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National Champion BOA Class A ADAIR Band expected at 2pmCT

- Update: 01:14pmCT - The band just left Lincoln Parkway in Hodgenville and is on KY 210. Estimated time of arrival is still 2pmCT.
- Update: 12:10pmCT - The band made a rest and lunch break in Louisville, KY, and are still expected to arrive in Columbia at 2pmCT. Route through and Escorts still not known - SHAMARIE HARPER
- Update 9:44amCT - They have left Indy - SHAMARIE HARPER
- Exact route, escort units, through Columbia TBA when received at CM
CM story from Information from Shamarie Harper and Donald Hare

The 2015 National Champion BOA Class A ADAIR BAND is expected to arrive back home in Columbia at 1 2pmCT update from Donald Hare, today, Sun 15 Nov 2015.

They are expected to come through the Square from Campbellsville Street, KY on to home base at the Raymond Lacy Building on Gen. John Adair Drive on the Adair County School District campus, but the exact route has not been learned yet. It will be announced as received from Donald Hare, with the band, and/or Shamarie Harper, in Columbia.

The 2015 BOA National Championship is the second in a row for the Band, which also won in 2014 as well as 2007 and 2005.

The ADAIR Band has won 21 Kentucky State championships in various classes (A, AA, and AAA) starting in 1986. See Chadwick Collins' comment: ADAIR Bands State Titles in more than one class

This story was posted on 2015-11-15 08:31:35
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