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A lot going on in a little bitty alley, Mimi Moore says

Comments re photo 45201 The Foster Children regulars and favorites at Art in the Alley

Mimi Moore writes:
Thank you so much Mr. Waggener for publishing so many Green County photos-- especially those of Art in the Alley. It is such a fun, laid back day listening to live music and enjoying the various art booths, that one can literally get lost in the old time, small town experience in our little bitty alley! Thank you again and tell all our friends around the area come see us anytime - especially this Saturday! - Mimi Moore
CM Note: Mimi Moore can often be found at the Longhunter's Coffee Shop/Kentucky Marketplace, 115-117 Public Square, Greensburg, KY. To put that place in perspective, it is next door to the Kentucky Headhunters Cafe. She's one of the leaders of the amazing Green County renaissance, including the restoration of the wonderful old Green River House downtown hotel, a big reason why Adair Countian Jimmy Downey says he'd rather visit Greensburg, KY than Colonial Williamsburg. -Ed Waggener




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