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Scenic Adair Co., KY: What's seen from the Veterans bypass

2013-11-03 - From Adair Veterans Memorial Highway, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Adair Countians know the significance of this scene. In the foreground, the epicenter of Kentucky auto retailing, the original Don Franklin Ford Dealership which has grown to be the mammoth Franklin Family Group of franchises. And that may not be so evident, from this perspective, to the one time traveller along the bypass. What couldn't be missed, against the dark skies in background, standing high on Mitchell Street, a church, this one Pastor Gene Conover's Columbia Church of God.From CM DIRECTORY of CHURCHES: COLUMBIA CHURCH of GOD. Pastor Gene Conover. 708 Mitchell ST, Columbia, KY. Call 270-384-4950. Bus Ministry Pick Up for Services, call 270-384-4590. Sunday: Sunday school, 10amCT. Sunday worship at 11amCT and 6:30pmCT. Wednesday prayer meeting at 6:30pmCT

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