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A big thank you given to Mark Twain Shrine Club/Kosair Shriners

By Paula Garrison, Coordinator, Adair County Primary Center Family Resource Center

Local Shriners are getting a big thank you from 20 Adair County Primary Center and Adair County Elementary School students who were treated to a day at the Kosair Shriner’s Circus in Louisville, KY at Broadbent Arena on Saturday, February 10, 2018.

Family Resource Center Coordinators Paula Garrison and Debbie Cowan along with Adair County Elementary School Teacher Sarah Dean, and Lindsey Wilson College Bonner Scholars Elizabeth Neary and Autumn Bishop chaperoned students.


Curtis Grant, Steven Baker, Jimmy Woody, Jimmy Harper, Joe Flowers, Robert Flowers, and Paul Smith from Mark Twain Shrine Club/Kosair Shriners made this day possible and extra special for these students and we want to give them a big thank you for all their hard work in our community.


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ACPC students treated to a day at the Kosair Shriner’s Circus



2018-02-13 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Paula Garrison, Coordinator, Adair County Primary Center Family Resource Center.
20 students from Adair County Primary Center and Adair County Elementary School were treated to a day at the Kosair Shriner’s Circus in Louisville, KY at Broadbent Arena on Saturday, February 10, 2018. Family Resource Center Coordinators Paula Garrison and Debbie Cowan along with Adair County Elementary School Teacher Sarah Dean, and Lindsey Wilson College Bonner Scholars Elizabeth Neary and Autumn Bishop chaperoned students. Pictured are some of the students who attended -- Gabe Fulwider, Chayton Morgan, Gemma Bledsoe, Eva Bledsoe, Joey Bledsoe, Elizabeth Wethington, Rosalie Reynolds, Arianna Robinson, Veronica Morgan, Natalie Sneed, Haylee Fisher, Malachi Robinson, Cassidy Cramer, and Alisa Klein. Local Shriners pictured with the students are Joe Flowers, left, and Paul Smith.

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ACPC students enjoying the Kosair Shriner’s Circus



2018-02-13 - Louisville, KY - Photo by Paula Garrison, Coordinator ACPC Family Resources.
Elizabeth Wethington and Rosalie Reynolds, second graders from Adair County Primary Center, were among some 20 students treated to a day at the Kosair Shriner's Circus in Louisville, KY Saturday, February 10, 2018. Curtis Grant, Steven Baker, Jimmy Woody, Jimmy Harper, Joe Flowers, Robert Flowers, and Paul Smith from Mark Twain Shrine Club/Kosair Shriners made this day possible and extra special for these students and we want to give them a big thank you for all their hard work in our community.

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