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City Council 6 Feb 2017: Jaycees to use City-owned Pavilion

By Ed Waggener

In last night's Columbia City Council Meeting, Monday, February 6, 2017, Mayor Curtis Hardwick said the keys to the Jaycees Pavilion at the old Adair County Fairgrounds have been turned over to the City of Columbia, which is now the owner of the property.

He said that the Jaycees have requested the use of the building for the following functions:

  • The Jaycees regular 1st and 3rd Tuesday night monthly meetings, and for the regular meetings of the Jaycees' Adair County Fair Board
  • For the Jaycees' annual Easter Egg Hunt
  • For a staging area for the Jaycees Christmas give-aways
  • For the Jaycees Radio Auction
No mention was made by the mayor of a possibility, now being quietly discussed in the community, of the possible continued use of the Pavilion for the Adair County Fair's very popular pageants, should the fair be staged this year at different venues around the city and county.

This story was posted on 2017-02-07 06:39:07
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