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Adair Co. Little League Baseball Rotary picnic ca 1958 or 59



2011-06-11 - Adair Co. Fairgrounds, 413 Fairground ST, Columbia, KY - Photo from the collection of Dr. Ronald Rogers.
The Coach was Joe Johnson, standing, center, in the back, the man for whom Adair County's present Joe Johnson Little League Park is named. The occasion was the Rotary Team picnic. Front row, from left: Barry Myers, Dale Melton, Bobby Marshall, James Morrison and Louis Jr. Merkley. Middle Row: Danny Myers, Terry Howell, Mike Lamberth, and Wm. "Bug" Knight. Back row: Allen McNeal, Darlow Rexroat, J.C. Johnson, Ronnie "Butch" Rogers, Ronnie Grider, Jimmy Harper. The photo is a copy owned by Dr. Rogers, taken from an original owned by Coach Joe Johnson. -Allen Reed


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