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Monarch Waystation ribbon cutting at ACPL

2016-06-15 - Adair County Public Library, 307 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
A Columbia Adair County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony officially opened the Adair County Public Library's Monarch Butterfly Waystation Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The Waystation is the result of many hours of work by the Adair County Garden Club and the library staff. The Waystation is the fourth one in Adair County. Wendy Burt, Martha Chamberlain, and Betty Knifley have waystations at their homes. A fifth Monarch Way Station is planned at the Trabue Russell House. In the photo above, front row, from left, kneeling, Crimson Simpson, Charlotte & Timothy Archey, Isaiah Warren, Sophia Topping and Aleina Milligan, children's librarian. Front row standing, holding the ribbon, from left are Ellen Zornes, Delno Salmon, Donna Jones, Sherry McGyver, Betty Knifley, Chris Haskell, Glenda Brouckaert, Mary Sharp, Wendy Butler Burt, Alicia Bosela, Montra Keen, Mary Kay Sullivan, Abe Cross. In the back row are Mary Knight, Jane Grant, Kathy Hunt and Jerry Holt.

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