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Columbian sign lights up at outdoor caroling event
It was a warm 62-degrees on the Public Square in Columbia Friday, December 3, 2021 and a crowd was gathering to hear the Adair County High School Ladies Ensemble sing carols of the season under the Columbian Theater sign on the North Walk off the Square.
This was the inaugural event related to the renovation of the historic Columbian Theater beginning in 2022.
The Adair County School District and owner Dr. Ben Arnold signed a three-year lease-ownership agreement for $1 and the schools will begin raising grant monies and preparing the building for events such as this in the New Year.
The classic "Columbian" sign was turned on to cheers after a countdown by the crowd led by Superintendent Pam Stephens.
If you missed the singers tonight, their Winter Concert is scheduled at the Columbia United Methodist Church, Friday evening, December 10, 2021 at 6:30pmCT.
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