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Every reader of The Kentucky Explorer, no doubt, has a special memory. Why not write it down and share it here in this column? Help preserve the story of our vanishing past for today and tomorrow. We need memories and photographs from every part of Kentucky and beyond.
When submitting your "I Remember" stories, please include any photographs or illustrations, if you have them. Though not a requirement, photos do add a lot of appeal to your story.
Here is a list of a few of the "I Remembers"
found in our May 2006 issue:
Celebrating 100 Years
A Great Swimming Hole In Pike County
From A Child's Hand
Mom, Mommie, or Minnie
My Baby Brother
Summer of 1965
Little Flockey School
A Coal Miner's Daughter
Search For Indian Gold
Growing Up In Cardinal, Kentucky
Rusty Bill And The Terrapin
Uncle Victor Conley
Lower Hell For Certain School
These are the titles of the "I Remembers" in this month's issue. Subscribe today and read them all.
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