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Squarecrows have given us lasting memories: Pumpkin Butt

2018-09-12 - Historic Adair County Courthouse, 500 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo from HOSA, Adair County High School.
This encore photo generated more laughter than anything in recent memory. The award-winning Squarecrow referred to as 'Pumpkin-Butt' put smiles on the faces of hundreds of visitors of all ages to the historic Adair County Public Square in October 2015. Pumpkin-Butt was aimed, strategically - innocently or by design - into the faces of oncoming traffic -- and it got howls of laughter. The creative group entering this nurse/patient pumpkin duo was HOSA Future Health Professionals at Adair County High School. It's Squarecrow time again. Coveted "Squarespots," like this one, are now being reserved for the 2018 exhibit. For more information, stop by the Chamber of Commerce office, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY. Click here to revisit all the 2015 Squarecrows

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