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Wants to find places more easily on Lindsey Wilson Campus

Comments re photo 48713 Lindsey Wilson College Theatre to present Everyman Maury Lewis writes:
Is there a map of the Lindsey Wilson Campus that will help me find the places I want to go to. I have a difficult time findng places on the campus and when I get there there is no place to park. It is not just me, We had a discussion about this the other day in a meeting I was in and several people said they could not find a map of the campus. - Maury Lewis
Thanks, Maury: Don't know about a map. But first things first.

For all of Adair County - businesses, homes, churches, and school campuses: Are there numbers on all the buildings? Is there eye level signage with the street numbers and the names of the buildings on the signs? The point you make is important. Venues are hard to find. But there are cheaper, common sense ways to solve the problem. The internet map providers aren't perfect yet, but they're getting much better. I was a bit disappointed that the pindrop on Google maps showed the location for Everyman to be half way down the hill from it's actual location, V.P. Henry Auditorium, 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY, where the play will be performed.

We expect Lindsey Wilson to be among the first to get it right for "higher education" - even if they are playing catch up to progress already being made in the public schools here. By the way - the Lindsey Wilson Theatre program is one of the most exciting developments for Columbia on the horizon. If townspeople have to stand on the streets with placards showing the way, it will be worth it. Even with less than perfect signage, these cultural events have been playing to packed houses. Maybe a town operated shuttle bus is the answer to the parking problem you mention. - ED

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