Germantown (Louisville Times, May 1955)

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Coming Home

From October 1996 - Photos by John Nation

Giving Her All

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April 21, 1993 - Germantown's Carmel Eckenfels is selected as the citizen of the year.

German-Paristown Honors Busy Lady

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Neighborhoods - Feburary 12, 1986

Rachael Smalley likes to stay busy, but last week she got so involved in organizing the food for a neighborhood pot-luck dinner that she nearly missed an important announcement.

Germantown Pastor is Citizen of the Year

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A man for all reasons. That's the Rev. Jack Oliver's role in his Germantown neighborhood, where he has been named "Neighborhood Citizen of the Year."

The Knight's Day

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A photographer for the city of Louisville photographs officials of the Knights of Columbus receiving a certificate from Louisville Board of Aldermen president Steve Magre.

Woman, German-Paristown Group win neighborhood awards (March 13, 1978)

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Louisville Times, Monday, March 13, 1978
The German-Paristown Neighborhood Association and Renee Butterworth, of the Valley Village subdivision, are the first place winners in The Louisville Times' third Neighborhood Awards Contest.

The Story of Gnadinger Park

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On April 7, 1977, a tiny, triangular, piece of land at the intersection of Ellison Avenue and Reutlinger Street was donated to the City and dedicated as a Louisville City Park in honor of Frank Adam and Mary Catherine Gnadinger---"Gnadinger Park". According to the Guinness Book of World's Records", this would become the smallest Public, Municipal, Park in the world if paperwork was officially presented to that group. This has not yet been done.