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Ann Young reminder: Medal of Honor Ceremony at 1:30CT/2:30ET live on Tv

Medal of Honor presentation at the White House

The Medal of Honor will be presented to Dakota at 1:30pmCT/2:30pmET. Adair County High School will be watching the ceremony as a group in the gymnasium It should be broadcast live on the Major News Networks. Everyone should watch! -ANN YOUNG from Washington, DC.

Thanks, Ann Young, for the reminder. And we wonder, besides the High School, what other groups are doing to observe the presentation? How other schools will plan to watch the historic moment together. What businesses will be do to let employees and customers watch and feel a part of this proudest day in Adair County History? Let us know you special plans and thoughts. -EW

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DAKOTA MEYER: Alma Mater will watch MOH in convocation

2011-09-15 - ACHS, 526 Indian DR., Columbia, KY - Photo by Ann Young.
DAKOTA MEYER AT ACHS: Adair County High School Students will be watching the Medal of Honor Presentation together, as it is broadcast live School's Big Screen Tv, as President Barack Obama presents the Adair County Hero with the Congressional Medal of Honor at 1:30pmCT. Dakota Meyer attended Adair County High School and graduated from Green County High School, Greensburg, KY. He is only the Second Adair Countian in History to receive this highest national honor. PHOTO BY ANN YOUNG posted on CM 2011-07-20 and Captioned as follows: - 518 Indian DR, Columbia, KY.
- Photo from Adair County High School Year Book. 526 Indian DR, Columbia, KYAnn Young called CM tonight, Wednesday, July 20, 2011, to let us know that Marine Corps Sgt. Dakota Meyer will receive the Congressional Medal of Honor. The photo above is one she sent to CM when the nation's hero spoke to the student body and staff at Adair County High School during our Veterans Day ceremony. Meyer, who attended Adair County High School and graduated from Green County High School, had already been nominated for the Congressional Medal of honor, the highest award which can be given to military personnel when this photo was taken. He is a resident of Adair County and is the son of Mike Meyer of Adair County. Photo and information courtesy Ann Young, Guidance Counselor at Adair County High School.

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