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ACHS Marching Band advances in Eagle Classic

Jo Ann Curry wrote that she received word from the her sister that the Adair County High School Marching Band advanced to the final eight bands after the preliminaries in the Eastern High School Eagle Classic now progress in Louisville KY. Thirteen bands were scheduled to compete in the Eagle Classic. Besides Adair County, the other bands are Williamstown, Henry County, Powell county, Fleming County, South Oldham, Bullitt East, Mercer County, Bryan Station, Shelby County, Henry Clay, John Hardin, and Seneca. Final awards are scheduled for 9:30ET/8:30CT.

This story was posted on 2009-09-19 19:26:18
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