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Kentucky photographer and Hollywood wife shares her pics with state parks foundation


Natural Bridge State Park is one of the 49 helped by the work of the Kentucky State Park Foundation. (Photo from KSPF)

Natural Bridge State Park is one of the 49 helped by the work of the Kentucky State Park Foundation. (Photo from KSPF)

 
The Kentucky State Parks Foundation wants to give you a gift in October. Renew or begin a membership with the foundation and receive benefits and a special offer.
 
Making a gift to the foundation in October will mean postcards or note cards featuring photographs by Kentucky native Linda Bruckheimer. Membership benefits include 10 percent lodging discounts at state resort parks as well as discounts at gift shops and on the golf courses.
 
“We appreciate the support of the Kentucky State Parks Foundation,” Parks Commissioner Elaine Walker said. “The funds raised by the foundation go directly to projects at our 49 Kentucky State Parks.”
 
Bruckheimer, wife of film and television producer Jerry Bruckheimer, maintains a farm in Bloomfield, Kentucky, and a home in Los Angeles. The limited-edition ccards are available with an online gift or by visiting one of eight state parks including Cumberland Falls, General Butler, Jenny Wiley, Kentucky Dam Village, Lake Barkley, Lake Cumberland, My Old Kentucky Home or Natural Bridge.
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The foundation welcomes the support of individuals who share a commitment to protecting, enhancing and promoting the natural, historical and cultural resources of Kentucky’s state parks and historic sites.
 
For more information or to join the foundation, visit the foundation page.
 
From KSPF


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