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Tommy Grider is new owner of former AMC

2008-09-11 - 300 Bomar Heights, Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
Columbia Businessman Tommy Grider left, is congratulated by friends following his successful bid for the former Adair Memorial Hospital and later Aaron Medical Center Building at 300 Bomar Heights. The 15,500 s.f. building commands one of Kentucky's most beautiful views, overlooking the Petty's Fork Creek Valley, the Grider Family farm, and Grider Hill Pass on KY 61 South. With him, are, from left, Lynn McLean, Charles Marshall, and, foreground, Columbia developer Richard Walker. In the background are Bobby Yates and Jimmy Harper. The bidding was closed at approximately 1:12pm, after about 40 minutes of bidding. Mr. Grider has not yet announced plans for the building.
The sale was handled by Remax 100 Auction Team/Hansford Auction Co. Click Here and upcoming Remax 100 auctions

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