Friday, October 12, 2012 at 12:45 pm (Updated: October 14, 12:27 am)
A ceremony to formally dedicate the 73-acre expansion at Saunders Springs Nature Preserve has been rescheduled for Monday morning.
Postponed earlier because of wet weather, the program will feature representatives of Radcliff city government, the city’s Forestry Board and Col. Bruce Jenkins, the garrison commander at Fort Knox.
Fort Knox and Radcliff signed an agreement to allow post property near the park to be used and trails have been established.
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