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Julia Miller Horton Rose Garden rededication album

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A number of keepsake photos were taken at the Thursday, September 17, 2009 re-dedication of the Julia Miller Horton memorial Rose Garden. These are now being posted. If you have photo(s) you would like to submit for consideration in this album, or comments, please send using the Comments button with this article.


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Rose Garden Rededication: Project coordinator, Pres. Garden Club



2009-09-20 - 201 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Jennifer Smith, Project Coordinator for the renovation of the Julia Miller Horton Memorial Rose Garden at the Trabue-Russell House, spoke to the elegant garden party group gathered for the rededication of the garden on Thursday, September 17, 2009. Behind her is Barbara Armitage, President of the Adair County Garden Club, who welcomed the 50 plus gathering in attendance and who acted as emcee for the occasion.

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Family members at rose garden rededication



2009-09-21 - 201 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Nieces and a nephew of the late Julia Miller Horton and John Burns Horton at the rededication of the Julia Miller Horton Memorial Rose Garden are, from left, Julia Pickett Thompson, Billie Jo Miller Edwards, Thelma Harper Cundiff, and Billy Burns Pickett. The old fashioned garden party event was held Thursday, September 17, 2009. The garden, originally opened for the public on June 14, 1977, was renovated by the Adair County Garden Club to a state which was acclaimed "better than ever" by those in attendance who have watched the fortunes of the shrine over the years.
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Julia Miller Horton Rose Garden: re: The Babushka Ladies



2009-09-21 - 201 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Mayor Pat Bell was telling the Garden Party about driving through town and having a deja vous experience when he saw all the people, mostly women, at work beautifying Columbia. It reminded him of the Babushka's, the working women he saw in Russia, who got so much done for that society. Behind him, in a Southern Belle dress, is Adair County Garden Club President Barbara Armitage.

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Julias: Julia Ann Pickett, Julia Miller Horton



2009-09-21 - 201 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Julia Ann Pickett was named for Julia Miller Horton, right, her aunt and mentor.

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