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Victoria Pike calls Democrat Women to think great thoughts

Also bring some yard sale stuff which will bring in good money for scholarship fund. Also be thinking about the state convention in Bardstown, and who should be the next Adair County Democrat Woman's Club President.

By Victoria Pike, President, Democrat Women's Club

Members of the Democrat Women's Club please be thinking about our scholarship fundraiser to be held during Downtown Days in Columbia on October 8, 2011 starting at 8amCT.


You are asked to bring yard sale items either that morning by Walker Realty or by my house earlier if you can't make it that day. All money goes toward our $500 Bernice Flowers scholarship which is given to an Adair County High School senior each year.

Also, anyone wishing to attend this years Democrat Women's state convention please contact me. It will be held in Bardstown this year on September 30, Friday, and October 1, Saturday.

Meetings will be held at the historic Wickland Mansion. For those wishing to stay overnight, reservations at the Hampton Inn in Bardstown, KY must be in by September 15, 2011. There will be a banquet on Friday night at the mansion with the business meeting to follow on Saturday morning.

Please call me ahead of time if you think you might be able to go so we can decide if we have enough interest to go as a group either on Friday or Saturday morning.

Our next regular meeting will be October 3, 2011 at 6pmCT at the Columbia/Adair county Chamber of Commerce building, 201 Burkesville ST, Columbia, KY. We will be selecting new officers for the coming year that night. All interested ladies are urged to attend.

Thank you ladies for helping me through the last two years as president. We are looking forward to new leadership in the coming year and hope all those interested will come and be a part of our club. - Victoria Pike


This story was posted on 2011-09-06 17:48:47
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