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See Senior Citizens Center at Jim Blair Center after voting

Encourages everyone to vote, then come see the Senior Citizens Center
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By Victoria Pike

I would encourage each and everyone to go by the new Lake Cumberland Area Development Districts Senior Citizens Center after you have voted tomorrow.

It is a beautiful facility for all those over 60 years old and there are no costs.

I was appointed to the senior citizens advisory board by CJE Michael Stephens a few months ago as one of two on the board from Adair County and I would love to see this facility used by more people. So go by and have a look and ask the staff any questions you might have. Pass the word along that it is here for YOU the seniors of Adair County.

This facility is located at the Jim Blair Center, 901 Hudson Street, Columbia, KY, accessible from the Adair County Veterans Memorial Bypass or Greensburg Street.

South Columbia 2 and West Columbia vote in the gym part. --Victoria Pike

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