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Awards to the Falls of the Ohio State Park

and Falls of the Ohio Foundation

The Falls of the Ohio State Park and Foundation have

been the recipient of many awards over the years.

These are some of the awards on display in the Interpretive Center.

Volunteer Award Winners

Lucas Green at Rotary in Jeffersonville, Indiana

Property Manager, Lucas Green spoke at Jeffersonville Rotary

in December 2014. Roger Fisher (right) is president.

 

              Park employee April Criswell receives a Hoosier Hospitality Award in 2010 from Lt. Governor Becky Skillman.                        2010 winners - Bett Etenohan holds "Lucy Pitschler's tennis shoes" as winner of the Pitschler Award. Connie Farmer is a co-winner of the Monarch Award.

April Criswell (right) with Lt. Governor Becky                 Interpretive Naturalist Bett Etenohan (right) won

Skillman April won the 2010 Hoosier Hospitality             the Lucy Pitschler Award, a peer award selected

Award sponsored by the Indiana Department                 by State Parks and Reservoirs interpreters.

of Tourism, honoring front-line people who go                Connie Farmer (left) won the Monarch Award,

the extra mile.                                                                  a peer award for Seasonal Naturalists.

Alan Goldstein received the 2004 Legacy Magazine Award

Alan Goldstein received the 2004 Legacy Magazine Award

from Alan Leftridge for his 'Outstanding Feature Article'

Plaque recognizing the Falls of the Ohio State Park and the Foundation as 'Property of the Year' in 2003.

From the Division of State Parks and Reservoirs - 2003

Award to the Clarksville Riverfront Foundation in 1999 for their support to the Falls of the Ohio State Park.

1999 award from the National Association for Interpretation to the

park's supporting foundation (now the Falls of the Ohio Foundation)

An award from Kentucky Educational Television to the Falls of the Ohio State Park as one of ten places every Kentuckian must visit in their life.

The Falls designated as one of Thomas D. Clark's Kentucky Treasures -

a place every Kentuckian should visit before they die.

A 2006 award designating the Falls of the Ohio as one of Seven Wonders of Louisville.

The Falls is designated one of 7 Wonders of Louisville by a local contest in 2006.

An award from the Millennium Historic Preservation Committee of Louisville (2000).

From the Millennium Historic Preservation Committee of Louisville

for preservation efforts between 1966 - 2000.

An award presented by the Falls of the Ohio Archaeology Society in 2007 to the Falls of the Ohio State Park.

From the Falls of the Ohio Archaeology Society in 2007

Updated February 26, 2016