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Bill Troutwine's First Mountain Lion

2014-12-21 - Montana - Photo Troutwine family .
This is my first Mountain Lion. - Bill Troutwine

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Schools participating in the Institute for Aerospace Education

2014-12-21 - 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo graphic by IAE. The Air & Space Institute coming to Adair County High School in 2015-2016 will benefit from a consortium of colleges participating in the Institute of Aerospace Education (IAE). Students in the program can obtain up to six hours of dual High School/College credits at no cost except tuition at some of the schools above: Northern Kentucky University, Kentucky State University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Morehead State University, the University of Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky University, Middle Tennessee, and, right close to home, Somerset Community College, a KCTCS school. Clicking Readmore accesses the full Adair County Board of Education meeting report which include other photo(s), coverage of Dr. Tim Smith presentation of the program on Thu 18 Dec 2014.
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Scenic Adair Co., KY: A pretty vista from the Columbia By Pass

2014-12-21 - Adair County Veterans Memorial Bypass, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
There are beautiful winter time vistas from the bypass. This view is near the entrance to the Adair County High School Football Stadium. Couldn't make out distant building, upper left, but it would seem to be at the Columbia/Adair County Airport, soon to play an integral part in the just annnounced Adair County High School Air & Space Institute.

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Happy Tail: Peg Schaeffer remembers Christmas in 1958

2014-12-21 - Meriden, CT - Photo from Peg Schaeffer family album.
This is a photo of me on Christmas Eve in 1958 proudly modeling my new mink stole. I am standing in front of All Saints Church in Meriden, CT. Peg Schaeffer

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Christmas Lights 2014 - Horse Drawn Sleigh at OKCC

2014-12-21 - 2339 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
A Horse-Drawn Sleigh welcomes guests at Betty's OK Country Cooking, 2339 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY. The restaurant and the owners home next door traditionally have one of South Central Kentucky's most spectacular displays of Christmas lights. This year's display appears to be the biggest yet.

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