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Adair Co. Knife Club gives $500 to Kosair

Harrison Moss makes presentation to Kosair's Dave Juergens and Eric Churchill
By Christine Henderson

The Adair County Knife Club made a donation of $500.00 to Kosair Charities.

Harrison Moss, President of the Adair County Knife Club presented the check to Kosair Charities Representatives Dave Juergens and Eric Churchill along with Joe Flowers.


Members of the Adair County Knife Club at the presentation were Austin Banks, Andrew Henderson, Allen Day, Geneva Day, Faye Coomer, Dalton Coomer, Albert Kerns, Willard Bryant, Richard Chelf, Shirley Chelf, Terry Thompson, Matthew Moss, Harrison Moss, Phillip Cox, Donald Thomerson, Bill Aaron, Charles Darnell, Andy Richardson, and Jimmie Bennett.

We want to thank everyone who came out to buy knives, donate and support the Kosair Charities.


This story was posted on 2010-09-15 22:09:27
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Adair Knife Club presents $500 to Kosair Charities



2010-09-15 - Photo by Christine Henderson. 501 Burkesville ST, Columbia, KY
Harrison Moss, President of the Adair County Knife Club, presented a check for $500 to Kosair Charities Representatives Dave Juergens and Eric Churchill along with Joe Flowers. Members of the Adair County Knife Club at the presentation were Austin Banks, Andrew Henderson, Allen Day, Geneva Day, Faye Coomer, Dalton Coomer, Albert Kerns, Willard Bryant, Richard Chelf, Shirley Chelf, Terry Thompson, Matthew Moss, Harrison Moss, Phillip Cox, Donald Thomerson, Bill Aaron, Charles Darnell, Andy Richardson, and Jimmie Bennett.

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