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Stuff the Bus: Indians helping Cardinals

Adair County Schools will be accepting donations to "Stuff the Bus" to help out families from Taylor County Schools on Monday, December 13, 2021, and Tuesday, December 14, 2021. You can drop off donations at your child's school.

Click headline for a list of the ages/sizes of clothing that would be most helpful.


Donations Needed
  • GRADE - AGE
  • Preschool - female
  • Kindergarten - male
  • Kindergarten - male
  • 2nd grade - male
  • 3rd grade - female
  • 4th grade - female
  • 6th grade - male
  • 6th grade - male
  • 7th grade - female
  • 7th grade - female
  • 9th grade - male
  • 9th grade - female
  • 10 year old - female
  • 11 year old - female

Sizes Needed
  • Underwear/Socks: Size 14/16 (female)
  • Women's Shirt: Small, Medium, Large
  • Women's Pants: Size 4, Size 5, Small, Size 10
  • Toddler/ Child Sizes: 4T/ST (female), Small (female), Size 10/12 (female), Youth Extra Large (female)
  • Men's Pants: 40/30
  • Men's Shirt: Medium, Large, 3XL
  • Shoes: Size 8 (female), Size 4 (child)


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Stuff the Bus delivered



2021-12-15 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Steve Burton, Transportaion/Maintenance Director.
Adair County Schools "stuffed the bus" with donations to help out Taylor County families affected by Friday's tornadoes. Transportaion/Maintenance Director Steve Burton, says "The Adair County Indian Tribe wants to thank everyone including our community involved helping the families and individuals."

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Delivering the donations



2021-12-15 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Steve Burton, Transportaion/Maintenance Director.
Adair County Schools "stuffed the bus" with donations to help out Taylor County families affected by Friday's tornadoes. Transportaion/Maintenance Director Steve Burton, says "The Adair County Indian Tribe wants to thank everyone including our community involved helping the families and individuals."

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