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Dealers, deals fantastic at Jim Blair Center Flea Market

Writer says she may selling at next Flea Market, herself

Cynthia A Meyer writes:
An item pictured in the Jim Blair Flea Market caught my eye. I made a quick trip to town, and was pleasantly surprised at the items offered at the flea market. The deals were fantastic, and so were the sellers.

The rates for stall spaces seem very reasonable so I might be selling at the Flea Market myself. - Cynthia A Meyer

PS - Good thing I drive a Blazer instead of a pickup truck or I will still be unloading the deals I scored today. - Cynthia
Comments re photo 50776 Jim Blair Center Flea Market


2013-08-04 17:46:04 | Comments | Printable version

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Bonnie Giles, Adair County, KY (1919-2013)



2013-08-04 - 210 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo from Stotts-Phelps-McQueary Funeral Home.

Bonnie Giles, Adair County, KY (1919-2013)



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Village of Adare, in County Limerick for Sister City

A fitting connection for with so many of Irish ancestry

Justin Bailey writes:
While you are looking for possible sister cities, why not look at County Limerick, Ireland where the village of Adare is located. I think with many in this area having Irish ancestry, it would be a fitting connection. - Justin Bailey
Comments re article 61077 Advocate is impatient with progress of Sister City situation


2013-08-04 17:42:09 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Commentary

Bonnie Giles, Adair County, KY (1919-2013)

She was a native of Casey County, KY, and formerly of Knifley, KY. She was the widow of David Lee Giles. She leaves 25 direct and 4 step living descendants.Mrs. Giles was a member of the Lighthouse Tabernacle in Knifley, Ky and a homemaker
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Bonnie Giles, age 93 years, formerly of Knifley, KY passed away Sunday, August 4, 2013 at 2amET, at the Grandview Health and Rehab Center in Campbellsville, KY.

Funeral services will be Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at 11amCT/12pm noon ET, at Stotts-Phelps-McQueary Funeral Home, 210 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY with Bro. Bill Warren, the officiating clergy. Burial in the Caldwell Chapel Cemetery 2705 Caldwell Ridge Road, Knifley, KY. Visitation will be after 3:30pmCT/4:30pmET, on Monday, August 5, 2013, at Stotts-Phelps-McQueary Funeral Home.


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2013-08-04 11:35:26 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

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2013-08-04 10:29:34 | Comments | Printable version

Poetry by Robert Stone: Still are worth the chance

Still are worth the chance
- a sonnet reminding the poet to pay better attention
I slipped and fell into familiar air
and downward brushed against the folding rack
and clothes and cloths quite dry were waiting there,
like me, oblivious to coming whack.

I slid and failed to stop before the crunch
and sideways touched too many twinging stings
and good and bad from past arose with punch,
like me, forgetting all that hope still sings.

I slowed and foiled mishaps that were not swift
and upward moved with seeming grace and charm
and true and false seemed same but far adrift,
like me, unsure if doubt should cause alarm.

Yet some encounters still are worth the chance
of being death's request for final dance.

- Robert Stone, 4 August 2013
Next earlier Robert Stone poem: Poetry by Robert Stone: The gentle gift of tending, a sonnet


2013-08-04 09:56:16 | Comments | Printable version

CofC Board member issues challenge to Charles Marshburn

She'll back him for Columbia/Adair County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, where he can devote his considerable talent to the paramount issue of the day: Suggesting a Sister City for Columbia, KY for City of Columbia to make official? (They do that, don't they? Or is it the Garden Club? The Rotary? the Chamber of Commerce? or is that the purview of the Bear Board?) - CM

Wendy Butler Burt writes:
Like any volunteer organization, members of the Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce have their hands full conducting their busy lives and volunteering their time, energy and ideas to the organization. I am certain that other members of the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors would join me in welcoming Charlie Marshburn as a member of the Chamber of Commerce. Then, as a member of the Chamber, Charlie would be able to devote some of his considerable talent to the project of securing a sister city for the City of Columbia. - Wendy Butler Burt
Response to: Comments re article 61077 Advocate is impatient with progress of Sister City situation


2013-08-04 09:47:59 | Comments | Printable version

Mike Watson: Motor cycle riding was a big hit for one Adair Countian in 1911 ...

Lamentation of ex pat Adair Countian, from Ohio a place with little to compare to home: 'That is right boys, love the home of your childhood, for it is the sweetest place in memory. I would like to be home and attend one of those all day singings, and dinner on the ground. There is never anything doing like that up here.' - JACK BAILEY, in one of many vignettes on the coming of the automobile, the motorcycle, speed limits, and a motorcycle tragedy in Lebanon, KY compiled by Mike Watson
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By Mike Watson, Adair County historian

The following is from a letter written to and published by The Adair County News, July 5, 1911, by Jack Bailey, then living and working at South Lebanon, Ohio, but native of Adair County.

"I am still liking this part of the country fine. Crops of all kinds are looking well, as we have had plenty of raid. Wheat and hay harvest is on hand now, and there are not enough work hands to supply the demand. If any of the Adair County boys are out of employment, they should find plenty of work here on the farm or in the factory, and get good wages.


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2013-08-04 08:33:22 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Local History

Gradyville Baptist will hold community fish fry, Aug. 10, 2013

By Mike Bennett
News from Gradyville Baptist Church

A community fish fry will be held at Gradyville Baptist Church, 159 Old Gradyville Church Road, Columbia, KY on Saturday, August 10, 2013. Children's activities will begin at 2pmCT with games, bouncy house, face painting, etc. Food, fish and all the fixings, will be served 4pmCT-6pmCT. Singing will start at 6pmCT with various singers from Gradyville and surrounding communities. There will be no charge for this event, but donations will be accepted. Contact by phone 270-299-6563 or 270-250-5222 or email gradyvillebaptistchurch@hotmail.com. - MIKE BENNETT


2013-08-04 08:12:35 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Food

Dalton - the dog you want to hug, but don't dare until he says so!

He's a great dog!

Sandi Wills writes:
Dalton - the dog you want to hug, but don't dare until he decides it is ok! Dalton is handsome and looks like he would like you to pet him. Until you do!

I love Dalton, but I am careful to give him his space, until he accepts my hand.

So glad he is a survivor! He is a great dog! --Sandi Wills
Comments re article 61084 Happy Tails The story of Dalton a survivor and a keeper


2013-08-04 08:07:35 | Comments | Printable version

Redlick UMC puts out call for singers: 58th All Night Singing

By Missy Lemmon

Redlick United Church, 3976 Mosby Ridge Road, Edmonton, KY, needs any and all singers to come out and share with us on Saturday, September 7, 2013 for the 58th Annual All Night Singing at 7pmCT. Any and all, groups or individuals are invited to attend. The church is providing a meal. Contact: Bro. Larry Lemmon at 270-634-0466. - Missy Lemmon


2013-08-04 07:52:54 | Comments | Printable version

Mr. Omer (C.B.) Houk, Green County, KY (1930-2013)

Mr. Houk had made a profession of faith in Christ and attended the Greasy Creek Baptist Church. He was a United States Army Veteran, serving during the Korean War. He was a member of the James L. Pruitt VFW Post 5813, Greensburg, KY.
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Mr. Omer "C.B." Houk died Thursday, August 1, 2013 at the Jane Todd Crawford Hospital in Greensburg, KY.

Funeral services will be at 1pmCT, Sunday, August 4, 2013, at Foster-Toler-Curry Funeral Home, 209 W. Court Street, Greensburg, KY with Rev. Roger Robertson the officiating clergy. Visitation will be 6pm-8pmCT. Saturday and after 7amCT, Sunday. Interment will be in Houk Cemetery, Hart County, KY.


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2013-08-04 07:19:20 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

More Sister City nominations from Charles Marshburn

Charles Marshburn writes:
Please add Lucca, Italy, and Montalcino, Italy, to my list of potential sister cities. Did I mention that I really like Italy? --Charles Marshburn
Comments re article 61083 Charles Marshburn Accept LWC sister city choices first


2013-08-04 07:05:10 | Comments | Printable version

Happy Tails: The story of Dalton, a survivor, and a keeper

Dalton is a little Manchester Terrier, whose difficult earlier life is heart rending. He's got wounds that can still be easily re-awakened and which make his prospects for adoption slim. He's a "keeper," at Sugarfoot Farm Rescue, with a special bond with the director - and a home at the farm as long as he needs it. His story would make a movie. Peg thinks he should write a book. This Happy Tail may be a big chapter in the book, his latest escapade, lost for 10 days in Bowling Green, KY.
Next earlier Happy Tails: Who says money can't buy love?

By Peg Schaeffer
News from Sugarfoot Farm Rescue, 270-378-4521 or 270-634-4675

I've had a good life. I've been places, done things. I'm retired. This is the new chapter in my life - to help animals who need me. I was picked for this job when I was a child. Yes, my entire day is spent caring for the dogs.

But look at all of the other dogs in bad situations. I read stories about them and I want to save them all. But I can't.


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2013-08-04 06:19:43 | Comments | Printable version

Charles Marshburn: Accept LWC sister city choice(s) first

And he offers several deserving personal choices

Charles Marshburn writes:
My suggestion would be to take any of the students' offers that were made from Lindsey Wilson students to heart. Some other personal choices would be Waterford, Ireland, Bath, England, Torrejon, Spain, Tivoli, Italy, or Martina Franca, Italy. - Charles Marshburn
Comments re article 61077 Advocate is impatient with progress of Sister City situation


2013-08-04 05:01:08 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

Frances Robert Dobbs, Taylor County, KY (1935-2013)

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Services for Mr. Bob Dobbs will be conducted 12pm noon CT/1pmET,Monday, August 5, 2013 at Lyon- DeWitt Funeral Home. 503 E Main Street, Campbellsville, KY. Visitation will be after 9amCT/10amET, on Monday at the funeral home.


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2013-08-04 04:56:56 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Flea Market at Jim Blair Center in Columbia off to great start

Second day session starts at 8amCT-2pmCT, this morning, Sunday, August 4, 2013
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By Charlie Crawhorn
Director, Jim Blair Center

I think we're on to something South Central Kentucky wants.

The first flea market yesterday was an encouraging, impressive start. There was good attendance, and we had a lot of positive feedback from the community about the first event and when the next one will take place, and hope to see even more people and vendors here today, Sunday, August 4, 2013, 8amCT-2pmCT, Jim Blair Center, 901 Hudson Street, Columbia, KY.

All the vendors seemed pleased with the steady flow of people throughout most of the day and many buyers were enthusiastic and offered to help spread the word - and give us notes, advice on how we can make this a regular, successful event which help underwrite the many programs we now have, and aid the future growth of Columbia/Adair County Parks & Recreation. Charlie Crawhorn, 270-634-2246


2013-08-04 03:30:59 | Comments | Printable version

Carol Perkins: From the Beach House, Part I

A family reunion with all the progeny this time, in Seacrest Beach, Florida, is a return visit for the Carol and Guy Perkins, who find a restaurant which hasn't changed in 40 years, and a surprise that not only could Guy still ride a bike, but could do so at with the performance of a man 40 years younger.
Next earlier Carol Perkins column: Carol Perkins: Royal baby

I am writing from a beach house in Seacrest Beach, FL where the Perkins family has once again gathered for our family vacation. Jon and his family drove from Austin by way of New Orleans to jump start their trip. Carla and her son rode down with Guy and me, and her husband and college-age son will arrive for the weekend. That sets the stage for our twice a year gathering. The other time is during Christmas.


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2013-08-04 03:16:54 | Comments | Printable version

Janet Michelle Minton, 49, Russell County, KY (1963-2013)

She was the daughter of Vivian Imogene Wilson Minton and the late Stanley Floyd Minton.She was a Loan Processor at First National Bank in Russell Springs and was a member of the Jamestown Church of the Nazarene
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Janet Michelle Minton, 49, of Windsor, KY, passed away Friday, August 2, 2013, at the Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital in Somerset, KY.

Funeral services for Janet Michelle Minton will be at noon, 12pmCT/1pmET, Monday, August 5, 2013 at the Bernard Funeral Home Chapel, 367 Main Street, Russell Springs, KY, with Rev. Richard Morgan officiating. Friends may call after 4pmCT/5pmET Sunday, August 4, 2013, at the funeral home. Burial in the Jennies Chapel Cemetery in Casey County, KY.


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2013-08-04 02:42:35 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Raymond Thompson Munson, Casey Co., KY (1924-2013)

He was a native of Franklin Co., KY, the son of the late Everette Byron and Annie Richardson Munson. He was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years, Ruth Payne Munson. He is survived by his niece and daughter of the heart Toni T. Parker and her children, his sisters, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was a graduate of Elkhorn High School and a United States Army veteran, having served in the Philippines as a half-track driver. He worked for Sower Hardware and several local automobile dealers before opening Munson Auto Sales.

Raymond Thompson Munson, age 88, passed away Friday, August 2, 2013 at Taylor Manor Nursing Home, Versailles, KY.

Graveside services for Mr. Munson will be 1pmCT/2pmET Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at Antioch Cemetery, Liberty, KY, with Bro. Dwight Coffman officiating. Casey County Funeral Squad will conduct military honors. The family will receive friends at Harrod Brothers Funeral Home, 312 Washington Street, Frankfort, KY, Monday, evening, 4pm-7pmCT/5pm-8pmCT.


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2013-08-04 02:09:44 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Advocate is impatient with progress of Sister City situation

Comments re article 29118 LWC students to offer 7 potential Sister Cities for Columbia KY

Charles Marshburn writes:
I am usually very patient, but it has been over three years since I asked about Columbia's sister city situation. Seems it is another "don't ask, don't tell." Seems the chamber of commerce is on the dole according to a spokesperson at the COC by public library inquiry and this is not at the top of their list of accomplishments. - Charles Marshburn
Thanks. Charles Marshburn - But maybe you ought to come up with a list, yourself. Here's some of mine.


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2013-08-04 01:32:39 | Comments | Printable version

Tom Chaney: The Man Standing Next To Us

Of Writers And Their Books: The Man Standing Next To Us. Tom reviews Christopher Rice's novel about the relationship between two Marines who don't fight for a cause, "We fight for the man standing next to us." This column first appeared 3 August 2008.
The next earlier Tom Chaney column: Slow Years of Wasteful War

By Tom Chaney

The Man Standing Next To Us

What a pleasure it is to watch a beginning novelist search for and find a viable voice. Puts me in mind of a young colt I saw the other day out at Cub Run. Not more than a few days old, he knew just what he was after and was already pretty certain about how to get it. Once in a while his legs got in the way, but I could tell he would soon find his stride.

Christopher Rice hit the ground confidently with his first novel, A Density of Souls, set in the New Orleans of his youth.


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2013-08-04 00:40:39 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Books

Chuck Hinman: IJMA. I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen

Chuck Hinman: I Left My Heart At The Stage Door Canteen. Chuck recounts his experiences at the USO canteens during his 1942 stay in Los Angeles for Air Force training and his later disappointment when revisiting the city.
Next earlier Chuck Hinman column - Tools / The planter that Chuck built

By Chuck Hinman

I Left My Heart At The Stage Door Canteen

After finishing basic training in the Air Force in 1942 at Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, Texas, I was assigned to an eight weeks training school in Los Angeles, California. We were billeted at the Grand Hotel at Ninth and Grand in the heart of downtown Los Angeles.
For a Nebraska farm boy who had never been farther away from home than Wichita, Kansas (200 miles), I felt I had died and gone to heaven! Please don't wake me if I am dreaming, I thought!

In the prime of life

I was in the prime of life, had two years of college under my belt, and had just finished two months of rigid physical basic training which left me 'mean and green.' I was the epitome of the sayings 'bright-eyed and bushy-tailed,' 'foot-loose and fancy-free,' ready for a good time wherever it was! Look out 'CALIFORNIA, HERE I COME' -- ready or not!

There were scads of military installations in and around Los Angeles. The streets of Los Angeles were alive with military personnel from all the branches of military service. It was a young person's world! Everywhere you looked there were young people. Older people, if there were any, seemed to be in hiding!

Schooling a breeze, roommate a fellow Nebraskan

The schooling was a breeze and it was like an 8 to 5 job. There was no homework. Other than making mess call three times a day at a nearby cafeteria, we were free to do whatever we liked with a 9 pm curfew on weekdays, midnight on weekends. What a life! And what a place to spend it in -- Los Angeles, California!

I was assigned to room with a fellow Nebraskan. His last name was Reiner. His first name escapes me now but he was a big German farm boy from O'Neill, Nebraska. We got along great for the duration of this school -- then were separated during the rest of the war but found each other afterwards when we were fellow students at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. We of course exchanged many pleasant reminiscences of our times together in L. A. with accompanying belly laughs at all the silly things we had done there.

USO canteens quickly found

'Soldier boys' in large cities such as Los Angeles quickly found the very popular USO canteens. I was no different. I 'lived' at the canteen in my free time and developed many heart-throbs! And of course, I became a noted (not) pool shark and skilled ping-pong player! I cut my teeth, so to speak, on the dance floor at the canteen but no one mistook me for Gene Kelly or Fred Astaire. There was little resemblance!

The canteens were ALWAYS staffed with pretty, nice girls to the delight of us service-men. A very popular song of the day made popular by Sammy Kaye was" I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" by Irving Berlin: This Stage Door Canteen was the subject of the very popular Broadway play of the same name.

Marlene Dietrich at the Hollywood Canteen

During my short two-months stay in Southern California, I discovered the Hollywood Canteen. On a visit there one Sunday afternoon, I had the pleasure of being served refreshments by the glamorous Marlene Dietrich! Of course, everyone crowded to have their picture taken with the famous German movie star! I also heard the famous singer Peggy Lee do her rendition of the song "Fever" for which she became noted. Movie stars and starlets were a dime a dozen on this Sunday afternoon! After all, I was treated to being a guest in their backyard, so to speak.

As you can understand, I am rapidly beginning to be spoiled by this 'new life'!

Overwhelmed by outings

And that's not to mention being invited to a super-glamorous home in Hollywood on Thanksgiving Day along with my roommate and a couple of buddies who had signed up at the Los Angeles USO canteen for such an outing. What opulence and down right genuine hospitality! Our country has a wonderful history of its citizens pouring it on for its soldier boys!

In addition to spending every minute possible in the USO canteens of Los Angeles and Hollywood, my Auntie Grace lived nearby in Glendale, California, entertained me royally when I had time to hop a bus and go out to visit her. She showed me all the things for which Southern California is famous, the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, the Griffith Observatory, the homes of the rich and famous in Hollywood, and on and on. I don't see how she could have packed so much into such a short time. My eyes and mind were about to explode! From a cultural SHOCK?? Probably! But I loved every minute of it!

Sold on Los Angeles

Of course, as you might expect, the time flew because I was having the time of my life!

Frankly, I was SOLD. I had every intention in the world to return to Los Angeles after the war to make my permanent home. I was so taken by its charm during the eight weeks of my residence there. I could hardly wait for the war to be over so I could make the big move and resume where I had left off in early 1943.

Revisiting Los Angeles several years later

Several years later I had an opportunity to revisit Los Angeles on a layover during a transfer from Fresno, California, to my new assignment at Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas. It goes without saying, I had eagerly looked forward to such an occasion and here it was!

I visited the Grand Hotel first, my home during the wonderful days in 1942. I was shocked -- it was still there but it just flat LOOKED DIFFERENT! It no longer housed troops as it did in 1942. The laughter and good-natured bawdiness and noise were gone!

Extreme disappointment at changes

To try to recover from my extreme disappointment, I rushed to the corner drug store in the Hotel Building where I drank so many fountain drinks back then. It was still there but I hardly recognized it!

What's going on here? Am I on Candid Camera or something? I batted my eyes trying to bring some sense to what I was feeling and seeing!

Good old days crumbled as though by earthquake

I don't know how many nickels I plugged in the nickelodeon back in the good old days and listened to the song "I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas." I about wore out the record! I didn't recognize any of the soda-jerks!

Panicking, I double-timed a few blocks north to make sure my one remaining landmark, the Los Angeles USO Canteen was still in place! Everything else had crumbled as though by a 6.4 earthquake! My heart was in my mouth for fear of what I was going to see and experience. I almost didn't want to know. My pace slowed as I approached the familiar door. Sure enough -- my disappointment was complete! I closed my eyes as though trying to shield myself from a crumbling dream world!

Dreams are elusive and fleeting

Even though I was as 'mean and green' as the day I had finished basic training in late 1942, I began to realize how foolish I had been. I learned an important lesson of life that afternoon as I stood there choking back waves of hurt. Dreams are elusive and fleeting and need a strong foundation. They are seldom built on good times. Good times are for memories.

I got a hold of myself, cleared my throat of a few lumps and tried to develop a learned military stride as I headed for the train station -- "I left my heart at the Stage Door Canteen"... but ONLY in the form of memories of some good times -- nothing more....

Written by Chuck Hinman, ImPeruvians Writing Club, 12 March 2004. The writing assignment was "Any Town Other Than The One You Live In," 29 February 2004.

Editorial Note: "I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" by Irving Berlin - which Chuck quoted - may still be in copyright but you can find it by Googling the title.



2013-08-04 00:28:58 | Comments | Printable version

Today, SUNDAY with CM, August 4, 2013

Haiku by Robert Stone for August 4, 2013:
Who has confidence,
when circumstances look bad,
waits for evidence.
--Robert Stone, Sunday, 4 August 2013.
-1000 haiku countdown to Chambers Stevens' 50th birthday, Day 691, in progress

Quick links to Favorite CM Columns
Mostly from Sunday with CM, August 4, 2013 and a few others from the past week. Please note date of posting


2013-08-04 00:07:35 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Today


Birthdays and Anniversaries for August 4
Happy Anniversary, Kathy and Keith Greer | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, Richard and Sharon Hamlett | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Anniversary, Ronnie and Jane Grant! (1972) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Barack Obama (1961) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Bobby Lynn Graves | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Cody Burkhardt | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Felicia VanArsdale (1972) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Jack Collins | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, John Tupman | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Lori Brandon | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Makenna Wheeler (2004) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Mary Keen | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Pam Grant (1953) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Pauline Grant. (1928) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Rhonda Bradshaw | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Rita Coomer | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Rosyln Sue Edwards | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Sierra Blackistone | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Tennille Hughes | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Tim Smith | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Trenton Keene | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Treyton Gist (2000) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Lewis Ollie Ash, Adair Co., KY (1947) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Dellie Burton, Adair Co., KY (1920) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Edith Carr Wethington, Casey Co., KY, native (1917) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Shannon Anderson, Cumberland Co., KY (1971) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Grace Bybee Appleby Dobbs, Burkesville, KY (1920-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Marie Karnes, Taylor Co., KY (1915 - 2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Jackson Lowe, Taylor County, KY (1939-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mr. Elvin O. Giles, Adair Co., KY (1933-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Sallie Elizabeth Lowe Whitfield, Adair Co., KY native (1928-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Dr. James C. Salato, (August 4, 1917 - August 31, 1990) | (Updates/Corrections)

Events scheduled for Sunday, August 4, 2013
All events are listed in Central Time. Submit your upcoming event using our Contact Form.
6:00amCTTime to check Directory of Churches for Sunday morning & evening worship service schedules. | (ID:23701, Comment)
8:00amCTFlea Market 8am-2pmCT
at Jim Blair Center, 801 Hudson Street, Columbia, KY | (ID:23721, Comment)
10:00amCTDriven will sing at Chance
At Chance, at Emorys Chapel Church, 1830 Hwy. 1952, Columbia, KY | (ID:23543, Comment)
10:30amCTThe Bartley's, with 90 year old founder, of Tompkinsville, KY will sing
at Victory Community Church, 107 N. Reed St. Columbia, KY | (ID:23561, Comment)
NoonCTChimes at noon. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:23582, Comment)
1:00pmCTServices, Greensburg, KY, for Mr. Omer (C.B.) Houk, Green County, KY (1930-2013) | (ID:23730, Comment)
3:00pmCTCelebration honoring Pam Grant retirement from Adair Co. School System
at the Chamber of Commerce, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY | (ID:23542, Comment)
5:00pmCTChimes for the Evening. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:23618, Comment)
6:00pmCTNew group, 7~8~10, in concert/Adair County Sunday Night Singing
at Tabor Community church 1477 Fairplay Road, Columbia KY | (ID:23564, Comment)
6:30pmCTMountain Joy in concert/Adair County Sunday Night Singing
at Bloomington Chapel Church, 55 Bloomington Church Road, Columbia KY | (ID:23563, Comment)

 






















 
 
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