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First Squarecrow of contest days installed on courthouse lawn

By Ellen Zornes, president, Adair Heritage Association

Columbia has the first Squarecrow! It is #5, constructed on the courthouse lawn by the Corps of Engineers at Green River.

As they are a nonprofit, they cannot accept a prize, so at their request, they will not be judged, but we can all certainly enjoy their creativity! We now have 33 Squarecrows registered.

This story was posted on 2017-09-26 14:42:03
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Squarecrow #5 - Friends of Green River Lake

2017-09-26 - Historic Adair County Courthouse, 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ellen Zornes, president, Adair Heritage Association.
"We have our first Squarecrow! It is entry #5 by the Friends of Green River Lake for the Corps of Engineers. Above, from left are Park Rangers Larry Lemmon, Jessica Grinnell Lee, and Andrea O'Bryan. It's on the Greensburg Street side - northwest lawn/"back door - of the courthouse. We now have 33 registered." - Ellen Zornes

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