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Hutchins Bridge Party

In the spring of 1900, Paul Jeffers and T.B. Long were hired to take a herd of about 600 cows to summer range above Hutchins. Unfortunately the wooden bridge over the Madison collapsed with the weight of the cows and they spilled into the river. The “new” bridge was built by Madison County in 1902.

Come One! Come All!

On Monday, July 8th, 2002
From 6 p.m. til ?
We will celebrate the 100th anniversary of
at The Old Kirby Place near West Fork

• See the old bridge lighted up with its “birthday candles” • Have your photo taken in a vintage auto on the bridge, complete with duster, scarf and cap

• Listen the Blue Grass Band THE OPEN ROAD and sing along with the music of the early 19th century

• Enjoy game stew, salad, bread and beverages

Hutchins Bridge Photo Gallery
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