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Saturday, April 15, 2006: Fifth Annual Jaycees Easter Egg Hunt

2006-04-15 - Adair County Fairgrounds, Columbia, KY - Photo Staff. Jaycee Greg Thomas, in the lime t-shirt, holding mike, gives instructions to several hundred anxious kids and parents waiting to cross the track to get to the egg hunt on the infield. Each child was to get five eggs to be turned in for five prizes of his or her choice. Saturday, April 15, 2006, was the fifth time the Jaycees have held the event. No story. Clicking Read More accesses announcement of this event and a photo from last year.

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