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Adair Heritage Association meets quarterly - next 19 Jun 2017
Camp Boyle marker, Historic Courthouse funding topics in June meeting
The Adair Heritage Association has begun meeting quarterly, the third Monday of the quarterly month, with our next meeting being Monday, June 19, 6pmCT at the library, 307 Greensburg Street. We will particularly be discussing Camp Boyle marker, Historic Courthouse and funding possibilities. Any interested person is invited to attend. - Ellen Zornes
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