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Shriners/Kosair present HP notebook to Dawson Fisher

Mark Twain Shriners & Kosair Charities present Adair County School District student with an HP Notebook in special event with recipient's grandparents and his teacher taking part.
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By Jason Rector
Adair County School District Network Engineer

Monday, November 27, 2017 The Mark Twain Shrine Club and Kosair Charities partnered to present Dawson Fisher, a student in Adair County Schools, with an HP Notebook purchased locally. He was joined alongside his grandparents, his teacher Gerald Hadley and Anita Goode, Special Education Director for the school district for the presentation.


Shriners Robert Flowers and Joe Flowers, along with Anita Goode and Gerald Hadley of the Adair County School District, participated in the presentation.

Dawson's grandparents, Donna and Jerry Ford state they want to thank all the Shriner's for their continued help in their grandson's need because this donation will help Dawson in his school work.

Dawson was surprised and thankful for the donation and glad to receive the Notebook to better be able to accomplish some of his online classwork and also thanks the Shriners. - Jason Rector


This story was posted on 2017-11-28 03:47:21
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Mark Twain Shriners present HP Notebook to Dawson Fisher



2017-11-28 - Adair County Board of Education Conference Room, 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Jason Rector.
The Mark Twain Shriners presented a new HP Notebook to Dawson Fisher on Monday, November 27, 2017. Above, front row, from left, Robert Flowers, Shriner; Joe Flowers, Shriner; Dawson Fisher, student receiving the donation; Gerald Hadley, Teacher; Back row Anita Goode, District Special Education Director and Jerry Ford, Grandfather.

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