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Dale Whittingham has miniature original Adair Co. Jail at FM2

2014-10-11 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Sandy Everts. Dale Whittingham has a number of new items at today's FM2, 11 Oct 2014, which will be open later today, until 5pmCT. At 8:49amCT, crowds were beginning to grow for today's events. Downtown there's a big Food Court, the 3rd Annual Adair Genealogical Book Fair in the Historic Adair County Courthouse, 500 Public Square, and the wonderful Saturday tradition of Farmers Market on the Square. A note, there' more parking around town today, with the latest the totally resurfaced Columbia Baptist Church parking lot which stretches from 100 block of Burkesville Street to the 100 block of W Monroe Street.
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