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WHAS Crusade produces YouTube videos starring Griffitt, Kody

To read a story about the videos being made on the Adair County, KY, School Campus, click to WHAS films video clip about Adair Co. Special Ed Program

From Shamarie Claiborne
Adair County School District

The videos WHAS-Tv made for a clip about the Adair County Special Education Program recently can be previewed now on YouTube. The first, below, , Griffitt Powell, and Mary Keen Speech Therapist at Adair County Elementary School, the second features Kody Pelly and his mother. WHAS Crusade for Children producer/director Larry Ledford interviewed Kim Pelly, Superintendant Alan Reed, Director of Special Education Anita Goode, Michelle Powell, and Griffitt Powell working with Mary Keen ACES Speech Therapist in preparation for a clip promoting the WHAS Crusade for Children. Mr. Ledford videos focus on the positive impact the Crusade has on schools and their students.

Griffitt Powell gets help from the WHAS Crusade for Children

Click on Readmore to access the YouTube video honoring the memory of Kody Pelly.

Kody Pelly remembered

This story was posted on 2014-03-13 17:09:45
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