Homecoming services at Bearwallow United Methodist Church will be held on Sunday, August 7, 2016 starting at 9:30 a.m. Special singing will be provided by the Misty Valley Bluegrass Gospel Group and the special guest speaker will be Mrs. Carol Weddle. There will also be a meal following the service. For more information call Sharon Irvin at 270-384-2949.
Kentucky ABC will be advertising their legal notice for Quota Retail Package License in the July 28th edition of the Adair Progress. Those intending to apply for a Quota Retail Package License are required to advertise their intent as well, however they may not advertise prior to the state advertisement or in the same edition as the state advertisement. Those wishing to apply for one of the 8 Quota Retail Package License available in Adair Co. should begin gathering the required documents and filling out the application packet which must be approved by Adair Co. ABC or City of Columbia ABC prior to being submitted to Kentucky ABC. Applications will be accepted by the state (with prior local approval) 30 days after the July 28th advertisement (August 26th). Kentucky ABC will decide who receives a package license based on impact studies and a variety of other factors.
If you should have any questions - please contact Adair Co. ABC or the City of Columbia ABC.
Adair Co. ABC Deputy Administrator
The Good Shepherd Quartet will be singing at Stoney Point Baptist Church on Hwy. 90 in Albany, Ky. on Sunday, July 31, 2016 at 2:00 p.m.CT.
The next Carrying Concealed Deadly Weapons (CCDW) class will be on Saturday, July 30, 2016 at the Adair County Sportsman's Club beginning at 8 am CT. Cost will be $55 per person or take advantage of the bring-a-buddy deal for only $45 per person. Payment can be made in the form of Cash, check, money order, or debit/credit card the day of the class. Registration is required. Visit ccdw.eventbrite.com for complete details.
This year's edition of the Bull Run Charity MusicFest is set for Saturday, July 30th, at 4:30pmCT at 1601 Bull Run Road in Columbia. Admission is free and donations are encouraged.
This is the 7th year for the event, which has raised over $55,000 for various charities and individuals. 100% of the proceeds stay local (as opposed to giving some funds to national charities).
Music will be performed by various artists from across Kentucky. Food for purchase will be available and vendors will be present. There will be an auction around 8:00 p.m.CT. Aside from monetary donations, themed gift baskets for auction are gladly accepted.