September / 2003
Kentucky Living

This Month's Issue
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Why Choose A Liberal Arts Education?
“Educating the whole person” is the ultimate goal of liberal arts colleges. Students also enjoy unique benefits, such as smaller campus size, a diverse student body, transferable job skills, higher graduation rate in four years, and affordable cost
>>Keyword Exclusive - Liberal Arts Colleges
When Parents Help Schools
Good things happen for our children and in our schools when parents and the community get involved. Hear how these Kentuckians got involved and made a real difference and how you can help your children succeed.
>>Keyword Exclusive - School-Based Council Duties
Legacy in Stone
Dry rock fences, some more than 200 years old, crisscross the state as a signature of Kentucky’s landscape. Only about 5% of the state’s rock fences remain, but their legacy is being reclaimed and rebuilt by a group of dedicated masons.

From the Editor - Greatness
Events - Celebrating culture at the Kentucky Folklife Festival
Kindred Spirits - Happy feet
Cut Your Utility Bills - Sunblock or not
The Future of Electricity - Talking trash
Traveling Kentucky
All Things Lincoln
Music on a Mountain Byway
The Bookshelf - Surprise
Kentucky Cooks - Picking peppers
At Home in the Garden - The perfect small tree
Your Health - Periodontal disease and premature baby link
Money Matters - Selling or buying your dream home
Great Outdoors - Your own wilderness
The View From Plum Lick - Seeing clearly