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Little League Park name not changed; sign a mistake

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Butch Rogers writes:
I was contacted by a member of the little league board and the name of the Joe Johnson Little League Park is still the Joe Johnson Little League Park according to this board member. There was a mistake when the sign was placed. However, we now all know how much we appreciate the time and effort Joe Johnson gave to youth baseball in Adair County. -Butch Rogers



This story was posted on 2011-06-07 16:56:45
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The sign: Well intended, but the top one is a misnomer



2011-06-07 - Industrial DR, Columbia, KY - Photo CM photo.
It was an effort to improve the signage at the entrance to one of Columbia's industrial sites, and it's not on Adair County Little League land, but it is a misnomer. The Park itself, operated by the Adair County Little League, remains "Joe Johnson Little League Park."

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