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Three Adair Countians attend Sheriff's Ranch

Nicholas Magliano, Colyn Curry, and Junior Flores
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By Shirley Moss

Three young boys from Adair County got the opportunity to attend the Kentucky Sheriff's Ranch Camp, in Gilbertsville, KY, from June 19-24, 2011.

The lucky kids were Nicholas Magliano, Colyn Curry, and Junior Flores. Sheriff Harrison Moss drove the boys to the camp, over four hours west of Columbia, KY, where they had an exciting time.


Colyn said he enjoyed talking with the native Americans, fishing, swimming, and learning not to mess with snakes.

Junior Flores reported that he learned how to fish and received an award for catching the most fish. He enjoyed swimming and seeing a bald eagle.

Nicholas enjoyed fishing, swimming and seeing a bald eagle.

The boys made new friends along the way and ate at Arby's with Sheriff Harrison Moss.

The Ranch strives to help the children's self-esteem and moral character. It teaches them to have respect for others as well as themselves.

Sheriff Moss and the Kentucky Sheriff's Ranch would like to thank everyone who made it possible for the boys to get to attend the camp. -Shirley Moss


This story was posted on 2011-09-03 22:50:28
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Three Adair Countians attend 2011 KY Sheriff's Ranch Camp



2011-09-03 - 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shirley Moss.
Adair Countians Nicholas Magliano, Colyn Curry, and Junior Flores attended the Kentucky Sheriff's Ranch Camp June 19-29, 2011. With them, above, in Columbia, KY, at right, is Sheriff Harrison Moss. - Shirley Moss

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