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2016 Squarecrows setting new records by the day

SQUARECROW MANIA is at a FRENZY: See the latest additions to Your Guide to 2016 Squarecrows - with a list of at least 30 Squarecrows linked to photo(s). Many changes and additions are planned for today. If you see a missing photo, don't hesitate to send a suitable one. Any questions for the Guide, call 270-250-2730.

By Ed Waggener

Nothing has had such instantaneous success in attracting visitors to Columbia in recent times as the Fall Spectacle of Squarecrows.

In 2015, the inaugural year for the street art program, there were 36 entries when all was said and done, Lee Ann Jessie said in an interview. At the time, Tuesday afternoon, she said that the number had reached over 50, with new entries pushing that number upward.

The Squarecrow frenzy is certainly keeping the CM team and contributing photographers busy. So far, "Your Guide to 2016 Squarecrows" list is at 48 - we hope to coordinate with the Adair County Heritage Association/The Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce, and any Squarecrow entry to complete the guide as soon as possible.

This story was posted on 2016-10-05 06:00:39
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