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Today, Feb. 14, 2011: Veterans & Valentine's Day in Adair Co., KY

Robert Flowers will be keynote speaker at breakfast at 8am. CJE Ann Melton, Mayor Mark Harris will host. Dignitaries from Kentucky Department of Transportation, Senate President David Williams, and Adair County's Hilda Legg will offer remarks
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By Ed Waggener

Today is a very big day in Adair County. Not only have local restaurants and businesses gone out of their way to make Valentine's Day 2011 a memorable one, but it is a very special day of recognition for Adair County Veterans.

CJE Ann Melton and City of Columbia Mayor Mark D. Harris are hosting the Veterans Appreciation Breakfast starting shortly, at 8amCT and continuing through 9:30amCT at the Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, with Robert Flowers as the keynote speaker.

At 10amCT, there will be a dedication and official renaming of the Columbia Western Bypass to become the Adair Veterans Memorial Bypass. This ceremony, with a large number of dignitaries in addition to Judge Melton and Mayor Harris, will take place on the grassy area in front of James Medical Center at the southwestern intersection of Campbellsville RD and the shortly to be Adair Veterans Memorial Bypass.

This story was posted on 2011-02-14 06:35:25
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