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Cleanup efforts underway to advance historic restoration

2017-09-19 - Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo Old postcard picture from archives.
Volunteers are coming together tomorrow, 20 Sept 2017, to help with cleanup efforts underway to advance historic restoration and to enter Gov. Matt Bevin's contest to beautify the bluegrass. This picture shows the courthouse before the "wings" were built on and there is discussion about possibly removing them going forward. For now, however, due to budget restraints, baby steps are being taken to preserve and gradually restore the building. If you want to help win the contest and be included in the list of up to 200 volunteers invited to his BBQ meal, be at the Courthouse annex by 8:15amCT. -- Linda Waggener (volunteer tracking before and after work for contest entry and for posterity).

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