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Tue 17 Oct 2017 event honors ACMS parent battling cancer

By Debra Waddell

Telica Taylor, Adair County Alumnus and former Lady Indian, is battling cancer. ACMS and ACHS are joining the 1992 Lady Indians State Team in supporting Telica's fight. There are several ways you can help.

At 1:30pmCT, Tuesday afternoon, October 17, 2017, at 1:30pmCT, there will be a Pep Rally at ACMS, 322 Gen John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY supporting both of Ms. Taylor's children who attend ACMS and the Lady Indians in their first round of tournament play. Students can pay $1.00 to attend the rally. Snacks may be purchased.

At Tuesday evenings' game we will also be taking donations to support this wonderful family.

All Funds will be given to the Taylors.

Please come out and support the Taylors and our Lady Indians.

If you live in the area, please feel free to share, copy and spread the news about this post. We all appreciate your help!

This story was posted on 2017-10-16 20:27:19
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