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From the biggest Little Hearts: Aid to West Liberty, KY

By Rachael Bardin
News from Adair County Elementary School (ACES)

We already knew that Adair County School District students have the biggest little hearts around, but today our hearts really did melt as two children brought money from their piggy banks to share with West Liberty tornado victims.

We will be hand delivering this precious donation tomorrow along with about forty - fifty boxes of donated items and about 20 - 30 cases of water. As we were loading, we were truly astonished and were so grateful for everyone's generosity, kindess, and big hearts.

ACES would like to thank the students and parents and everyone who has helped make the food drive such an amazing success. The ACES family has always pulled together and helped those in need, and we are truly thankful for your generosity. - Rachael Bardin

This story was posted on 2012-03-10 03:24:32
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Biggest little hearts aid West Liberty, KY

2012-03-10 - ACES, 870 Indian DR, Columbia, Ky - Photo by Rachael Bardin. From Adair County Elementary School to aid storm victims in West Liberty, KY: A hand written message, a truck with food and supplies.
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