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Mt. Zion Church of God, 1640 Eastridge Cemetery RD

2009-05-13 - Photo By Ed Waggener.
One of the most beautiful country churches anywhere is the Mt. Zion Church of God, 1640 Eastridge Cemetery Road, located between Knifley, Roley, and Feathersburg in District 6 of Adair county. With beautiful stained glass windown, a memorable bell, dramatic cross-topped steeple, and the huge old oak tree, it is worth a visit anytime. Above, that's now Rep. Bam Carney, who attended the church in his early childhood. A good time to visit and mix with the folks will be May 23, 2009. The Mt. Zion Church of God will be hosting their annual yard and bake sale on Saturday, May 23, 2009, from 8:00amCT-??? at 1640 Eastridge Cemetery Road, (Northern Adair County between Knifley and Feathersburg, KY). Breakfast & lunch will be available. There will be lots of stuff, so come on out and visit us! -MARY WILLIAMS

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