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Crazy Calf Lady holding two days of events

The Crazy Calf Lady and Laurel Ridge Farm Market owners, Brandy and Dan Held, invite everyone to their grand opening celebration on Saturday, November 11, 2023 from 8am to 4pmCT.

The Saturday celebration is in addition to the Veterans Day Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting today, Friday, November 10th.

Saturday, there will be breakfast and lunch, door prizes, meet and greet some of our vendors, a petting zoo from 11-2pmCT, and more.

The new building is located at 1679 Cane Valley Road, Columbia, KY.

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Ribbon cutting ceremony opens celebrations

2023-11-10 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Brandy and Dan Held kicked off two days of celebrations to officially open their Laurel Ridge Farm Market and Crazy Calf Lady's Kitchen in Cane Valley Friday, November 10, 2023. Saturday will be a full day of food and activities including a petting zoo mid day. At Friday's Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting, from left in front, were: Ellen Zornes, Executive Director of the Columbia Adair Chamber; Bruce, Dan and Brandy Held, Tina Cook Thomas, Lefawn Nettles and Olivia Burton. In back, from left, were: Sammy Sneed, Stephen Collins, Angie Cowan, Shirley Moss and Donna Simpson.

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