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Scenic Adair Co., KY: Symbols of Columbia

2013-05-08 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. Symbols of the past, present, and what's ahead abounded on a evening stroll in downtown Columbia with my mom, Geniece Marcum, from the Columbia United Methodist Church's white picket fence (remember the Epperson's wooden picket fence?) to the courthouse clocktower, symbolic this week of Adair County's great literary background with the coming book fair, to the golden crowns of Begley Chapel, upper right on the skyline, and to its right, on the Hill of Lindsey Wilson, the lovely old pine tree of poem and song, both symbolic of a great college; and finally, there's the Redbrick Studio building with it's black shutters, symbolic of a renaissance on the Square. - CM
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