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2011 Adair Co. Spring Pride Cleanup was success.

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Adair Co. PRIDE Spring Clean-up Story with Lists of Volunteer Groups, Roads Assigned

The 2011 Adair Co. Spring PRIDE Cleanup, despite having to be postponed, and then facing heavy competition from other May 7, 2011 events including the Kentucky Derby, proved to be a resounding success, anyway.

Judge Ann Melton thought that the 428 volunteers presigned this year might been a record.

The event was marred, somewhat, by the high number of meth lab generators discovered. By 9:20amCT, three had already been located: On Bull Run RD, on Greenhills RD, and on Pelham Branch RD.



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2011 Adair Pride Spring Cleanup: Bloomington Chapel



2011-05-09 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Bloomington Chapel ChurchOne of the larger groups of volunteers for the 2011 Adair Pride Spring Cleanup was this church group led by Harold Burton. Judge Ann Melton, far left, posed with the group, which includes (not all necessarily in order or listed) Laura Willis, Danielle Foster, Katelyn Moore, Sarah Bault, Donnie Curry, Tiras Mitchell, Kaleb Willis, Daryl Kemp, Connie Kemp, Brooklyn Burton, (Harold Burton), Haley Curry, and Lyle Cooney. The group worked on Half Acre RD, Bloomington Church RD, Terry Farris, L. Hancock RD, and Sulpher Creek RD out from KY 206.

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2011 Adair Spring Cleanup: Jan Falconberry of PRIDE here



2011-05-09 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Jan Falconberry from the Somerset PRIDE office, with A.L. Sinclair, Adair County PRIDE co-ordinator and Adair Solid Waste Coordinator at the Saturday, May 7, 2011, Adair Co. Spring PRIDE clean up kickoff. Jan Falconberry is the Grants Manager of the PRIDE effort.

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2011 Adair Spring Cleanup: Adair Middle School baseball teams



2011-05-09 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
The Adair County Middle School Baseball Teams with Coaches Chad Myers and Josh Myers standing in the background, made the cleanup a major effort. The 7th Grade Team took on C. Long, C Long LN, Wesley RD, Marion Smith RD, Development DR (Green River Commerce Park), Keltner RD, and Leslie Keltner RD; the 8th Grade Team cleaned Beechtop RD, Beechtop LN, bault RD, Doug White RD, page RD, and Vanhoy LN. Above, front, from leftback row Dustin Todd, Jacob Pooler, Josh Hardin, Dillon wilkerson, Will Myers, Colby Cowan, Daniel Franklin, Mason Pyles, and Michael Ratliff.

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2011 Adair Co. Pride Spring Cleanup: Friends of Green River



2011-05-09 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Members of the Royse Family, from left Katie, Abby, and their mother Jan made up half the expected 6 member team of volunteers from the Friends of Green River Lake who were preparing to clean Holmes Bend RD on Saturday.

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2011 Adair Spring Pride Cleanup: The Paynes



2011-05-09 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Twenty percent of the headcount but furnishing most of the elan for the Eunice Church of God's 10 person team, signed up to clean KY 206/Liberty Road were Sheila Payne, left and Sharon Payne.

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