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Letter: ACHS Class of 1977 starts year early on 30-year reunion

Two nights of events. Link to special site established as Reunion Central

Dear Editor,

On behalf of the Adair County High School Class of 1977, we would like to announce our upcoming 30-Year Reunion, which will be held on Saturday, September 1, 2007, at 7 p.m, at the old Adair County High School (now Adair County Middle School). The theme for the Reunion is "Where We Are Today." The evenings activities will begin with a catered meal. The program will include a slide-show presentation of high-school memories and recognition of classmates who have served in the armed forces.

There will be an informal get-together for classmates and friends on Friday, August 31, 2007, at Edgewoods, located on Hwy. 55 behind Allen Moore & Son Electrical Contractors, from 7-10 p.m. Bernie Bricker will provide entertainment, singing popular country songs and requests.

A blog has been designed to promote the 30-Year Reunion and facilitate correspondence among classmates. To access the blog, Click Here.For further reunion information, contact Debbie (Moore) Burris at 270-384-5766 or David Royse at 865-671-8987, or email:


Debbie Burris and
David M. RoyseReunion Co-Chairs
To be reminded of this and other important events, Click Here

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