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Letter: Lights on the Farm recommended

David Pyles writes:
In past years I've gone to Christmas plays, Journey to Bethlehem and Christmas in Columbia parades.

This year with the pandemic none of this is possible. Last night I went to Lights on the Farm with a friend. It was beautiful.

If you have not gone, it is well worth the trip up (on the corner of R. Holmes Road and Hwy 206, about ten miles north of Columbia).

Please leave a donation because the electric bill must be costly. Show your appreciation to the family that takes their time and money to give back to the community.

This story was posted on 2020-12-06 20:38:14
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Thousands visit Lights on the Farm

2020-12-07 - Adair County, KY - Photo from family collection.
Lights on the Farm, an Adair County traditional holiday drive, on the corner of R. Holmes Road and Hwy 206, about ten miles north of Columbia, is lighting up the Christmas season for many this year. Thousands of cars will visit through the end of the year.

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