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CACVFD raise over $46K for Crusade for Children in 2021

By Donald Hare

The Columbia-Adair County Volunteer Fire Departments ended the 68th Annual WHAS Crusade for Children Telethon Roadblock with $46,500. This is a $9,653.49 increase over our 2020 total.

This brings our total to $1,267,370.88 collected and brought back to Adair County since 1954. Thanks to everyone that donated. We will see you again next year.

We are dedicating this year's Crusade In Memory of Mr. Bobby Caldwell our last founding member of the Columbia-Adair County Fire Department, who passed away this year.

Breeding Fire Department raised: $2,012.19
Knifley Fire Department raised: $694.22.


Adair County Crusade for Children 2021 Church donations
  • Melson Ridge United BC, $500.00
  • Columbia Christian Church, $3,431.00
  • Freedom Sunday School, IMO Kody Pelly, $300.00
  • Trinity United Methodist Church, $1,000.00
  • Concord Methodist Church, $500.00
  • Egypt Christian Church, $1,526.00
  • My Father's House, $150.00
  • Russell Heights Baptist Church, $500.00
  • Bear Wallow United Methodist Church, $100.00
  • Bloomington Chapel Church, $200.00
  • Picketts Chapel Church, $500.00
  • Columbia Seventh Day Adventist Church, $100.00
  • New Zion Baptist Church, $100.00
  • Columbia Christian Church Sunday School, IMO Kody Pelly, $50.00
  • Cane Valley Christian Church, $500.00
  • Kelleyville Community Church, $500.00
  • Knifley Christian Church, $50.00
  • Hutchison Community Church, $100.00


This story was posted on 2021-06-08 07:34:14
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Announcing the Crusade totals



2021-06-08 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Donald Hare.
The Columbia-Adair County Volunteer Fire Departments ended the 68th Annual WHAS Crusade for Children Telethon Roadblock with $46,500. This is a $9,653.49 increase over our 2020 total.

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