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Scenic Green Co., KY: The Woodson Lewis Building

2013-01-13 - Greensburg, KY - Photo by Larry Smith, The Big Dawg, 99.9 FM. Larry Smith took this photo of his favorite birthplace, Greensburg, Green County, KY. He says the building has always figured in a big way in his life, a part of the scenery while he was getting a dual education: High School at Green County High during the morning and early afternoons, then OJT learning for his passion, broadcasting, at WGRK on top of Buckner Hill. It was a walking world. The whole town was a campus. In the afternoons it was down the hill across the footbridge and across the Square, with a fueling station stop off at Model Drugs before the climb to the studio and transmitter on top of the world. There was even a lot of etiquette taught and discipline was maintained by clerks and store owners downtown. To a large degree, maybe more than anywhere else, Greensburg is still that way. - CM. Photo by Larry Smith.
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