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Adair Band in 1st Competition of Season September 17, 2011

By Shamarie Claiborne

The Adair County Band will be performing in their first competition of the season on September 17, 2011 in the Eagle Classic at Eastern High School, 12400 Old Shelbyville RD, Louisville, KY.,

We hope to have as many as possible with us in the stands supporting the kids. The competition starts at 11:15amET/10:15amCT. Adair County performs at 12:45pmET/11:45amCT, September 17, 2011.-Shamarie Claiborne




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Adair Co. Band performs at ACHS/Clinton Co. game



2011-09-04 - 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Doyle Lloyd, adairband.com.
The Adair County Band provides energizing elan helping to propel the Adair County Football team to the start of what looks like its best season in years, maybe in its history. The Band performed in exhibition at the highly successful 2011 Mark Twain Marching Band Exhibition. The most successful high school band program in Kentucky will begin its 2011 competition schedule on September 17, 2011, in the Eagles Classic at Eastern High School in Louisville, KY. The band and the football team have exhibited a noteworthy synergy working to achieve common goals. Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr.

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Adair Band at ACHS-Clinton County game.



2011-09-05 - 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Doyle Lloyd, adairband.com.
Part of the Adair County Marching Band above, performing at the Adair County High vs Clinton County High football game, Friday, September 2, 2011. The band will open 2011 competition in Louisville September 17, 2011 at the Eagle Classic, Eastern High School, Louisville, KY. Front row: Flutists Elizabeth Smith, Leslie Cowan, Ashley Simpson and barely seen, Cheyayne Coffey. Second row Flutists Kelly Jones, Laura Akin, Ashley McLean and Kaitlyn Crawhorn. Flutists not pictured Ashley Jeffries, Laura Feese, Kylie Rayborn, and Jordan Pollard. Third row Mary Susan Coomer, Jonathan Burbridge, Hunter Mings, Cole Beard, Jordan Humphress, Abby Kenyon, Kendall Caldwell, Garrett Fausnaugh, Allison Feese, Bailey Harris, Anna Murrell, Sydney Bright, and Hunter Rich. Back row, Drumline Dusty Claiborne, Joshua Grant, Kyle Castaneda, Chad Scholl, Nick Tupman, Chance Scholl, Jared Giles, Eli Coomer, and Levi Ramage. Very, very back Joseph McDowell, tuba. - Shamarie Bandmom Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr.

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