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South Central Kentucky Expo Underway today, 9am-4pm.CT

It's one of the major events in the Outdoor Sports World in the Nation. Several state championships will be decided today.

By Terry Partin

Thousands of outdoor enthusiasts, expert, and vendors are in Columbia, today, for the South Central Kentucky Outdoor Expo 9am to 4pmCT, at Adair County High School, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY with many events at other points on the campus.


It is one of the major events of the year, not only for Adair and other Kentucky counties, but it also draws exhibitors and visitors from several states. Today, the spotlight on Outdoor Sports is on Columbia, KY, USA.

Several thousand visitors are expected to pour into Columbia.

The event is presented in cooperation with Jones Chapel United Methodist Church.

This year's keynote speaker is Hank Parker.

70 exhibitors are committed for 2017. There will be a John Deer Gator Giveaway at 4pmCT and during the day for the World Record Tucker Buck, Seminars, NWTF State Turkey Calling and Still Target Champships, Kentucky State Duck Calling Championship, Live Goose Calling, Mega Bucks Display, Concessions, Adair County Deer Classic, Children's Activities, and Official Deer Scoring.

Products for the Whole Family will be on sale. Special Guest Harold Knight. Admission is $5, and children 12 and under get in free.

TERRY PARTIN. (Start of school countdown: it's six days away, August 10, 2017.)


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The Big A: Ready for Outdoor Expo



2017-08-04 - Adair County High School, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by David Jones. The Countdown for the South Central Kentucky Outdoor Expo: It's one day, away, tomorrow, 9am to 4pmCT, at Adair County High School, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY. It is one of the major events of the year, not only for Adair and other Kentucky counties, but it also draws exhibitors and visitors from several states. Tomorrow the spotlight on Outdoor Sports is on Columbia, KY, USA. Several thousand visitors will be pouring into Columbia. The event is presented in cooperation with Jones Chapel United Methodist Church. This year's keynote speaker is Hank Parker. 70 exhibitors are committed for 2017. There will be a John Deer Gator Giveaway at 4pmCT and during the day, World Record Tucker Buck, Seminars, NWTF State Turkey Calling and Still Target Champships, Kentucky State Duck Calling Championship, Live Goose Calling, Mega Bucks Display, Concessions, Adair County Deer Classic, Children's Activities, Official Deer Scoring, Products for the Whole Family, and Special Guest Harold Knight. Admission is $5, and children 12 and under get in free. - TERRY PARTIN. (Start of school countdown: it's six days away, August 10, 2017.)
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