Breckinridge County Fiscal Court and the volunteers and advocates working to preserve the Holt House are honored to be involved in this project and help preserve the legacy of Judge Joseph Holt, a notable Breckinridge County native, through preserving this historic and architecturally significant site.Special thanks to the following volunteers who have helped greatly to promote this project: Susan B. Dyer, State Representative Dwight Butler, Senator Carroll Gibson and Congressman Brett Guthrie. Thanks also to all those who have worked very hard to coordinate the annual community day, help with maintenance of the grounds, and recruit other individuals to become involved.
assist fiscal court in preserving the structure and
developing a long-term
representatives began meeting in March 2009 and continue to meet
quarterly. These meetings include discussions of initiatives such
as setting priorities,
FRIENDS OF THE HOLT HOME, INC.
The Friends of the Holt House began meeting in September 2010. The group met monthly; worked to secure funding for the restoration; planned local fundraising events, and organized the annual community day. During this time they worked as a committee of the Breckinridge County Historical Society.
In January 2013 the group began the process of becoming its own 501 (c3) non-profit organization. The group was awarded its 501 (c3) status on August 29, 2013.
group is now officially known as Friends of the Holt
Home, Inc. The president is Susan B. Dyer, vice president is
Jonathan Boyd, and the Secretary/Treasurer is Sherry Stith.
The directors are Charlie Corbett, P. J. O'Donoghue, Kathina
Bell, Gordon Lee Stinnett, Maurice Lucas and Melissa Kampars.