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Trail Town Merchant Committee meets

2014-06-17 - Historic Courthouse, 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. The Trail Town USA Merchant Committee met at the Historic Adair County Courthouse Tuesday, June 17, 2014 to make plans for merchant involvement. 16th Kentucky District Senator-Elect Max Wise, 5th from left, came to lend support and to offer any assistance he might give in his new position. Others in the photo, from left, Rich Ollestad, a hiking advocate and representative of Betty's OK Country Cooking; Committee Chair Susan Loy, and owner of Barger Insurance; Trail Towns Chair Ellen Zornes, Senator Elect Wise; Trail Towns Organizer Holly Grimsley, and Columbia City Councillor and Grimsley Jewelry owner Charles Grimsley. Also present but not in the photo, were John "Rascal" & Peggy Haskell; Joyce Coomer of Printing Creations; and Mary Ann Loy, a fitness and walking enthusiast.
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