from the attendees who represented the Wilkes County organizations of the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution and Kettle Creek Battlefield Association, Inc.

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