‘Kentucky Life’ spotlights composer Julia Perry, a satellite developed at Morehead State University, Quilts of Valor and the old Raceland racetrack
For Release: 05/23/22 9:57 AM
The next episode of Kentucky Life celebrates the work of composer Julia Perry; the work the Morehead State University Space Science Center, which is launching a lunar satellite through NASA that will be controlled from Mission Operations Center on campus; Quilts of Valor, in which volunteers create quilts for veterans; and Raceland, a bygone Kentucky racetrack that’s still remembered by its community nearly 100 years after its last races were run.
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