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Homeplace on Green River hosting special group this morning

The Homeplace on Green River, 6048 New Columbia RD, Campbellsville, KY, is hosting a very distinguished and group this morning, according the President Billy Joe Fudge. "There will be almost 100 children from ACES at the Homeplace this morning from 9am to around 12 noon," he writes."They are bringing sack lunches, and will be using the corn maze, hay maze, and pumpkin patch, and and having Hay Rides on the farm."

ACES is the Adair County Elementary School, Columbia, KY. The Homeplace on Green River is the very popular working timeline farm operated by Adair, Green and Taylor Counties, located 11.5 miles north of the Adair County Courthouse, Columbia, KY.



This story was posted on 2009-09-29 07:10:52
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