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Gradyvillians commit to restoring their community marker

Deduces Diddle sign inadvertently hit by tractor or attached implement; stop sign defaced by a punk with a spray can. Hopes public funds can right the wrongs; but, if not the Babins are willing to contribute to the cause

Guy Babin writes:
We have brought up the damage to our community marker honoring our most famous resident.....

Best we can tell the historical sign was inadvertent damage by a tractor or attached implement. The defaced stop sign the result of a punk with a spray can.

It'd be nice to get them fixed if public funds were available...failing that, my wife Aline and I would be very willing to contribute to the cause.

Guy Gradyville Paradise USA... even with our imperfections! --Guy Babin
Comments re photo 74538 Gradyville KY How did this happen in just 14 years



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