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Jaycees members welcoming guests to Turner Hall are, left to right, first row, Bridget Frierdich, Kelly Adams and Sue Wamser Wilson; and second row, President James Zahn, Chad Sweazea, Ralph Rahn, Chris Curtis, Gabby Cross and Greg Lehr. 				 									   	                - photos by Gage Wienhoff
Jaycees members welcoming guests to Turner Hall are, left to right, first row, Bridget Frierdich, Kelly Adams and Sue Wamser Wilson; and second row, President James Zahn, Chad Sweazea, Ralph Rahn, Chris Curtis, Gabby Cross and Greg Lehr. - photos by Gage Wienhoff

The Columbia Jaycees continue to be a fun organization and being part of that is always looking to give back to the community. The group held a golden oldies dance at Turner Hall. Butch Wax and the Hollywoods played to a full house. Proceeds from the 50/50 drawing has already been gifted to a local …

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