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Egypt Christian Church Angel Tree Donation, 2 of 2


2021-12-08 - Adair Co., KY - Photo by Joel Patton.
Three members of the CREW, the Men's Ministry Team at Egypt Christian Church, delivering gifts to the Angel Tree donation center. (L-R) Greg Barden, Dick Scholl and Earl Hartman.

Paired photo: Egypt Christian Church Angel Tree Donation, 1 of 2


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Egypt Christian Church Angel Tree Donation, 1 of 2


2021-12-08 - Adair Co., KY - Photo by Joel Patton.
A trailer load of over 300 Christmas gifts delivered to the Angel Tree donation center recently by members of the Egypt Christian Church Men's Ministry Team.

Paired photo: Egypt Christian Church Angel Tree Donation, 2 of 2


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A new beginning for the historic Columbian


2021-12-08 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
When the classic Columbian Theater sign came back to life last Friday, owner Dr. Ben Arnold became the recipient of dozens of hugs from the crowd and many messages of gratitude. So many people share a love for the place and are deeply moved by his decision to work with the public schools to give it a new and meaningful future.


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Columbian sign brings smiles to all ages


2021-12-08 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
"Look! Look! Red, yellow, green, blue!" That was the chant from young Harbor and Pax Fowler as they gazed up and pointed at the classic "Columbian" sign on the theater by the fountain on the Public Square. They were with family from Campbellsville at the musical event kicking off the lease purchase agreement between the Adair County school system and owner Dr. Ben Arnold for restoration and reopening of the theater.


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JOY Ministries 2021 campaign kicks off


2021-12-08 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Watch the progress on the Courthouse lawn sign as the J.O.Y Ministries Annual Christmas Campaign grows throughout the month of December. JOY works to serve those in the community who are impacted by poverty, single parenthood, homelessness and addiction. All monies raised during this campaign directly support this ministry. This years goal is the largest to date in its ten year history because peoples needs are proving to be much greater.


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Scenic Adair County: sunset over High Street


2021-12-08 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Looking at the sunset over High Street in Columbia Tuesday, December 7, 2021 - National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day.


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ACMS Sources of Strength Leaders 2021


2021-12-08 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Jason Mardis.
Joanna Williams, School Counselor Adair County Middle School sends this photograph, taken at Adair County Middle School on Friday, December 3, 2021, of the Sources of Strength Leaders for Adair County Middle School.

Pictured are: Keylin Bergin, Smyrna Caceras-Aleman, Lucciano Camuca, Bailey Gabehart, Braxton Irvin, Ashley Loy, Addie Baker, Rylee Bennett, Ella Burkhead, Callie Compton, Zain Cross, Sam Feese, Summer Graziano, Max Hadley, Brody Karnes, Lane Kelsey, Jasper Kemp, Kolt King, Hannah Kotter, Alex Martin, Chloe Maynard, Callie Spoon, Sophie Terry, Peyton Wiles, Virginia Willis, Olivia Mantooth, Arlis Price, Anekah Albrektson, Natalie Bardin, Kelsey Breeding, Jay Burton, Victoria Caceras-Aleman, Bailey Coffey, Myla Curry, Drezden Espinoza, Dawson Gilbert, Jamison Hatfield, Remington Huckaby, Kara Jeffries, Abigail Kemp, Gabby Kemp, Cady Kimbler, JT Loy, Hagan McQueary, Lucas Melton, Fernando Sanchez-Garcia, Sammy-Jo Sandusky, Tristen Stotts, Ariana Vance, Kiley Parker, Chloe Vance, Chandlee Stapleton, and Brayden Fitzgerald.


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