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ADAIR Band at Tournament of Bands, Richmond, KY, Oct. 6, 2012

Band says: Good luck to the Adair County Boys Golf Team at State
Click on headline for full story, Richmond, KY band contest schedule (Eastern Times)

By Shamarie Claiborne
News from the ADAIR Band

The ADAIR Band would like to take a moment and say GOOD LUCK to the Adair County Boy's Golf Team at their State Competition this weekend!

As for us we will be in Richmond Kentucky at the 26th Annual Tournament of Bands Contest. The Tournament of Bands is hosted by Madison Central High School Marching Band and Boosters and is located at 705 N. 2nd Street (Bing Map/Directions from Anywhere), Richmond, KY.

Admission will be $8 dollars or $7 dollars with a donation of a canned food item. Children 8 and under are admitted free of charge. The ADAIR Band is honored to be a part of this great tradition and we look forward to a great day of music. Bands participating and their times of performances (all times are EST) are as follows:
If you would like to follow the band up in the caravan please join us! We will be departing the Band Room at the Raymond Lacy Music Building, 230 Gen. John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY, at 9amCT. Please join us GO ADAIR BAND and GOLF! Shamarie Claiborne

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