Monday, February 24, 2014
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
The Glasgow- Barren County Chamber of Commerce, awarded Morrison Park President, Gary Bewley, Outstanding Citizen of the Year for 2013 last night at its annual award banquet and dinner. The award, of course, stems from all the hard work that has been done to restore the Historic Holiness Camp Meeting ground, established here by Rev. Henry Clay Morrison in 1900. While Bewley is very excited and honored by the award, he realizes, the award goes far beyond him to everyone who has donated their time, hard work, money, and support to the project. It is truly an award for
. We pray this notoriety will bring further
attention to the value and needs of the park, and will provide a greater amount
of publicity and support for all we, under God's direction, are seeking to
achieve. Thank the Lord for this recognition for Morrison Park , and may it help bring about good fruits that
will be for His honor and glory. Please continue to pray for us at Morrison Park . Morrison Park
Thursday, January 23, 2014
The South Central Kentucky Historical & Genealogical Society provides funds for the Henry Clay Morrison / Morrison Park Historical Marker
Sunday, December 29, 2013
The Christmas candlelight service at Morrison Park was very wonderful with good attendance. Work continues on the restroom building and the continued clearing of the grounds. We are a bit behind schedule on the restroom, but winter came fast, and there was more work to be done than I had realized, however; everything is going fine. We look forward to so much being done over the winter months, Lord willing. Winter is a wonderful time to clear the growth while it is killed down. As always, please pray for our efforts, and help us if you can. Respectfully , Gary Bewley , President, Morrison Park Camp Association.
Monday, December 16, 2013
Please join us for a Candlelight Christmas program at Morrison Park this Sunday evening December 22, 2013 beginning at 4:30 p.m. Harold and Pat Kelly will be hosting a candlelight Christmas service at the H. C. Morrison Memorial Library Cabin. Everyone is invited to attend. This will be an old-time service that will include the singing of Christmas carols, scripture and prayer. There will be refreshments following the service.