WASHINGTON, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — The Daviess County Historical Society will be holding “An Evening with Todd Gould” thanks to money from a local community foundation.

(left to right) Joe Singleton, Our Community Foundation; Chance Berry, Our Community Foundation (OCF); David King, Daviess Co. Museum; Travis Schaffer, OCF; Shannon Dalton, OCF; Ken Graber, Daviess Co. Museum; Becky Kremp, Daviess Co. Museum; Alex Knepp, OCF; and Sarah Fry, Daviess Co. Historical Society. (Image courtesy Our Community Foundation Inc.)

Our Community Foundation Inc. awarded the money out of their Daviess County Fund as part of their efforts to promote arts and culture programs in the area. The grant money will allow the event to be presented free to the public

Todd Gould is a Washington High School and Indiana University graduate who, according to his LinkedIn, has gone on to win 19 Emmy awards for his work in television. His documentary works have been featured on PBS, ESPN, A&E, TLC, and the BBC. Gould works currently as an associate instructor of video production at IU.

“We appreciate our donors who make grants like these possible,” Our Community Foundation Executive Director Mary Smith said. “Their support of the foundation and dedication to Daviess County are essential to the success of the foundation and our grantmaking programs.”

An Evening with Todd Gould will be held at the Daviess County Historical Museum Thursday, April 21 starting at 6:30 p.m.

For more information regarding Our Community Foundation’s mini-grant program visit their website.