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Fourth Silent City cemetery walk is Monday, Oct. 25, 2010
Eight historical figures on this year's program
GENEALOGY ITEMS: REUNIONS
By Ernestine Bennett
News from the Adair County Library Genealogical Department
The Adair County Genealogy Department and the Adair County Public Library will be having their 4th Silent City Columbia Cemetery Walking Tour, October 25, 2010 at 5pmCT.
We will be meeting at the Adair County Public Library located at 307 Greensburg ST, Columbia, KY, and will proceed from there to the cemetery. The tour will last about an hour.
Eight historical figures are listed to be portrayed that night. We will return back to the library for questions and refreshments. Bring a flashlight, umbrella in case of rain, and wear comfortable walking shoes. We will be traveling from the old section of the cemetery to sections C,E,F and M. We hope everyone will join us to meet these historical Adair County figures as we journey through time. For more info please call (270) 384-2472 and ask for Ernie or LeeAnn. Ernestine Bennett, genealogical librarian
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