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Children's Story Walk at Blair Center is tomorrow, 23 Sept 2017

By Lee Ann Jessie

The newest book for the Story Walk at the Jim Blair Center, 901 Hudson Street, Columbia, KY, is opening tomorrow, 23 Sept 2017, at 11amCT with "The Man in the Red Bandanna" written by Honor Crowther Fagan.

It is the story of Welles Remy Crowther"s courageous acts on 9/11 that saved several people from certain death in the Twin Towers. The story begins when Welles was a little boy and began to wear a red bandanna. As people walk and read the story, they will learn of the great sacrifice on that day that was made by Welles.


Also, the book for the Story Walk in October, in conjunction with Square Crows and Downtown Days, will be "The Waltz of the Scarecrow" by Constance W. McGeorge & Mary Whyte.

For The Squarecrows month Story Walk, the book pages will be displayed around the square by October 1, 2017.


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Story Walk begins tomorrow at Jim Blair Park



2017-09-22 - Jim Blair Park and Recreation Center, 901 Hudson Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Lee Ann Jessie.
The newest book for the Story Walk at the Jim Blair Center opens tomorrow, 23 Sept 2017, at 11amCT with "The Man in the Red Bandanna" written by Honor Crowther Fagan. It is the story of Welles Remy Crowther"s courageous acts on 9/11 that saved several people from certain death in the Twin Towers. The story begins when Welles was a little boy and began to wear a red bandanna. As people walk and read the story, they will learn of the great sacrifice on that day that was made by Welles.

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