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Bam congratulates AC for winning the Dakota Meyer Challenge

Total given in the Bam Carney, Dakota Meyer Scholarship Challenge now just shy of $5,000, after Adair County High School gave prize money of $250 to the Scholarship

John Bam Carney writes:
Ed, I want to congratulate Adair County High School on winning the Dakota Meyer Scholarship Challenge. The students and staff are incredible and the amount of money they raised for the scholarship was astounding. They not only won but they were so kind in asking that the $250.00 for winning be added to the scholarship When you combine their efforts, with TCHS $700.00 the total is just shy of $5,000. People like this make me so proud to be from this community. Bam --John Bam Carney
Thanks, Representative Carney. Thanks for all you do. -CM



This story was posted on 2011-10-07 09:56:03
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