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Wonderful magnum opus on Meadow Hill Inn coming up: by JIM

Memories of a Very Special Place by an Extraordinary Writer.

It couldn't come at a more fitting time: A great article on the Meadow Hill Inn, one of the all time great restaurants in Columbia, KY, history.

We have the story in hand, it's written by JIM, as only he could do it. What's makes it so apt for today is that Meadow Hill Inn was one of those post World War II advances which came, much as today, much as in the early 1900's, at a time when the mood was upbeat, when Adair Countians could see nothing but progress ahead, just as it is today.

We're announcing it early hoping that readers will watch for the story and then will send photo(s), stories, memories about Meadow Hill Inn to us as well. The photo(s), especially, are needed now. -CM



This story was posted on 2012-04-02 05:11:21
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