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ADAIR Band ETA 11:45amCT-ish!!!!!!! today for Hero's Welcome

UPDATE 11:22amCT It now looks more like 11:45-ish!!! - SHAMARIE!!!! - UPDATE 10:22amCT, from I-65, 32 miles north of Elizabethtown, KY The Awesome ADAIR Band convoy is rolling toward Columbia to a Hero's Welcome, with full Congratulatory Escort, at approximately 12pm noon CT. The route will be: S. on Campbellsville Street, Around the Square and South on Jamestown Street, Across Tutt, South on Burkesville, Across Hudson to Walker, Walker to Greensburg, Street, and back to homebase, The Band Room/Raymond Lacy Music Building, 230 Gen. John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY Adair County High School. Everyone is urge to line the street to welcome them home. - SHAMARIE CLAIBORNE

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Early Welcome Party: Sally Rogers et al

2013-10-27 - 400 Quadrant, Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Sally Dachshund Rogers was first on the Square, before 11:30amCT, to welcome the ADAIR Band Heroes home after there Second Place AAA State Championship at Papa John's Stadium. (Left with Sally): Leah Rogers. (Right): Suzanne Rogers. They support all the band, but especially Ricky Ann Rogers, Kenzie Rogers, and Madison.Grant.
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