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Downtown People: Driving new covered wagon

2013-09-13 - 212 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Adrianna Rhoads was the driver of the new "covered wagon" the family got today for Aiden, 4, who's enjoying a spin around the Square. The children are with their mother, Melinda Rhoads, who said that the Square is one of their favorite places for outings. They live just a few blocks away. "When we have more time," Melinda Rhoads said, "We like to go over to the Columbia Cemetery and visit Mamaw." Mamaw was one of the most beloved Columbians ever, the late Sylvia Wilson, the "flower lady," at the Circle R, who had fame over several states for the huge corsages she wear while working at the restaurant. Coincidentally, two others out for a stroll, Delwin Blair and Ginger Swift, said that Downtown is one of their favorite exercise centers, and they said, they too, like to Cemetery as a walking course.
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