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Rigging crew considers next step moving 'Heck of a Bell'

2013-07-30 - ACPC, 158 Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. When the 'Heck of a Bell,',, the 700 lb. plus cast iron bell which is the art focal point of the new Adair County Primary Center arrived aboard a pickup, part of the crew involved in the one hour 15 minute process pondered the next step. The bell was lowered to a dolly and pushed by hand to the entrance. It was a tight squeeze. The bell assembly is 32" wide, but the 36" doors at the entrance of the school accommodated it, without a single scratch to the shiny new building. The group above includes from left, Ricky Bault, Mark Parnell, Jameson Keen, Project Coordinator and Vo-Ag Teacher Larry Johnson, (maintenance department member whose identity is awaited) and Cody Neat.
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