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Work Ready Community in Progress sign unveiling

2013-05-07 - Chamber Building 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Holding one of four signs denoting Columbia/Adair County's new status as one of just 19 Kentucky Communities who are either Work Ready or Work Ready in Progress, are, from left, front Adair CJE Ann Melton, Ron Heath, chair of the Soft Skills Work Ready Community committee; Superintendent Alan W. Reed, chair of the Work Ready Committee; Linda McKinney, Chair of Lindsey Wilson College Entrepreneurship Center; and, back row, Sue Stivers, Executive Secretary, Columbia/Adair Economic Development Authority (CACEDA); Randy Burns, board member, CACEDA; Doug McCammish, Member of the Work Ready Community comittee and chair of CACEDA when the Work Ready project was started; Jeff Adams, Administrator of the Lake Cumberland Technical Center, Russell Springs, KY; and Columbia Mayor Mark Harris. The unveiling took place at a meeting which started at 11:45amCT, at the Chamber Building. The signs will be erected at the Chamber Building, at the entrance to Green River Commerce Park, at a yet to be named location on Burkesville Street/KY 61 S, and at the Adair County School District campus.
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