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Thanks for Adair Countians support at Greensburg, KY events

Adair County exhibitors will be at Art in the Alley, May 21, 2011

Diane Hall writes:
I want to thank you all at for allowing the Arts Council in Greensburg to announce upcoming events on your website. We had a Historic Home Tour on Saturday and some folks from Columbia attended! At our Art in the Alley event (coming up on May 21) we have people from Adair County who have booths showing their particular art to visitors from here and from the surrounding counties. We are non profit and any money we make we try to use to promote the Arts for children and adults alike. Thanks again for your support! -Diane Hall, Secretary, Greensburg Arts Council
We're only too happy to do our part. Everyone we talk to in Columbia is so proud of having such as delightful community so nearby to visit. We hear from some here who say they like Greensburg better than Colonial Williamsburg. With gas prices so high, it's wonderful to have a holiday just 17 miles away. -EW

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