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ACHS Marching Band -- rooting for 2's

We're focused on the numeral "2" as we root for the Adair County High School Marching Band to win its KMEA State Championship this weekend -- for a 22nd time! And also because there are a dozen band members who each have a twin marching with them -- six sets of "2" in this one band this season.

By Jennifer Hardwick

There are many special characteristics related to our very own Adair County Marching Band. Something rather unique this season is the emphasis on the number "2."

Not only as the band strives to capture its 22nd KMEA State Championship, but also for the fact that within the marching band this season, there are SIX sets of TWINS!

For a band Adair's size, it is rather unbelievable that included within our members are six sets of twins that have chosen to dedicate themselves to this program.

Undoubtedly, it must be an unforgettable experience to march alongside your own twin!

Good luck to our special sets of twins and to every single member of the Adair County Marching Band as they prepare this week to compete at the KMEA State Marching Band Championships at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, KY on Saturday, October 28, 2017.

Tickets for reserved seating are still available by contacting Susan Pollard at 270-250-3356.

Twins in the picture accompaning this news include, starting from the top:

Dylan and Travis Hale - children of Anthony and Carolyn Hale

Matthew and Michael Hancock - children of Steve and Cindy Hancock

Kobe and Savon Stapp - children of Sabrina Stapp

Kaylee and Jaden Butler - children of Deb Petersen

Kennedy and Colin Stephens - children of Wes and Jodie Stephens

Jonathan and Michael Gold - children of Neal and Harriet Gold.


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Take a second look! Six sets of twins in ACHS Band 2017



2017-10-24 - Adair County High School, Columbia, KY - Photo by Carolyn Hale.
Take a second look! There are six sets of twins in this season's ACHS band! Good luck to our special sets of twins, and to every single member of the Adair County Marching Band as they prepare this week to compete at the KMEA State Marching Band Championships at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, KY on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Tickets for reserved seating are still available by contacting Susan Pollard at 270-250-3356. Twins pictured, starting from the top: Dylan and Travis Hale - children of Anthony and Carolyn Hale; Matthew and Michael Hancock - children of Steve and Cindy Hancock; Kobe and Savon Stapp - children of Sabrina Stapp; Kaylee and Jaden Butler - children of Deb Petersen; Kennedy and Colin Stephens - children of Wes and Jodie Stephens; Jonathan and Michael Gold - children of Neal and Harriet Gold. --Jennifer Hardwick

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