Donald E. Clare, Jr – President
Donald Clare (1950-present) is proud of his Kentucky heritage. He lives in Rabbit Hash, Kentucky where he has been president of the Rabbit Hash Historical Society for the past 27 years. By profession, Don is a registered Emergency Room nurse. Avocationally, he is a muscian, author, historian and an active historic preservationist. He has written three books and has contributed to many more. In 2010, Donald was awarded the Ida Lee Willis Memorial Foundation Service to Preservation Award for preservation of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky.
Callie Clare – Vice President
Callie Clare is a lifelong resident of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky. Her first memories of life are “helping” her parents build their log home just outside of town and being rewarded with a trip to the Rabbit Hash General Store to get a bag of penny candy. After a childhood in Rabbit Hash and working in the General Store through college, she left for a few years to continue her education and received an MA in Popular Culture from Bowling Green State University in 2007 and is currently a PhD candidate in Folklore and American Studies at Indiana University. Growing up in a special place like Rabbit Hash inspired her to pursue such degrees and to write about what she loves, and, in 2011, the Rabbit Hash Historical Society published her book Potions and Notions: The Legacy of Rabbit Hash. She has been a member of the RHHS since January of 2013 and now serves as Vice President.
Bobbi Kayser – Secretary
Bobbi is a resident of Union Ky and lives about a mile (as the crow flies) from Rabbit Hash. She graduated from Northern Campbell County Technical school in 1980 and spent the next 25 years working as a graphic designer and raising 3 boys on her own. In 2006 she left the corporate world behind to start her own company, D & B Services, roofing new construction homes. She freelances designing art and album covers for local bands and is the organizer of BrownGrass Festival, an annual benefit for WNKU radio held in Rabbit Hash. Bobbi is the owner of the town’s canine mayor, Lucy Lou, and freely admits to having bought the election fair and square.