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ACPL Special event includes rescued animals and their heroes

Guest stars include Teddy & Folks, Standardbred Horses; Daisy the Coonhound, Alex the Rottweiler, and other furry folks from SugarFoot Rescue. Show will take place rain or shine.
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By Aleina Milligan

Stop by the Adair County Public Library at 307 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY, to meet rescued animals and their heroes at 1pmCT, Thursday, July 13, 2017. Hear the stories of these animals and how their world was made a better, safer place due to the efforts of the people who rescued them.

Teddy and Folks both Standardbred Horses will be there as well as, Daisy the Coonhound, Alex the Rottweiler and furry friends from SugarFoot Rescue and more.

If you have a well behaved rescue then come and join us and tell us your story!

The program will take place rain or shine!

For more info call 270-384-2472. --Aleina Milligan

This story was posted on 2017-07-07 09:01:26
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