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2012 ACHS Legacy Graduation Edition today

To be included as a sponsor in this importantCM 2012 Adair County High School graduates Legacy Edition, please call before 11amCT, this morning, Wednesday, May 16, 2012. Phone 270-250-2730. - Ed Waggener
Special thanks to Adair County High School and the Yearbook Staff and Mr. Chad Parnell, Yearbook Advisor

A very special edition, one we've been working on for several weeks, will be posted during the day today: A Salute to the Adair County High School Class of 2012.

It will include photos, except those unavailable at post time, and brief biographical sketches.

The edition is made possible by a select group of sponsors, many of whom have been a part of the CM Legacy Editions since 2010. While we've tried to contact all of the existing Legacy Advertisers - all we've talked with have continued to support the project, several to a dramatically higher extent - there are a limited number of sponsorships still available.

The Legacy Graduation Editions have proven, over and over again, a lasting value as a research tool, for Reunion planners, for historians, genealogists, and for media. That has been the most rewarding aspect of this new Adair County Tradition.

We are doing all we can, within the financial limits of the magazine, to make it more and more useful, year round. - EW

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