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2018 Edmonton Christmas Parade: Achilles, Bill, & Miss KY


2017-12-10 - Edmonton, KY - Photo by Chris Lagermann.
Above Bill Lagermann, Miss Kentucky Molly Matney and Achilles. The theme of this year's parade was "Dreams Do Come True" and Miss Kentucky, Edmonton native Molly Matney was the Grand Marshall. Our Great Pyrenees, Achilles rode in the parade for the first time and his dream was to meet Molly. His dream came true! - CHRIS LAGERMANN. Paired Photo

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2018 Edmonton Christmas Parade: Achilles' dream came true


2017-12-10 - Edmonton, KY - Photo by Chris Lagermann.
The theme of this year's parade was "Dreams Do Come True" and Miss Kentucky, Edmonton native Molly Matney was the Grand Marshall. Our Great Pyrenees, Achilles rode in the parade for the first time and his dream was to meet Molly. His dream came true! (The sign on the Mule says "My dream is to meet Miss Kentucky. Hope my dream comes true!" Our Mule came in Second in its division. Achilles was a huge hit with the kids. My favorite comment from the kids at the parade was "Look, its a polar bear!" - CHRIS LAGERMANN. Paired Photo

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JIM - Christmas Wish List, 10 Dec 1941


2017-12-10 - Columbia, KY - Photo from the collection of JIM.
Last chance for Christmas goodies, 1941 - The second week of December 1941 found the United States still reeling from the attack on Pearl Harbor and our next-day declaration of war against Japan. Almost immediately, plans were being made for rationing, but the Christmas merchandise Columbia merchants already had on hand wasn't affected. Still, that would be the last time until 1946 many gift items would be readily available to put under trees and to fill stockings. This ad for Royse Variety appeared in the December 10, 1941 Adair County News.

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Robert Ellis: Scary woods along Caney Fork Creek


2017-12-09 - Along Caney Fork Creek, Coburg area - Photo by Robert Ellis, Robert Ellis Woodworking.com.
Ventured out into the cold Saturday and traveled along the Caney Fork Creek hoping to find some color left over from Fall. This particular scene caught my attention and I jokingly sent the image to a friend and called it my "Scary Woods photo" mostly due to the enchanted feel the photo lends. - ROBERT ELLIS. Photo Robert Ellis (c), taken Saturday, December 9, 2017.

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2017 Christmas Card Village: Sheriff Harrison Moss


2017-12-09 - Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The most recent Christmas Card on the Square is by Sheriff Harrison Moss, located on the Burkesville Street side of the historic Adair County Courthouse.

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