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Have you seen all the Squarecrows yet?

There are 30 Squarecrows around the Public Square in downtown Columbia for 2021. Have you seen them all? The full list is below, courtesy of Ellen Zornes at the Columbia Adair County Chamber of Commerce.

  • ACHS Art Club
  • ACHS HOSA
  • ACHS FFA
  • Adair County Animal Hospital
  • Adair Progress
  • Bank of Columbia
  • Barger Insurance
  • Bearwallow UMC
  • Beulah Chapel BIC
  • Bloomington Chapel BIC Youth
  • Breath of Grace Wellness
  • Cash Express
  • Community Trust Bank
  • County Attorney, Jennifer Corbin
  • ​Democratic Party
 
  • Dr. Ronald Rogers Chiropractic
  • First & Farmers National Bank
  • Good Will
  • Jeffries Hardware
  • Mayor, Pam Hoots
  • Milltown UMC
  • Morgan Smith Industries
  • Picketts Chapel UMC
  • PVA, Landon Edwards
  • Signature Health Summit Manor
  • ​Spero Health​
  • State Highway Department
  • Steadfast Taxes
  • United Citizens Bank
  • VFW




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Squarecrows 2021: HOSA Superheroes in Scrubs



2021-10-05 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Pen.
The squarecrows are quickly filling up the Square again in 2021. HOSA's theme this year is "Superheroes in Scrubs."

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Squarecrows continuing to go up downtown



2021-10-06 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The Squarecrow season is populating downtown Columbia this month. For information on having a space for your business, organization or family call the Chamber of Commerce at 270-384-6020 or email coladair@duo-county.com .

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Squarecrows 2021



2021-10-24 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Mayor Pamela Hoots.
Today is a great day for a walk around the Public Square in Columbia to visit the Squarecrow population. Sundays have fewer vehicles on the square, so it should be safer, but still be cautious!

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Squarecrows 2021 - and what's next



2021-10-24 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Mayor Pamela Hoots.
Columbia Mayor Pam Hoots enjoys checking on the Squarecrow arrangements around the Public Square through October. After Halloween they will all be removed until next year.

The City will next be preparing for the Christmas drive through. For information, call City Hall at 270-384-2501.

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