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Downtown Days 2013: Joe Moore

2013-10-13 - 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. The face of festivals in Columbia, KY Mr. Joe Moore, a beloved Adair County Treasure, walks past the Jamestown Street entrance to the Historic Adair County Courthouse. Maybe more than anyone else, he epitomizes the festival spirit in Downtown. From time to time it is also essential to remember that the drawing of the famed Adair County Courthouse Clocktower, the de facto logo of the city, is his work. (Also of note in the Bicycle Friendly capitol of the world, and home of pedalpowered vehicles from Raleigh folders to unicycle(s), to sofas-on-wheels recumbent bicycles, the purple bike may have been the only kick bike ever in Adair County. It was used to make deliveries from the Anna Mary's in the Food Court to customers around the Square. - EW
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