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Big Breeding Event TODAY! : Fish Fry, Stump Speaking, Auction

Over 300 expected tonight. Event will be a major event for the 2006 candidates. It's an all you care to eat event. It may be the Adair County version of Fancy Farm politics
The Breeding Area Volunteer Fire Department will hold its 9th Annual Fish Fry this afternoon, Saturday, April 22, 2006, starting at 4:00 p.m.

It has been one of the biggest such events in the county, Chief Terry Harvey said. Usually there be have as many over 200-300 enjoying the fish and fellowship. "But this year," he said, "it should be much bigger because of the speaking."

While the Fish Fry is being served, from 4-6 p.m., an old fashioned stump speaking will take place.

Candidates will be given 5 minutes each to speak. So far, Chief Harvey said, most of the county wide candidates have scheduled to be in Breeding.Among those already slated are most Adair Countywide candidates, the candidates for the Breeding Area spot on Adair Fiscal Court, all three candidates for District Judge and the two candidates for Circuit Judge, plus the two candidates for State Representative, Butch Wheatley and Russ Mobley are scheduled to speak.

Adair County's State Senator and native son Vernie McGaha, who is not a candidate this year, will also appear.

The fish fry and speaking will be followed by an auction, which starts at 6:00 p.m. Over 100 items are to be auctioned, Chief Harvey said.

Catfish are featured, along with cole slaw, hush puppies, fries, and drinks and dessert are included in the ticket price.

All proceeds go to benefit the Breeding Area Fire Department.
Tickets: $7.00. Children under six eat free. Breeding Area Fire Department 290 Fire Department Lane, Breeding, KY. Phone 270.278.5700.

DIRECTIONS for HUNGRY FOLKS: The Fire Department is approximately 13 miles south of Columbia. Fire Department Lane is the first turn right, or west, off KY 61 after crossing the last bridge before reaching Breeding. Watch for the Adair County Water District water tower. The fire house is right next to the water tower.

This story was posted on 2006-04-22 08:56:35
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