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Adair County Primary Center Fall Festival report

By Patty Jones, Principal

On Friday, October 20, Adair County Primary Center had its annual Fall Festival. The event was sponsored by the Rocket Boosters organization at the school. Students and their families had a great night of fun, food and festivities. Thanks to all of our parents and community members who made the night a success. Linked pictures include: 1) Police officer, Josh Brockman, kept an eye on students and their parents who were locked up in the "Rocket Jail". 2) Parent, Leigh Dews, checks out one of the many game booths at the festival.




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Columbia PD Officer Josh Brockman guards 'cell' at fall festival



2017-10-29 - Adair County Primary Center (ACPC), 158 Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Patty Jones, Principal.
Police officer, Josh Brockman, kept an eye on students and their parents who were locked up in the "Rocket Jail". - Patty Jones, Principal

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Parent Leigh Dews at Adair County Primary Center Fall Festival



2017-10-29 - Adair County Primary Center (ACPC), 158 Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Patty Jones, Principal.
Parent Leigh Dews, enjoying Fall Festival at Adair County Primary Center. - Patty Jones

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First grade teacher Samantha Rich at ACPC Fall Festival



2017-10-29 - Adair County Primary Center (ACPC), 158 Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Patty Jones, Principal.
First grade teacher Samantha Rich actually encouraged students to pick Freddies nose!!! - Patty Jones, Principal, ACPC.

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