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Burton Ace Hardware now takes orders for FFA Address Markers

By Sarah Thompson, Adair Co. High School FFA President
The Adair County FFA is proud to announce that Burton's Ace Hardware, 314 Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY is now participating in our adress marker sales. Anyone interested in purchasing a sign may stop by their store during regular business hours and fill out a form.

FFA member Brooklyn Wilson will pick up orders on a regular basis and return your completed sign back to the store.

This story was posted on 2010-03-17 15:57:55
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Burton Ace Hardware now takes orders for Address Markers

2010-03-17 - 314 Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY. - Photo by Sarah Thompson. Brooklyn Wilson of the Adair County High School FFA and Mr. Ronnie Burton, owner of Burton Ace Hardware, Campbellsville ST, Columbia, KY, with one of the Address Markers being sold by the Adair County FFA. Burton Ace Hardware will now be accepting orders for the signs, which assembled by the Adair County FFA at $15 each, or $20 with a no tools required post, made by FFA members in the shop at Adair County high school. The signs may also be ordered at Day & Day Feed and Pet, at Hardscratch General Store, and at M & W Milling Co.
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