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Letter: Sue Stivers amens Matt and Richard Hovious

The drawing of Plum Point Bridge gets more accolades; agreement that Adair County ought to be a major tourist attraction

To the Ed.,

The drawing of Plum Point Bridge by Shannon Feese is absolutely breath-taking!

Beautiful to say the least.

Richard and Matt Hovious just made by day by saying "Adair County ought to be a major tourist attraction." I've been preaching that for years. I whole heartily agree with them. Adair County is truly blessed with outstanding artisans and attractions.

That's why I work so hard as a volunteer on Tourism . . . Chairman of the local Tourism Commission, Chairman of the Heartland Waterways Tourism Corridor (Adair, Cumberland, Green, Metcalfe, Monroe and Taylor counties), Vice-Chairman of the Executive Board of the Southern and Eastern Kentucky Tourism Development Association, and Secretary of the Southern Lakes and Rivers Tourism Region.

Hopefully one day we will be there.Sue Stivers
Click Here to see the drawing of the old Plum Point Bridge by Shannon Feese.

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