Visiting at South Fork Forest Camp occurs on Saturdays and Sundays from am-11am and from 1pm-pm.
Since 1996, the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area (National Park Service) and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Middle Tennessee State University) have collaboratively sponsored a summer archaeological survey project supporting student interns from MTSU.
The church’s facilities were provided and are maintained through God’s benevolence and by the sacrificial generosity of church members.
The church desires that its facilities be used for the fellowship of the Body of Christ and always to God’s glory.
Any adult age 18 older who has resided in Kentucky for at least 12 months may adopt.
Married couples must adopt jointly, except in stepparent adoptions.
Inmates at the South Fork Forest Camp must be within 12-48 months of their release date, must have a good work history and no medical or mental health issues.
From Louisville to Lexington, Bowling Green to Owensboro and everywhere in between, hundreds of families have been completed through adoption in Kentucky.
Whether you are looking to adopt a child or considering adoption for your baby, this guide outlines the rules and qualifications for adopting a child in Kentucky, as well as other helpful state adoption information.
This requirement may be waived if the court finds that it would prevent a child from being placed in a suitable home.
Adoptive parents in Kentucky may pay fees for legal services, costs of placement services and birth parent expenses.