Fundraising efforts continue with knives, bricks on sale
By Ben Sheroan
Monday, October 28, 2013 at 12:03 am (Updated: October 28, 12:30 am)
As Mike Weaver continues his mission to restore a World War II barracks as an attraction on the museum grounds at Fort Knox, he continues to collect new allies.
One of the latest to come to his aid is 74-year-old Paul Greenwell of Morganfield, who recently provided period plumbing fixtures for the restoration.
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