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Columbia Adair Jaycees Christmas Tradition

2012-12-22 - Jaycees Pavilion, 413 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
'This is what Jaycees are all about.'
The Columbia-Adair County Jaycees
were continuing a quarter century tradition this Saturday morning, December 22, 2012, at their Pavilion at the fairgrounds, putting together gifts for those in need. Over 100 families will be helped this year, all with food, some with clothes and toys. From left Amanda Long, Cynthia Rowe, Jamie Hadley, Billy Rowe, Jennifer Carter, Harold Burton, Ray Rowe, Morgan Rowe, Karen Richards, little Chloe Stapleton, and Jason Doss. The quote, "This is what Jaycees are all about," is from activitist Cynthia Rowe, who said that all the fundraising, all the fun, has a serious purpose, to meet needs and improve the community.

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