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ADAIR Band almost to Campbellsville at 1:26pmCT

Welcome the National and KY State Marching Band Home! Be on the Square at 2pmCT. The weather is gorgeous, may a little cool - cool enough for a light Jacket

The ADAIR Band is almost to Campbellsville, at 1:26pmCT. An Escort will pick them up at Betty's OK Country Cooking to bring them South on Campbellsville Road, and through the Square. The usual escorts have been lined up. Hope everyone who can will be out to welcome them hope. This is big folks, They should be on the Square at between 2pm and 2:15pmCT. - Shamarie




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Band supporters gathering for big welcome home



2015-11-15 - public square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Supporters of the Adair Band are gathering on the square for the arrival home of the award winning, amazing students. They are expected between 2 and 2:15pmCT

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Band supporters gathering for big welcome home



2015-11-15 - public square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Tim Hardwick, father of Caroline, 7th grader at ACMS, waits for the bus to arrive on the square. She in celebrating her first BoA Nationals. The band is at Betty's OK Country Cooking as this photo is uploaded, and they are ready for a big welcome home. Perry Parrish joined Hardwick waiting while he was waiting. Perry is the father of Rachel Parrish who is in the band for her second BoA National Championship. - EW

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Band supporters gathering for big welcome home



2015-11-15 - public square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Juanita McKinney, great aunt of Chloe Grider, ACMS 7th grader, and already flute player in the Band, said she's been cheering them in all day long. Juanita - Juanita Grider, was in the band herself, more than a couple of dozen years ago. She graduated in 1961. - EW

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