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Filigree woodwork. Guess where in Kentucky and help Casey kids

2013-04-10 - ????? - Photo by anonymous. CONTEST OVER. TWO WINNERS instead of one. $50 will be given to Chromebooks for Kids.A Columbia, KY, native while travelling in the state, found this vine covered door with intricate filigree woodwork just 91 miles from the native's home. The native thinks the door may be familiar enough, even to Adair Countians, that someone will recognize it. Know where it is? Be the first to email us with the correct answer us, with Street, Number and Kentucky City in which it is located and will donate $25 to the Chromebooks for Casey drive in winner's name. In the meantime, if you have no idea, why not go ahead and help the cause. Go to: Chromebooks for Casey - Col. Wm Casey School, Columbia, KY TWO FIRST ANSWERS will be honored, with $25.00 to Chromebooks for Casey for 1) Melissa Stone and 2) Judith Phipps, who both identified the location as 105 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY, the house on Greensburg Street behind Photo Video. The Native Adair Countian who took the photo was Pen, and who was 91 miles from his home in Shelby County when he found the design. Congratulations to Melissa Stone and Judy Phipps for guessing to help Adair County Kids.
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