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The Bell at ACPC: Through glass doorway

2013-07-30 - ACPC, 158 Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Bringing the 750 pound, 32" bell assembly through the 36" doorway at Adair County Primary Care wasn't as slow as moving a lighthouse inland, but it brought that procedure to mind. Directed by Project Coordinator Larry Johnson, back left, who was also part of the four manpower engine, the bell made it into ACPC without a single scratch on the door or building. ACPC offers some of the most dramatic outside views of any structure in Adair County. This front entrance passes the administration/reception area on one side, and the media area on the other. The media room (in olden days a "library") will be one of the last areas turned over to the school board.
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