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Guy seeks information on Catfish Auction

Guy asks
Recently I heard of a catfish auction featuring Kentucky raised cats. Trouble is I didn't get the particulars, or even remember where I heard about it. Old age . . It would have been either, or maybe 92.7 the Wave. Can you help??? - GUY, Craving fresh catfish in Gradyville, Paradise USA.
You probably read about it here AND heard it on The Wave 92.7: Our story by Barbara Armitage is at: FM2 extra: Kentucky farm raised catfish fillet auction. Windy Hieatt, a student at Kentucky State University, will be be auctioning fresh Kentucky farm raised catfish fillets at FM2 on Saturday July 15, 2017 and all proceeds will be donated to support the Farmers Market on the Square, Corner Merchant & Campbellsville Streets, Columbia, KY. Saturday the market is open 8am-1pmCT.

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