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City of Columbia thanks participants in Drive-Through Christmas

From Tiffany Collins

The City of Columbia would like to extend their appreciation to the many individuals, churches, organizations, and businesses that participated in the 2022 Drive-Through Christmas.

Churches: Columbia Baptist Church, JOY Church, Milltown Methodist, Pickett's Chapel, Sparksville Nazarene, Through The Fire Ministries.

Organizations: JOY Ministries, Agape House, Boy Scout Troop #185, ACHS SOS Class, Columbia-Adair County Airport Board, Columbia Police Department, Columbia-Adair County Fire Department, Shriners

Individuals: Representative Amy Neighbors, Mayor Pamela Hoots, PVA Landon Edwards

Companies: Kentucky Utilities, Class and Sass, Walker Realty, Adair Family Medical, A-l Auto Supply, Shawn's Quik Lube, McQueary Finds, Jeffries Hardware, Hooligan's Burgers, Edward Jones, Summit Manor Nursing Home, Rogers Chiropractic, WAIN, Hot Prints, Knight's Pressure Washing, First and Farmers Bank, UCB Bank. Subway, Kozy Cabins, Blake Hatcher, Walmart, TJ Samson Hospital, H2 Health, Synergy, Cash Express, Grissom Martin, Community Medical, Happy Cow Cafe.

Also, would like to thank JAG Manufacturing (Joshua Grant) for the arch and the Adair County Welding Class (Barney Taylor) for the mailbox.

If we have inadvertently left anyone out, we apologize. This is a great event for our community.

This story was posted on 2023-01-11 09:15:56
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