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ACES students raise nearly $1,000 in Hoops for Hearts Drive

Exemplifying the Adair County Way
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Special CM Story from Angelia Smith

Dale Kammerer, Bryan Hanson, Jayden Gowen, MaKayla Smith, Kelsey Redford, Matthew Irvin, Christopher Franklin, Dylan Webb, Conway Loy, and Michael Mackenzie were the 10 students who collected the most donations while participating in Hoops for Heart this February at Adair County Elementary School (ACES).


MaKayla Smith raised the most, $233.00, collecting in honor of her grandfather, Raydean Smith.

In all, these outstanding students raised nearly $1,000 for the American Heart Association. -Angelia Smith


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ACES students raise nearly $1,000 in Hoops for Hearts drive



2011-02-23 - 870 Indian DR, Columbia, KY - Photo By Terri Hatcher.
These 10 outstanding ACES students raised nearly $1,000 in the Hoops for Hearts Drive at Adair County Elementary School, 870 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY. They are, front row, from left Dale Kammerer, Bryan Hanson, Jayden Gowen, MaKayla Smith, Kelsey Redford, and Matthew Irvin, back row, Christopher Franklin, Dylan Webb, Conway Loy, Michael Mackenzie, and Coach Ryan McQueary, the group's faculty advisor. The photo was taken at ACES on February 18, 2011. -Angelia Smith

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MaKayla Smith rasies $233 in Hoops for Hearts



2011-02-23 - ACES, 870 Indian DR, Columbia, KY - Photo by Terri Hatcher.
MaKayla Smith was the top fund raiser in the Adair County Elementary School's Hoops for Hearts fund drive. She raised $233 in honor of her grandfather, Raydean Smith. With her is Coach Ryan McQueary, the faculty advisor for the project. -Angelia Smith

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