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Playground Equipment being moved to Jim Blair Park

2013-10-08 - JAIS, 202 Gen. John Adair School, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. A lot of volunteer work was being given to a great goal today. Fifth District Magistrate Billy Dean Coffey, who is also a member of the Adair County Parks and Recreation Board, brought a truck with trailer from his Clay Ridge Landscaping business and worked with volunteering Adair County Road Department employees to disassemble playground equipment from the non-discontinued John Adair Intermediate School and Col. William Casey Elementary to move to Jim Blair Park. Equipment which would have cost thousands of dollars, new, was donated by the Adair County Board of Education to the community park at the September Board meeting. CJE Ann Melton said that the equipment is mostly in good-as-new condition, with only slight fading to some of the finish.
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