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John Abbott
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3703 Mohawk Dr
LaGrange, KY 40031
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South Oldham Lions Club meets on the 2nd and fourth Tuesday of the month at the

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Brownsboro Community Center
7701 Highway 329
Brownsboro, KY 40014

Meeting starts at 6:45PM
For updated meeting information please contact:
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Garry Newson
108 Stoney Creek Ct
Pewee Valley KY 40056
502-618-1156

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Oldham County, the 74th Kentucky county formed in December 1823, was named for Colonel William Oldham, a Revolutionary War officer from Jefferson County. Oldham County, largely rural, is located in north central Kentucky, part of the outer bluegrass region, along the Ohio River. Oldham county has a land area of 189 square miles, with cities - La Grange, Crestwood, Goshen, Pewee Valley, Ballardsville, Buckner, River Bluff, Park Lake, and Orchard Grass Hills. LaGrange was established as the county seat in 1838.

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