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Perhaps the most interesting Sgt. York information can be found here, at a link shared by a reader: Sergeant York Historic Foundation website

2013-11-24 20:23:38 | Comments | Printable version

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Highland cattle at Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill, KY



2013-11-24 - Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill, KY - Photo by Pen. Tillie likes anything cowboy and Hailey loves cow and horses but their eagerness to make friends when this Scottish Highland "cow" met them eye to eye at the fence and the little girls gave out loud squeals of fright. But soon got used to him, even though he looks more like a water buffalo than anything else. Nice do, though; cute bangs.
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Nina Norris, Adair County, KY (1928-2013)

She was a native of Cumberland County, KY, a former resident of Fairplay in Adair County, KY, and was a resident of Ft. Walton Beach, Florida at the time of her death. She was the daughter of the the late William Henry and Mary Ellen Murley Capps and the widow of Edward Glee Norris.
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Nina Norris, 85 of Ft. Walton Beach, Florida. formerly of the Fairplay Community of Adair County, KY passed away Sunday November 24, 2013 at her home in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida.

Funeral services will be Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 11amCT, Hadley's Community Church, 8269 Fairplay Road, Columbia, KY, with Bro. Elbert Hadley the officiating clergy. Burial will be in Haven Hill Cemetery, 1276 Liberty Road, Columbia, KY. Visitation will be after 4pmCT, Tuesday, November 26, 2013, at Stotts-Phelps-McQueary Funeral Home.


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2013-11-24 20:09:53 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

Bro. Darrell Treece will deliver Thanksgiving message

Music will be led by New Life for the Nations at Community Thanksgiving service at Trinity United Methodist Church on Tuesday

A community Thanksgiving service will be held Tuesday November 26 at 6:30pmCT at Trinity United Methodist Church, 2418 Campbellsville Road, Columbia KY. Brother Darrell Treece will bring the message and music will be led by New Life for the Nations. Everyone is invited to attend. --Lanny Harlow


2013-11-24 19:13:32 | Comments | Printable version

In Great Depression, prices weren't high; but cash was scarce

In 1936, E. Campbell was selling fresh fish for 10 cents/lb.

By Mike Watson, Adair County Historian

Now, I know times are hard for many folk these days and many of us have decided to do without certain items. Grocery bills seem to continue to spiral upward and consumption, in this modern-age, continues in the same direction. Prices reflect so many economic components.

My parents were reared during the great depression, and growing up I, like so many readers, head stories of hard times and making do with what one had. Prices were not high, money was scarce. Today, prices are high and money, inflated, buys less and less.

Here are some prices, taken from an ad in the Adair County News, July 1936. The merchant was Mr. E. Campbell, whom I remember very well.

Specials for the week-end: Sugar, 5 cents per pound, limit 10 pounds per customer; Syrup, 10-pound bucker, 49 cents; Pilgrim brand coffee, 2 pounds, 25 cents; Lard, 4-pound bucket, 59 cents; Fresh Fish, Saturday only, 10 cents per pound; Crackers, 1-pound box, 8 cents; Fresh Fruits and Vegetables for sale at all times!

Ah, what I wouldn't give for a 25 cent CUP of coffee!

- Mike Watson


2013-11-24 18:51:22 | Comments | Printable version

Volleyball - NAIA National Championship Pool play announced

Blue Raiders face Biola, Dordt and Indiana Wesleyan in Pool C

Next - LWC Volleyball faces Dordt College at 8:30pmCT/9:30pmET, Sunday, December 3, 2013 at Gateway Arena, 401 Gordon DR, Sioux City, IA

By Charles Balcom

KANSAS CITY, MO - The 2013 NAIA National Championship Final Site Pool Play assignments and schedule have been released, the national office announced on Sunday.


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2013-11-24 18:41:26 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Sports

LWC Wrestling finishes with 1-2 record at Wolfpack Duals

Blue Raiders defeated UNC-Pembroke but fell to NC State and Gardner-Webb
Next: Lindsey Wilson vs. Newberry (SC) College, and Belmont Abbey (NC) College, first LW match at 12:00CT/1:00ET, Sunday December 1, 2013 at Eleazer Arena, 2100 College Street, Newberry, SC.

By Charles Balcom

RALEIGH, NC - The Lindsey Wilson College wrestling team finished 1-2 at the Wolfpack Duals hosted by North Carolina State University on Sunday, November 24, 2013.

Lindsey Wilson (1-2) defeated NCAA Division II member UNC-Pembroke to start the day, but fell to NCAA Division I members North Carolina State University and Gardner-Webb University (NC).


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2013-11-24 18:09:14 | Comments | Printable version

Big Al Owens: You never know what you might see in Nashville

The Predators lost the hockey game, but Big Al and Suzanne score photos with Vince Gill, and they make a debut on the Kiss Cam displayed to the entire arena.
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By Big Al Owens

Last night Suzanne and I went to see the Nashville Predators play the New York Rangers at Bridgestone Arena.


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2013-11-24 17:42:08 | Comments | Printable version

Bloomington Chapel Youth Toy Drive is well on way to goal

TOY DRIVE PROGRESS REPORT: Details below; the Big Picture is that 592 total items already received. Goal is 1,000. Ways to help below

The youth Bloomington Chapel Church, 55 Bloomington Church Road, Columbia KY 42728 youth are conducting a toy drive to help give toys and other items to the less fortunate during the Christmas season and already they have received a total of 592 toys. "We are well on our way to reaching our goal of 1000 toys/items to help those in need this holiday season," Tony Streeval writes.


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2013-11-24 16:24:26 | Comments | Printable version

Ras G. Compton, Casey County, KY (1929-2013)

He was a resident of Casey County, KY, and a resident of the county at the time of his death. He was the son of the late Otha and Chloe Combest Compton. He was the widower of Ruby Sears Compton. He was the widower of Ruby Sears Compton
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Ras G. Compton, age 84, of Liberty, KY passed away on Friday November 22, 2013 at the V.A. Medical Center.

Visitation will be held 9:39amCT/10:30amET, Monday November 25, 2013 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel, 142 KY Hwy 49, Liberty, KY. Funeral services will be held 12pmCT/1pmET, Monday November 15, 2013 at Bartle Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Bryce McCulley will be the officiating clergy.. Burial will be in the Antioch Cemetery.


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2013-11-24 15:29:21 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Obituaries

UPDATE: Golden Alert Cancelled for Mr. John Kessinger

Previous story: Golden Alert for missing Taylor Co. KY man

The Golden Alert issued for Taylor County resident John Kessinger, who went missing on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 has been cancelled.

Mr. Kessinger has returned home safely.

Sheriff Allen Newton would like to extend a thank you to the community and all the news media for all your assistance in locating Mr. Kessinger. -Campbellsville 911


2013-11-24 12:46:58 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Kentucky State Police

Happy Tail: There are many plusses to adopting a senior dog

With senior dogs, you know what you're getting. Peg Schaeffer gives heartwarming stories of Wolfie, Sydney, Buster, and Dodger. Click on headline for choices to adopt: Laddie and Roy.
The next earlier Happy Tail: Happy Tail: Happy hunting? Posted Sunday November 17, 2013

By Peg Schaeffer

At Sugarfoot Farm Rescue have several older dogs that would make great pets. There are many plusses to adopting a senior dog. You don't have to housebreak them. They are past the chewing stage. They aren't as active so they don't require as much exercise as a puppy or a young dog.


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2013-11-24 08:30:52 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Happy Tails by Peg Shaefer

Funeral processions: When it is hazard to stop, just slow down

Commentary: Showing respect to family is important thing, VFW Post Commander says

By Joe Hare

As a Patriot Guard Rider I am a part of many funeral processions, across the state and feel when meeting such a procession we need to show respect. Whether there is a law that covers us stopping in respect, I don't know.

With that said I also know in some places on some roads it can be a hazard to stop. When in a location that is a hazard we can always slow down and pull as far to the right as we can, and even turn on our lights and/or flashers. These kind of roads do not have a minimum speed limit, and by doing this we should stay safe.

If the grieving family sees that we are respecting their loss, then we have accomplished what we should be doing. The people that pass and speed away as the person described by Betty Coop, needs a lesson in respect.

Lets all stay safe, but please show respect for our deceased. If we don't respect others, we are not respecting ourselves. - Joe Hare, the writer of this article, is a Patriot Guard Rider and Commander of VFW Post 6097, Columbia, KY


2013-11-24 07:26:20 | Comments | Printable version

Sharon Payne & Karen Pescosolido at Cane Valley tonight

Cane Valley Christian Church invites everyone out tonight at 6:30pmCT, to hear Sharon Payne and Karen Pescosolido bring the message in song. The church is located at 2250 Cane Valley Road (MAP), Columbia, KY. - Fran Neat
A CM "Photos & Headcount Requested" event - Worth the drive from anywhere


2013-11-24 07:13:11 | Comments | Printable version

Letter: Distant Cousins with Sergeant York

Nancy Clay writes:
I think this lady that says Sgt. York was in Sparksville 1950-51 and visited with her father Yank Loy has her stories mixed up. Sgt. York has been dead many, many years, my mother Chalma McKinney was a cousin of his I believe he and my Grandfather Emmit York were first cousins. Sgt. Yorks accomplishments are posted below his photo at Ft. Benning, GA in the musuem. - Nancy Clay
Comments re article Sgt. York in Adair County: He stopped by Yank Loy store often

Nancy, thanks very much for writing. We know it's tough to believe sometimes just how many Adair Countians have connections to national figures. However, according to Wikipedia, Alvin York lived until 1964. He spent his latter years in Nashville, which even in the 1950's was a pretty easy drive from Sparksville. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alvin_C._York


2013-11-24 06:18:41 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

(Ad) Anderson's Pizzeria: Menu - Posted Nov. 24, 2013

Scroll down for all four pages of Anderson's Pizzeria Menu posted November 24, 2013.

2013-11-24 05:59:46 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Food

Carol Perkins: Have we leaped over Thanksgiving

Carol Perkins calls for an emphasis on Thanksgiving, especially for the being thankful part, for remembering family traditions. One her family stresses is pausing to go around the table and have each person tell one thing they are thankful for. This year, she's thankful for her recliner . . . and the ability to type, but most of all, she says, 'I am thankful for living in a small town where I know almost everyone and almost everyone knows me. The ease of small town living has kept me here all my life,' and that small town would be Edmonton, Metcalfe County, KY.
The next earlier column: Carol Perkins: Hate it when Guy is right . Posted November 17, 2013

By Carol Perkins

Have we leaped over Thanksgiving and moved straight to Christmas? Actually, stores nudged out Halloween very quickly in favor of Christmas. By the time the day arrives, we'll be hanging hearts in our windows and buying candy. What is the rush?


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2013-11-24 04:34:54 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Carol Perkins

Chuck Hinman: IJMA. Leaving the nest... Bob Hinman

Chuck Hinman: Leaving the nest and early days of flying: Bird 1 -- Bob Hinman. Chuck says "As his brother, I know Bob well enough that when he closed his eyes for the last time that he didn't wish he had done things differently."
Next earlier Chuck Hinman column - Our Old Fashioned Thanksgiving

By Chuck Hinman

Leaving the nest and early days of flying: Bird 1 -- Bob Hinman

Every high school senior is asked, "What do you plan to do after you graduate from high school?" That question carries with it the assumption that whatever your answer, your days of living 'in the old nest' are numbered.

As remarkable as my memory is, especially of my teen years, I can not come up with a memory where I gave this subject any thought. Really.


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2013-11-24 04:18:10 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Chuck Hinman - Reminiscences

Commentary/Traffic: No more bodies laid out on Square

Most drivers are courteous, but community should not tolerate dangers posed to pedestrians downtown

By Billy Joe Fudge

Yes, the majority of drivers are courteous. However, the traffic flow onto, around and off the Downtown Square needs to be calmed before someone else is injured or killed. I personally don't want to see anymore bodies laid out on the Square.


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2013-11-24 04:08:29 | Comments | Printable version

Letter: Lack of respect for funeral processions makes her angry

Teresa Milby writes:
It is suppose to be respect, apparently others don't observe this country tradition that we just assume is normal. Makes me mad when people don't show their respect and speed on by. - Teresa Milby
Comments re article 63506 Drivers showing courtesy or lack of it


2013-11-24 03:52:58 | Comments | Printable version

Comment: Decency and respect take precedence over law

Re: Respect for funeral processions

Kenny Absher writes:

I cannot help but feel that common decency and respect take precedence over what the law is. In this day and age of everyone in such a hurry to do nothing, decency and respect have taken a back seat. Remember the only thing you have to do in this life is die, everything else is an extra. - Kenny Absher


2013-11-24 03:48:32 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Letters and Reader Feedback

LWC Women's Basketball suffers 1st loss of season at Rio Grande

Cassidy Martin's Career high 23 not enough as LWC loses 90-83
Next: Lindsey Wilson hosts Indiana University Southeast on Tuesday, November 26, 2013, at 6pmCT in Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY

By Jay R. Nicol

RIO GRANDE, OH - Cassidy Martin's career night not enough as Lindsey Wilson women's basketball suffered their first loss of the season, 90-83 to University of Rio Grande (OH) at The Newt Oliver Arena.


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2013-11-24 03:27:37 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Sports

LWC Women's Swim Team earns 7 national cut times

Team breaks four Lindsey Wilson swim team school records
NEXT: LWC Women's Swimming hosts Cumberlands and Evansville at 6pmCT/7pmET, Friday, December 6, 2013, at Holloway Center Natatorium, 399 Williams Street, Columbia, KY

By Jay R. Nicols

GAINESVILLE, GA - Lindsey Wilson women's swim team earned seven national cut times in six events at the Brenau University Invitational, including five Saturday, November 23, 2013 at Frances Meadows Aquatic Center, as the Blue Raiders now have the most national cuts in program history.


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2013-11-24 03:14:58 | Comments | Printable version

Lindsey Wilson Men's Basketball falls 75-72 to Rio Grande

Defeat was Lindsey Wilson's first loss in 13 meetings with Rio Grande came before crowd of 319
NEXT: Lindsey Wilson vs. Life (GA) Friday, November 29, 2013, at 8pmCT/9pmET at Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY

By Pierce Yarberry

RIO GRANDE, OH - No. 10 Lindsey Wilson men's basketball lost 75-72 to Mid-South Conference opponent Rio Grande (OH) on Saturday, November 23, 2013.


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2013-11-24 03:01:28 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Sports

LWC/Swim Men Earn 14 national cut times at Gainesville

NEXT: Lindsey Wilson men's swimming hosts University of the Cumberlands (KY) and University of Evansville (IN) on Senior Night, Friday, December 6, 2013, at 6pmCT in the Holloway Center Natatorium, 399 Williams Street, Columbia, KY

By Jay R. Nicols

GAINESVILLE, GA - Lindsey Wilson men's swim team earned 14 national cut times during the Brenau University Invitational including 10 during todays two sessions at Frances Meadows Aquatic Center, as the Blue Raiders now have most national cut times in program history,

The Blue Raiders as a team finished in fourth place with 374 points as Limestone (SC) College finished in first place with a score of 827. Savannah College of Art and Design (Ga.) placed second with 751 points while Darton (GA) College took third with a score of 442 points.

Corey Hall earned three national cut times including a "B" cut in the 100 yard butterfly with a fourth place time of 53.33 during the morning session. Hall placed first and earned a national "A" cut in the 200 yard butterfly with a time of 1:56.08.

Ryan Leamy earned a "B" cut in the 200 yard freestyle with a time of 1:48.64, good for eighth place in the race. Leamy secured three national cut times on the weekend including an "A" cut in the 1650 yard freestyle with a time of 17:04.62.

Iker Larzabal placed sixth in the 200 yard freestyle with a national "A" cut time of 1:47.65, one of four events that Larzabal earned a trip to nationals during the invitational. Larzabal also earned a national "A" cut in the 1650 yard freestyle with a time of 17:04.72.

Jonathan Hindman placed seventh in the 200 yard freestyle with a national "A" cut time of 1:48.41. Hindman also earned an "A" cut in the 100 yard breaststroke with a time of 1:00.74. Throughout the weekend, Hindman secured four national "A" cut times including a national "A" cut in the 200 yard breaststroke finishing with a time of 2:09.48.

Luke Royal secured a national "B" cut time in the 50 yard freestyle (22.75) on Friday.

In the 400 yard freestyle relay team A - Larzabal, Leamy, Royal and Hindman - finished fourth with a time of 3:17.50. The 400 freestyle relay team B - Tate, Coe, Durocher and Hall - finished 13th with a team of 3:24.80. Larzabal earned a national "B" cut in the 100 yard freestyle during his leg of the relay with at time of 48.98.

Lindsey Wilson men's swimming hosts University of the Cumberlands (KY) and University of Evansville (IN) on Senior Night, Friday, December 6, 2013, at 6pmCT in the Holloway Center Natatorium, 399 Williams Street, Columbia, KY


2013-11-24 02:34:27 | Comments | Printable version

Tom Chaney: Telling Folks What Not to Read

Of Writers And Their Books: Telling Folks What Not to Read. Tom quotes a county librarian: "If that book is banned today, what book will be banned tomorrow?" This column first appeared 23 November 2008.
The next earlier Tom Chaney column: Of Crickets and Field Mice and Murder Most Foul

By Tom Chaney

Telling Folks What Not to Read

During the late presidential election a question was raised about whether or not the Republican vice-presidential candidate had attempted to ban books in the city library of Wasilla, Alaska, while she was mayor.


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2013-11-24 02:17:17 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Tom Chaney: Of Writers and Their Books

Today, SUNDAY with CM, November 24, 2013

Haiku by Robert Stone for November 24, 2013:
Company comforts.
One less minds being silly
when others are too.
--Robert Stone, Sunday, 24 November 2013.
-1000 haiku countdown to Chambers Stevens' 50th birthday, Day 803, in progress

Great Columns, Stories from Last Few Days
Mostly from Sunday with CM, November 24, 2013 and a few others from the past week. Please note date of posting Search Box for Veterans List
The family search for Veterans has been the most popular feature on ColumbiaMagazine.com since it was started. - CM
There are more than 600 local families represented on our List of Adair County Veterans. You can find them easily.
Just enter your last name in the box, and press enter.
How well do you know Adair County military history? (2013-11-16, 12:48amCT) Many local Historical Marker level Firsts are are found in the Veterans List, including the answer to:

"Who was Adair County's First Paratrooper"
ANSWER: Samuel A. (Sam) Fudge, Army, World War II, "Adair County's first paratrooper"--Adair County News, 10-17-45 From Jennifer Fudge Carter and Brian Fudge. We're still hoping for more on him. We'd like to thank everyone who helps us maintain this list of veterans from Adair County, Kentucky, and we welcome your additions and corrections at webmaster@columbiamagazine.com.



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2013-11-24 02:12:50 | Comments | Printable version | See topic Today

Amy Sandusky cites KRS statute on funeral procession

Amy Sandusky writes:

Kentucky. The law defines a funeral procession as at least two vehicles accompanying the body of a dead person when every vehicle has its headlights lit or displays a pennant. It is not specific as to whether funeral processions may go through a red light, but it grants them right-of-way at intersections if the escort vehicle displays flashing red, yellow, or blue lights, and each vehicle exercises due care. Processions must yield to emergency vehicles, trains, or when directed otherwise by a police officer. Other vehicles cannot drive between, interfere with, or pass the procession unless directed by a police officer (Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. � 189.378). --Amy Sandusky


2013-11-24 02:11:45 | Comments | Printable version


Birthdays and Anniversaries for November 24
Happy Birthday, Ashley McGaha Froedge (1978) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Benjamin Ray Hancock | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Blake Burris Martin (1986) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Krissy Thomas (1991) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Lesa VanArsdale Withers | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Lukas Helm | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Mariah Lynne Melson (2001) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Nicole Bell (1979) | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Presley Gaskin | (Updates/Corrections)
Happy Birthday, Ronnie Grant | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday Zelmer Crawhorn (November 24, 1916 - August 4, 2009) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mr. Henry Wood Bagby, 85, Green Co., KY native (1924) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Rachel Smith, Bridgeview, IL (1934-2011) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, William (Bill) England, Metcalfe County native (1936) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Gleason Finn, Adair Co., KY (1930) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mrs. Rosetta Allene Vaughn, Cumberland Co., KY (1956) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Patrick Ryan Pruitt, Burkesville, KY (1982 | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Donald Stotts, Adair County, KY (1949) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Rollan Cannon, Casey Co., KY (1935-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Nina Norris, Adair County, KY (1928-2013) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Brandy Roberts Coffey, Russell Springs, KY (1977-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)
In Memory Birthday, Mrs. Margie Mae Henderson Caven, Green Co., KY (1927-2014) | (Updates/Corrections)

Events scheduled for Sunday, November 24, 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:25169, Comment)
9:45amCTHeather & Beth Vanarsdale, Driven, Potluck at Picketts Chapel Thanksgiving program | (ID:25364, Comment)
10:30amCT Blakey Quartet at Harrods Fork, 169 Harrods Fork Loop, Columbia, KY | (ID:25357, Comment)
Trinity United Methodist Church Homecoming with homecoming meal following | (ID:25411, Comment)
11:00amCTBarnetts Creek UMC invites all to Thanksgiving service, meal to follow | (ID:25386, Comment)
NoonCTChimes at Noon. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:25124, Comment)
Services, Liberty, KY, for Ras G. Compton, Casey County, KY (1929-2013) | (ID:25432, Comment)
1:00pmCTServices, 910 Full Gospel Church, for Fayrene Roy, Casey County, KY (1948-2013) | (ID:25415, Comment)
Services, Summer Shade, KY, for Geary Shelton Wood, Glasgow, KY (d. Nov. 21, 2013) | (ID:25422, Comment)
2:00pmCTOperation Christmas Child Relay Station Open 2pm-4pmCT - SCHEDULE
at Columbia Nazarene's Wheat Hall, 1200 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY
| (ID:25313, Comment)
Services, Liberty, KY, for Cloma Faye Murphy, Casey County, KY (1921-2013) | (ID:25421, Comment)
Pippin at V.P. Henry Auditorium, 210 Lindsey Wilson ST, Columbia, KY | (ID:25405, Comment)
5:00pmCTChimes for the evening. Downtown Columbia, KY. Two Selections. | (ID:25093, Comment)
6:30pmCTHanging of the Greens at Egypt Christian Church | (ID:25378, Comment)
The Stilts family in concert at Millerfield Brethren in Christ | (ID:25418, Comment)
Sharon Payne & Karen Pescosolido sing at Cane Valley Christian (MAP) | (ID:25431, Comment)

 






















 
 
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