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Mark Twain Shriners make ACMS student very happy with gift

Byron Moss was ecstatic and said he was totally surprised. He wants to thank the Shriner's for the Samsung iPad which he will use for his classes and school projects.
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By Jason Rector, Adair County School District Network Engineer/Administrator

Thursday, November 16, 2017 The Mark Twain Shrine Club and Kosair Charities once again partnered to aid Byron Moss, a student in Adair County Schools, with a gift of a Samsung iPad.

He was joined the the presentation of the tablet by his teacher, Sherry Stotts, and the Special Education Director for the school district Anita Goode.


Byron was ecstatic and said he was totally surprised. He wants to thank the Shriner's for the Ipad to be able to use for his classes and school projects.

Byron's mother, Jessica, said that it was great that the Shriner's were able to help, to provide her son with the iPad and wants to send a huge "Thanks" to them and the school district for helping her son.

At the presentation were Paul Smith, Shriner; Joe Flowers, Shriner; Robert Flowers, Shriner; Byron Moss, student receiving the donation; Jessica, Byron's mother; Sherry Stotts, Teacher; and Anita Goode, District Special Education Director.


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Shriners present Samsung tablet to ACMS student Byron Moss



2017-11-17 - ACMS, 322 Gen John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Jason Rector, ACHS photo.

A total surprise: Byron Moss was totally surprised and ecstatic when members of the Mark Twain Shriners present him with a Samsung iPad on Thursday, November 16, 2017. From left are Paul Smith, Shriner; Joe Flowers, Shriner; Robert Flowers, Shriner; Byron Moss, Student receiving the donation; Jessica, Byron's Mother; Sherry Stotts, Teacher and Anita Goode, District Special Education Director. - Jason Rector. Adair County School District Network Engineer/Administrator.

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