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ACHS Mini Class Reunion in Crawsfordsville, IN

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On Tuesday, May 17, 2011 four old high school buddies got together for some food and fun at the Quality Inn in Crawsfordville, IN. Rodney Thompson and Dokie Parson had not seen Armond Conner in probably 40 years. Mike Cooley had met Armond in Crawsfordville last year and the two of them planned Tuesday's get together.

These four were inseparable in high school and had longed to get the group together. Thanks to Mike Cooley and Armond Conner, they finally made it happen. Everyone is already working to make this event an annual affair. - June Parson

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ACHS Mini-Class in Crawfordsville, IN

2011-05-20 - 2500 North Lafayette ST, Crawfordsville, IN - Photo by June Parson.
Standing from the left: Rodney Thompson, Armond Conner, Mike CooleySeated is Bill (Dokie) Parson. The four inseparable buddies when they were together at Adair County High School after several decades at a mini-reunion in Crawfordsville, IN on Tuesday, May 17, 2011.

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