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Adair Knife Club makes donations to Shop with the Sheriff

2017-12-07 - Masonic Hall, 501 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shirley Moss.
The Adair County Knife Club made their annual donation along with some individual donations to the Shop with Sheriff Program. Willard Bryant presented the checks to Sheriff Harrison Moss. Others in the picture are Ricky Page, Paul Green Jr., Philip Cox, Elvin Anderson, Richard Chelf, Jeralyn Spires, Allen Day, Richard Butler, Sam Derrickson, Alvin Bryant, and Vadius Hawkins. Many thanks to everyone who supports the Knife Swap. That's what makes it possible to support the Shop with the Sheriff Program. The Adair County Knife Club meets the first and third Tuesday night of each month at the Columbia Masonic Lodge Basement, 501 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY. Doors open at 3pmCT with auction starting at 5pmCT. - Shirley Moss

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