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Campbellsville HS staff members float Green River Paddle Trail

Pre-school outing in Greensburg on Paddle Trail, followed by lunch in Greensburg
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By Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer
Campbellsville Independent Schools (CIS)

Campbellsville High School teachers and staff members had fun recently during a team-building exercise. On Monday, July 31, about 30 of the school's employees spend a day together floating in canoes down Green River Paddle Trail.


After the float, the group had lunch together in Greensburg.

CHS, which is School of Distinction and a Top 20 high school in Kentucky, will begin the 2017-2018 school year on Wednesday, August 9, 2017. David Petett is principal. - Calen McKinney


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Campbellsville HS teachers & staff before float trip on the Green



2017-08-01 - Greensburg, KY - Photo by Dr. Richie Kessler.
CHS teachers and staff members recently spent a day together floating down the Green River Paddle Trail. - CALEN McKINNEY

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CHS staff members ready to board canoes



2017-08-01 - Greensburg Paddle Trail - Photo by Dr. Richie Kessler.
CHS teachers and staff members get ready to board their canoes. - CALEN McKINNEY

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CHS group floating down Green River Paddle Trail



2017-08-01 - Green River Paddle Trail, Greensburg, KY - Photo by Dr. Richie Kessler.
Missy Hughes, attendance clerk, in front, and science teacher Mary Jo Hazel paddle down the Green River Paddle Trail. In back is Eagle Academy instructor Cody Wills.

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