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Breakfast with Bob assures money for trip to national BOA!

Huge Event Success: Band cleared enough to squeak through on expenses for BOA trip to Indianapolis. Breakfast with Bob crowd up estimated 33.3% from last year's big crowd! The raffles paid off even bigger!
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By Shamarie Claiborne

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who came out this morning to support the ADAIR band by eating breakfast with "BOB"

Thanks from -

Director: Tom Case

Asst. Director: Jonathon Holmes

Noah Lafferty, Cody Herbst, Thomas Murrell, Logan Barnes, Jack Hobbs, Dylan Claiborne, Kieren Ussery, Johnathon Burbridge, Brittney Green Brittney Lee, Sarah Davis, Courtney Quiroz, Mary Susan Coomer, Emily Redmon, Riley Loy, Meredith Murrell, Nicole Loy, Paige Waddle, Brittney Scott, Sarah Howard, Tessa DeWitt, Kimberlynn Carter Destiny Mardis,

Leslie Ferguson, Deziree Kerekes, Hailey Hare, Monica Phillips, Katrina Rogers, Shauna Akin, Madison Grant, Kate Durham Joshua Grant, Dusty Claiborne, Levi Ramage, Eli Coomer, Kyle Castaneda, Chad Scholl Nick Tupman, Chance Scholl, Jared Giles, Kelly Jones, Ashley McLean, Leslie Cowan, Kaitlyn Crawhorn, Ashley Simpson, Kylie Rayburn, Laura Akin,

Jordan Pollard Laura Feese, Elisabeth Smith, Cheyayne Coffey, Ashley Jeffries, Hayley Knifley, Hunter Rich, Sydney Bright Anna Murrell, Bailey Harris, Austin Wolford, Hannah Burnett, Chloe Cheng, Landon Coomer Noah Richard, Jordan Humphress, Harrison Knifley, Hunter Mings, Cole Beard, Garrett Fausnaugh, Kyndal Caldwell, Abigal Kenyon Allison Feese,

Brianna Hagy, Heather Vanarsdale, Rachel Hancock, Brandon Breeding, Shelby Franklin, Katie Nokes, Kenzie Rogers, Nealia Baker, Hannah Cockerham, Brittney Curry, Natalie Bryant, Sarah Ferguson, Jamika Payne, Elizabeth Melton, Josh Epperson, Tyler Bolin, Joseph McDowell.

The Breakfast with Bob crowd was up approximately 33.3%

Last year we had approximatly 150 people and it was even bigger this year with around 200 people sharing their morning with us!

It always amazes us to see our "Band Moms and Dads" in action. The "Band Dad's" washed dishes, ran errands, and helped cook while the "Band Moms" cooked, served, ran the auctions, and everybody pitched in to clean-up. They are the best!

The support this community gives us can never be repaid. Today's efforts raised enough money to finish paying for our trip to Nationals this week and we can't say THANK YOU enough!

The rough estimate of today's breakfast, Rifle Raffle, and silent auctions which is around $8,000 dollars has finished covering our expenses!! Hopefully, we will make you all proud with our efforts!

Thanks again to everyone who donated today!

The ADAIR Band - "Eyes with Pride!" -SHAMARIE CLAIBORNE

AdairBand.com



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Breakfast with Bob: Band Moms serving with love



2011-11-05 - 870 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
Shamarie writes "There's still plenty of time to come have a great breakfast prepared by Band Moms with love." Above, Lou Anne Coomer and Tammy Rich.

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Breakfast with Bob 2011: Pancake Chef Extraordinaire



2011-11-05 - ACES, 870 Indian DR, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
Head Pancake Chef Bre Bolin has been hard at work since 6:30am this morning making the best pancakes in town. We were wanting triangle shaped, but Bre said Round was her specialty. And so we can't mess with perfection. - SHAMARIE CLAIBORNE.

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Breakfast with Bob 2011: Cass and Lash Davenport



2011-11-05 - ACES, 870 Indian DR, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
Cass and 'Flash' and the Bare Necessities Bear: Cass and son Lash Davenport were enjoying Breakfast with Bob this morning at ACES. Once a band kid, always a band kid. Cass was in the Adair County Marching Band from 1994-1998. Lash knows the entire Jungle Book Bare Necessities song by heart and sings it faultlessly. -SHAMARIE CLAIBORNE.

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Tommy Kerekes wins rifle at 2011 Breakfast with Bob



2011-11-08 - ACES, 870 Indian DR, Columbia, Ky - Photo by Teresa Bright.
Big Winner At Breakfast with Bob, 2011 - Tommy Kerekes, of Knifley KY, was the winner of the Rifle Hunting package sponsored by the Adair County Band Boosters. Tommy was at the Adair County Band's "Breakfast with Bob" Celebration on Saturday - November 5 - to hear his name called out from the lucky ticket drawn. Pictured presenting the grand prize to him is Chris Knifley, right proud Band parent of Hayley and Harrison Knifley. Mr. Kerekes' daughter, Deziree, is a member of the Adair County Marching Band Color Guard. - TERESA BRIGHT Clicking ReadMore accesses the 2011 Breakfast with Bob story by Shamarie Cllaiborne and other photos

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