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Adair, Russell and Boyle County make it to State band finals

With Shamarie Claiborne update from on the road

Jo Ann Curry has just written at 3:21pmCT, that Adair County, Russell County, and Boyle County have all made it to the State Finals of the KMEA Kentucky State Marching Band Championships in Louisvllle. The finals will be in the University of Louisville Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, located 2800 South Floyd in Louisville, KY.

Shamarie Claiborne called from on the road from Brandenburg to Papa John's to add Bourbon County (Directed by Adair County Alumnus Eric Hale, Ron Hale's son), to the list of finalist bands.

The competition starts at 6pmET/5pmCT. Class AAA competition starts at 8pmET/7pmCT.

Adair County will play in the last slot in the Class AAA competition, at 8:45pmET/7:45pmCT.

The band will be staying overnight in Louisville, after the competition. They leave Louisville Sunday morning at 10:15 Columbia time.



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The Best Band in the Land: KMEA 2009 Regional Competition



2009-11-01 - Bowling Green High School, Bowling Green, KY . Members of the Adair County Marching Band pose for a group picture at the KMEA AAA Regional competition in Bowling Green, Saturday, October 31, 2009. Members of the ACHS Band include, not in order: Field Commander Anna Powell, Ryan Bloyd, Heather Jasper, Cheyayne Coffey, Elisabeth Smtih, Laura Feese, Kate Durham, Leslie Cowan, Kylie Rayburn Paige Waddle, Ashley Jeffries, Kaitlynn Crawhorn, Kelsey Castaneda, Payton Barnes, Mary Susan Coomer, Brandi Moore, Emily Redmon, Lynnsey Rodgers, Charlotte Murrell, Julie Wilson, Mary Kate White, Sara Davis, Brittany Martinez, Becca Redmon, Tanner Caldwell, Alison Feese, Hayley Knifley, Shelby Maggard, Cole Beard, Shelby Robertson, Chris Lloyd, Baylee Johnson, Jamika Payne, Sarah Ferguson, Autumn Estes, Elizabeth Melton, Anna Harris, Breanna Hagy, Heather Vanarsdale, Rachel Hancock, Aaron Bradshaw, Hunter Rich, Paige Coomer, Sydney Bright, Will Rich, Jack Hobbs, Tyler Giles, Dylan Claiborne, Cody Herbst, Thomas Murrell, Logan Barnes, Steven Chafin, Dainiel Lawless, Elton Cheng, Jake Liebeck, Ariel Harris, Noah Richards, Chloe Cheng, Chance Scholl, Johnny Keith, Eli Coomer, Nick Tupman, Levi Ramage, Zach Mann, Kyle Castaneda, Jared Giles, Tyler Bolin, Luke Maupin, Josh Epperson, Meredith Murrell, Riley Loy, Sarah Howard, Brittany Roe Scott, Heather Powell, Brooke Flatt, Corinna Hughes, Erin Burris, Haylee Harmon, Cassie Rogers, Jessica Hadley, Megan Cowan, Presley Gaskins, Sarah Terry, Emily Ellis, and Krissy Thomas. Photo and caption by Doyle Lloyd, President, Adair County Band Boosters, Adairband.com Flickr
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