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Pres. Hunter Durham recalls old Sparksville walking trail

2014-02-25 - Cranmer Dining Center, 430 Helen Flatt DR, Columbia, KY - Photo CM staff photo. Leaders of the Trail Town Initiative continuously find that much of the infrastructure for making Columbia/Adair County a part of the system is already in place, or may just need touching up to be a part of the program. Columbia Rotary Club President Hunter Durham remembered the Gilpins of the Antioch Community and a cross country trail some members of the family used to take going from Sparksville to Gradyville to School. "It was grand," he said. "Just in a short distance of maybe two miles you had sights where you could see Columbia, and then you'd go through woods and then come out in the valley." Durham didn't know if that trail is still walkable or available for renovation, but he did call for a vote to have the Rotary Club sponsor a Walk for the Trail Town initiative, which they did. The photo was taken at the Columbia Rotary Club meeting at Cranmer Dining Center, Tuesday, February 24, 2014. - CM
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