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New flooring at Jim Blair Community Center

2019-01-23 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Tiffany Kessler.
New floor is being laid at the Jim Blair Community Center, located at 901 Hudson St., Columbia, by Chase Brown and his loyal companion/supervisor, Ace. The project is a joint financial effort between the city and the county, with each paying half. The lone bid was awarded last spring/summer to Chase Brown Construction.

The Columbia/Adair County Parks and Recreation Board responsible to oversee and make recommendations for the running of the park is made up of 9 members, 4 appointed and approved by the City of Columbia, 4 appointed and approved by the Adair Fiscal Court, and 1 recommended by the Board itself and jointly approved by the City and County.

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Thank You Ryder Karnes

2019-01-23 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Ryder Karnes of Columbia, regular carrier assistant for the US Post Office on Burkesville Street, gets a "Thank You" today for working to pick up garbage off the front lawn. He said he is finding lots of cigarettes, fast food packaging and just regular garbage people toss out as they pass by.

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STEAM night: Virginia Willis demonstrates electrical current

2019-01-23 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Alice Curry.
ACES 4th grader Virginia Willis shared a demonstration about electrical current at ACES Family STEAM Night.

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STEAM night: Talking about bees

2019-01-23 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Alice Curry.
Adair School District employee and beekeeper Steve Turner shared information about honey bees with ACES 4th Grader Abby Maulden and her grandparents Dr. Charles and Sena Schafer.

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AC Middle School presents Storymaker video creation

2019-01-23 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
The Adair County Middle School video presentation was introduced by teacher Rebekah Sode at the January meeting of the Adair County School Board. Students who shared their experiences with the new Storymaker program included Conner Lynn, Aaron Smith, Luke Rich, Jazzy Kemp and Millie Brown. Jazzy said, "we used teamwork, assigned roles and collaborated using google docs." Milly said, "we edit and put sound on, export audios, have voice actors..." Conner demonstrated how difficult that job can be. Students from the high school also presented their work with this program.

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