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Beta, Student Council Assembly for Blane big success

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The Adair County High School Beta Club and Student Council raised a total of $1,421.21 in a head-shaving competion plus a Pennies for Patients drive, which they called, "Assembly for Blane."

The two fundraisers were to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and to benefit the Blane Bardin family.



Of the total, $681.13 is directed to the L&L Society. The Blane Bardin family will receive $740.08, which was collected during the assembly today.

The success of the event is credited the following:
  • Keri Willis and James Bryant, sponsors of the Beta Club, and Chad Parnell and Phyllis Bell, Student Council sponsors
  • Peggy Lawson and Amanda Hatcher, who volunteered their time to cut hair for a great cause
  • Volunteers for head-shaving and "Locks for Love": Todd Smith, Ethan Pelly, Brent Campbell, Jordan Burton, Craig Clark, Todd Smith, Judy Reliford, Chris Persinger, Matt Poff, Corey Wood, Justin Bledsoe, and Jeremy Feese.
  • The main Beta members who helped with the event were the officers: Lydia Tiller, Alesha Compton, Kaitie Luckey, and Hannah Peck. Todd Smith, a Beta member, also helped.
The event took place today, Friday, April 4, 2008, at noon in the gym at Adair County High School.



This story was posted on 2008-04-04 18:41:01
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Assembly for Blane



2008-04-04 - Adair County High School Gymn - Photo By ACHS Yearbook Staff.
JUDY RELIFORD donated hair to "Locks for Love," at the Assembly for Blane.

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Getting head shaved at Assembly for Blane



2008-04-04 - Adair County High School, Columbia, KY - Photo By Adair County High School Yearbook staff.
Todd Smith gets head shaved at Assembly for Blane, today, Friday, April 4, 2008, at ACHS/

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Assembly for Blane: James Bryant gets head shave



2008-04-04 - Adair County High School Gymn - Photo By ACHS Yearbook Staff.
James Bryant gets head shave by Peggy Lawson at the Assembly for Blane.

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Corey Wood gets headshave at Assembly for Blane



2008-04-04 - Adair County High School gym - Photo By ACHS Yearbook Staff.
Corey Wood gets headshave by House of Styles' Amanda Hatcher.

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Assembly for Blane: Brent Campbell



2008-04-04 - Adair County High School gym - Photo By ACHS Yearbook Staff.
Brent Campbell after headshaving by House of Styles' stylist Peggy Lawson.

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Assembly for Blane: Group photo



2008-04-04 - Adair County High School gym - Photo By ACHS Yearbook Staff.
Front row, from left Keri Willis, Beta sponsor; Chad Parnell, Student Council sponsor; Back, Ethan Pelly, Jordan Burton, Craig Clark, Todd Smith, Judy Reliford, Chris Persinger, Matt Poff, Brent Campbell, Corey Wood. Not pictured: Justin Bledsoe and Jeremy Feese, volunteers for head-shaving event; and Phyllis Bell, Student Council sponsor: James Bryant, Beta sponsor.

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