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Sources of Strength at Adair County High School

By Brody Blair

Sources of Strength is a peer leadership group created to provide a network of kindness, suicide prevention and support throughout middle and high schools in the United States. ACHS Sources of Strength provides many activities and events to boost student morale and better the environment of the school. Some events so far include pumpkin painting contests, SOS student training, and a WHAS 11 News interview.

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Sources of Strength at Adair County High School

2021-11-10 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Brody Blair.
From left bottom: Lilly Glass, Halle Burton, Brody Blair, Luke Rich, and Amber Loy.
2nd Row, from Left: Maison Karnes, Kaydence Karnes, Jack Fishback, Madeline Hardwick, and Abby Claywell.
3rd Row, from Left: Ben Kingrey, Kaylee Butler, Allie Reynolds, and Hope Wall.
4th Row, from left; standing : Mayatu Brown, Sierra DeMers, Seth Murphy, and Caden Willis
5th Row, form left; standing: Emma Brown, Jazzy Kemp, Kennedy Ray, Krysta Jones, and Mia Schneider
Last Row, from left; standing: Mckenzie Parnell, Millie Brown, and Jade Waggener
Many others not pictured

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