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After the WRH fair was over, 2009: moving chairs

2009-09-26 - 801 Westlake DR, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Almost as the clock said high noon, tables and chairs used in the Westlake Health Fair for 2009 were virtually removed. This load of folding chairs has been in the dining area of the Westlake Hospital Auxiliary Food tent, and had come from the hospital storeroom in Columbia, with a few borrowed from the Westlake Healthcare Teams Greensburg, KY, and Liberty, KY operations. Above, from left, are Leslie Greer, Mitchell Quinn, Russell McGaha, and Eddie Bardin of the Westlake Maintenance, whose director, Jerry Quinn was overseeing fair follow-up operations elsewhere in the building. A few minutes after this photo was taken, only the food tent itself and few fast healing wound to grassy verge of Westlake DR, remained as evidence of the event.
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