"It means a lot," said Glass, "because we're going to be portraying the history of Warrick County for the past 200 years, educating out citizens. We've got great ideas getting ready to be launched including a curriculum book in our 3rd grade classrooms."
The first event is a month from today at Preservation Hall. An Indiana historian sets the stage describing life in Warrick County in 1813. It's open to the public.