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Kentucky Color - Thankful for A Colorful Threepeat

Thankful for Adair Band's BOA Threepeat and cherished memories
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By Billy Joe Fudge

I know those who have not had the honor nor the opportunity to be in Indianapolis on Finals night of the Bands of America Grand Nationals, might not fully fathom the pomp and pageantry on display.



It is indeed quite a spectacle in and of itself but then, to know that tiny Adair County barely visible at the far right is on the field as the Single A National Champion for the third year in a row is truly "icing on the cake".

Yes, it was and is a colorful threepeat and I will always cherish my memories of daughter Prindle's years in the early 90's and granddaughter, Hayley and grandson, Harrison Knifley's decade of participation and striving for excellence.

God bless all of us in the Great Wooded South and God bless America.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone...



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Kentucky Color: Thankful for A Colorful Threepeat



2016-11-24 - Lucas Oil Stadium, 500 S Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.
I know those who have not had the honor nor the opportunity to be in Indianapolis on Finals night of the Bands of America Grand Nationals, might not fully fathom the pomp and pageantry on display. Well, a picture is worth a thousand words they say and at least in this instance, it is true. It is indeed quite a spectacle in and of itself but then, to know that tiny Adair County barely visible at the far right is on the field as the Single A National Champion for the third year in a row is truly "icing on the cake". - Billy Joe Fudge

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