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Heavenly Hollow has first Christmas Village Postcard

2015-11-24 - 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ellen Zornes, Columbia/Adair Co. Chamber of Commerce.
The first Christmas Card on the square is up! Robbie Selch and his wife, Karen (face in cut out), owners of United Country Heavenly Hollow Real Estate and Auction, placed the first Christmas Card for the village today. Robbie said that they hated that they missed the Squarecrows but we're ready for this! Lee Ann Jessee has the master plan at the library, but the gist is to add them next to each other around the lawn of the courthouse, then we'll start on the perimeter of the Annex lawn. We're expecting a good sized village of the cards and we do ask to please remember to register your card at the library. Our square will soon 'be alive' again and what an opportunity for photo ops.

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