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Talented kids, dedicated teachers get credit for art work

Adair County Garden Club is now putting up credits

By Mary Knight

We are late putting up the credits - but the Christmas trees were done by the 4th graders at ACES, under the direction of Mrs. Rachel Bardin. The Squarecrows for Downtown Days were done by the 2nd graders at ACPC, under the guidance of Mrs. Darlene Campbell. We are very fortunate to have such talented kids, and such dedicated teachers. How many of you can spot the Christmas Tree done by Mrs. Bardin?

Thanks, - Mary Knight for The Adair County Garden Club

This story was posted on 2016-11-30 19:40:55
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