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(Ad) Gradyville Baptist Fish Fry: Come, and come hungry!

An update at 11:37amCT

By Mike Bennett

Everything's still on! We have the facilities - tent, tables, chairs, and stage - to continue. Please let everyone know that all times are the same. The only thing that the weather might change is the children's activities at 2 pmCT. Otherwise, tell' em to come and come hungry.

The Gradyville Baptist Church Fish Fry - Kiddy Day - Community Singing - in the Village of Gradyville, Adair County, KY at 159 Old Gradyville Church Road, Columbia, KY Menu: Chunky Style Catfish, Hotdogs, Pizza, Cole Slaw, Baked Beans, Potato Salad, Macaroni Salad, Hush Puppies, Homemade Cobblers, Fried Apple Pies, (while supply lasts) Cookies and Potato Chips. AND Diabetic Friendly desserts such as some of the Cobblers and Fried Apple Pies. Drinks: Lemonade, Tea, Soft Drinks, Water See: Gradyville Baptist Church Fish Fry will have events all day for more Details. (Paid Adv.)

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