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Ribbon cutting ceremony: Day & Day Feed

2007-05-24 - Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
A Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting was held at Day & Day Feed, Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY, today, with a large turnout. From left, front row, Dave Johnston, Nina Day, Susan Loy, Melissa Burton, Mary Hadley, owner Ray Brock, owner Anthony Day, Julie Combs, owner Gary Day, Mayor Pat Bell, Chamber President Darrell Overstreet, Chris Quinn, Mindy Smith, Bryan Caldwell, Chamber Executive Director Sue Stivers; back row, Phillip Watson, Bobby Day, Rick Huntsman, Mark Dykes, Randall Banks, Jennifer Brock, Mike Curry, Don Salmon, Richard Phelps, Donna Stotts, Stacey Popplewell, Stephen Keene, and Daniel Burlacu . Day & Day Feed has been in business since 1956. The three new owners recently purchased the 51 year old store from Bobby and Allen Day. The store carries a complete line of Purina feeds, and veterinary supplies, tack, tools, and other farm needs. The company is dealer Cub, SAGS, and EX-mark lawn equipment . Open Mon-Fri, 7:30am to 4:30pm and Sat, 7:30am to noon.

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