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Labadie, MO 63055

A great adventure in three days of camp. Splash in the pool, paddle in the lake, make new friends, and much more at Camp Fiddlecreek.

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Adair County Statistics

Adair County is part of the Pennyroyal Plateau region of Kentucky and is part of western Appalachia . According to the 2.

About Adair County, KY

Adair County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky . As of 2010, the population is 18,656. Its county seat is Columbia, Kentucky . The county is named for John Adair , then Speaker of the House in Kentucky and later Governor of Kentucky . Adair County also has one of the few remaining American Chestnut trees in America. Adair County is a prohibition or completely dry county . It is represented in District 51 in the Kentucky House of Representatives by the Republican , John "Bam" Carney of Campbellsville , the seat of Taylor County . Its previous representatives, all Republicans, included were Russ Mobley , Ricky Lee Cox , Ray H. Altman , and Herman Rattliff . The state senator from District 16 is David L. Williams of Burkesville , the President of the Kentucky Senate . Williams's predecessor, Doug Moseley , who served from 1974–1987, formerly resided in Adair County.

Adair County was formed on December 11, 1801 from sections of Green County . Columbia was chosen as the county seat the following year. It was named in honor of John Adair , later commander of Kentucky troops in the Battle of New Orleans and the eighth Governor of Kentucky . It was the 44th of Kentucky's 120 counties to be formed. A gang of five men, believed to include Frank and Jesse James , robbed the Bank of Columbia of $600 on April 29, 1872, and killed the cashier, R.A.C. Martin.

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