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Wayside Exhibits dedication rescheduled for August 11, 2007

The dedication of the wayside Exhibits commemoration of the Gradyville Flood of June 7, 1907 and America's most colorful basketball mentor, Coach Ed Diddle, a native of the Gradyville community has been rescheduled for August 11, 2007 at 10:00am at D & E Grocery & Deli, 4731 Edmonton Road.

The featured speakers will be J.W. Keltner who will share memories about the Gradyville Flood and 1950's Adair County High School baseball standout and former Western Kentucky University head basketball coach Jim Richards, who will share memories of Coach Diddle.

The public is invited to attend. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy hearing the history of the past and seeing the historical wayside exhibits.

For more information contact Executive Director Sue Stivers at the Chamber/Tourism office at 384-6020.

This story was posted on 2007-07-30 14:42:02
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