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Dr. Phil Aaron wins Trena Corbin Oil of Adair Courthouse

2007-12-03 - Country Junction, Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
DR. PHIL AARON picked up the Trena Corbin oil painting of the Adair County Courthouse which he won in the drawing held Saturday afternoon before the lighting of the Christmas tree. With him is Sheila Hare, owner of Sheila's County Junction. The raffle netted, after expense for the artist, and with the addition of a $100 donation by Sheila Hare, $845 for Craig's Classmates Relay for Life Team. Sheila Hare, the late Craig Hare's mother, expressed thanks to everyone in the community for their support. Dr. Phil was not sure about where the oil would be displayed, but was leaning toward placing it in the Dr. Phil Aaron Medical Center. He won with art with a purchase of 10 tickets.

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