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Old School Houses - Yellowhammer School

We owe many thanks to the teachers of this school and the many other country school teachers that made a difference in the lives of the then young people who went on to make great and outstanding citizens. - GEORGE RICE
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By George Rice

In the accompanying picture, Bobby D. Loy stands in front of the Yellowhammer School House which has long been closed and reminiscence of the early days of his life, when he walked through the woods in a well worn path to start his first years of education.

One of the unique things that Calvin Aaron shares about that school building is that it still has the original paint and it still shines as if it was almost a new paint job. No ones seem to understand why the paint remains so intact.

Some of the dedicated teachers that gave their time and love to the school are ,as shared by Aileen Aaron, Coolidge Grant, Norene Rosenbaum, Stanley Rosenbaum, Violet Rosenbaum, Irene Reece, Wilma Marshall, Welcome Hammond, Noah Loy, Virgil Bryant, Joe Morgan, McIva Hale, Allene Aaron.
- George Rice



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Scenic Adair Co., KY: Yellowhammer School



2011-03-30 - Yellowhammer RD, District 3, Adair Co., KY - Photo by Crystal Hayes.
Old Yellowhammer School, is located on Yellowhammer RD between Fairplay and Glens Fork, KY near Pierce's Chapel Church. Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr.

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Old School Houses: Yellowhammer



2013-09-15 - Yellowhammer Road, Approximately 2100 MP, Adair County District 3 - Photo by George Rice. Bobby D. Loy stands in front of the Yellowhammer School House that has long been closed and reminiscence the early days of his life when he walked through the woods on a well worn path to start his first years of education. - George Rice (Yellowhammer Road numbers begin at its intersection with Old Glens Fork Road, near Glens Fork. The church is much nearer Yellowhammer Roads intersection with KY 768 at Fairplay.) Photo taken in April 2013 by George Rice
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Old Schools - Yellowhammer School group photo



2013-09-17 - Yellowhammer Road, Approximately 2100 MP, Adair County District 3 - Photo from Joyce Coomer. Joyce Coomer of Printing Creations sent this photo to us of Yellowhammer School. No date is given, and the identity of the people in it was not shared, but maybe a CM reader will know and can send. Use the Comments button with this photo. - CM
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