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The Falls of the Ohio Foundation Announces New Executive Director

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 25, 2021

Media Contact: Kerry DeMuth, Board Member
502-419-4618, kerrydemuth@gmail.com

The Falls of the Ohio Foundation Announces New Executive Director

Clarksville, IN – Upon completion of a national job search, The Falls of the Ohio Foundation has named Kenton Wooden to the position of executive director.

A resident of Southern Indiana, Mr. Wooden was previously the director of community outreach for the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana where he successfully developed many community partnerships expanding the reach of the foundation.

“We’re excited to have Kenton lead The Falls of the Ohio Foundation,” said Bill Reedy, board president. “He has the energy and expertise to manage our new strategic plan focused on building partnerships to preserve and interpret the Falls of the Ohio area for current and future visitors.”

Kenton Wooden said, “I’m excited about the opportunity to lead The Falls of the Ohio Foundation and to help preserve and promote this incredible, natural, and world-famous asset. The Ohio River binds our region together and the Falls of the Ohio is an important part of who we are as a community. There are very few places where you can connect with nature and history in a such an easy and unique way. I look forward to sharing our story with this community and beyond and working with our partners to improve our quality of life for Kentuckiana while preserving this special place.”

Here is the contact info for Mr. Wooden:
Kenton Wooden, Executive Director
The Falls of the Ohio Foundation, Inc.
201 W. Riverside Drive
Clarksville, IN 47129
Office: 812.283.4999
Mobile: 502.417.5667
kenton@fallsoftheohio.org
www.fallsoftheohio.org

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The mission of The Falls of the Ohio Foundation is to raise funds and support in order to preserve and interpret the scientific, historical, and cultural heritage of the Falls of the Ohio and to promote educational initiatives for a better understanding of this unique natural resource. For more information visit www.fallsoftheohio.org.

The Falls of the Ohio State Park Interpretive Center is open Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 1-5pm. Admission fees are $9 Adults (age 12 and above), $7 Children (ages 5-11), and free for children under 5, parking $2.
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