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Did you watch the movie? Please help ACPC 2nd graders!

In case you missed reading it a few days ago, please visit the link below, watch the movie and leave your comment to help the students!

The ACPC 2nd Graders (and their teacher) get the Great Job award! What an absolutely delightful way to teach others, especially parents and grandparents, how everyday little things are costing precious resources that can be saved. Way to go Ms. Laura Marcum and students Addie Baker, Gabe Coleman, Sofia Coleman, Brody Karnes, Jasper Kemp, Alayna Marcum, Brent Moore, Lilly Myers, Samantha Oliver, James Skaggs, Lucas Thompson, Cammon Wiseley and Macy Yarberry.
-- Linda Waggener

They ask for help with comments you can leave after watching the video: "The project has made it to the STLP Kentucky State Championship April 12. To help show impact that our project has made we are simply asking people to watch the video and tell us where they are from.

Our goal is to try to get as many views as possible before we go to the competition. We would love for people to leave a comment and tell us where they are from. You can leave a comment on YouTube and our video is also posted on our "Adair County Primary Center" Facebook." -- ACPC
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