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Seven ACHS FFA Chapter Members at State Convention


2016-06-29 - Lexington, KY - Photo by Kirby Hancock, advisor.
Seven members of the Adair County FFA Chapter attended state FFA convention at Rupp Arena in Lexington, KY, June 7-9, 2016: Above, seated, from left - Sarah Hancock, Paige Grider, Savannah Roy, and Jessica Simpson; back - Dylan Hancock, Pablo Plancarte, Lucas Hadley

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Travel: In-N-Out Burger


2016-06-29 - Ventura, CA - Photo by Pen.
The first time we encountered an In-N-Out Burger with a line of cars wrapped out to the street, we assumed that it must be a grand opening or promotional event. However, nearly every restaurant we saw on our trip out west had the same line of cars and queue inside at the counter. The restaurant, known for a very simple menu and fresh ingredients, must be doing something right. (Wikipedia)

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2016 Adair County Fair: Twins


2016-06-29 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Greg Thomas. Winners - Caylyn White and Emalyn White, the daughters of Brandon and Tia White from Columbia, KY
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1-2-Year-Old Boys Pageant at Adair Co. Fair


2016-06-29 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Greg Thomas.
  • Winner - Preston Klein Atwood the son of Kate Atwood and Tyler Atwood from Greensburg
  • First Runner Up - Parker Bradshaw the son of Dustin and Elizabeth Bradshaw from Columbia
  • Second Runner Up - Russell Lewis Curry the son of Randy Curry and Amy Monroe of Columbia
  • Photogenic First Place - Kamden Corbin the son of Brandi Corbin from Campbellsville
  • Photogenic Second Place - Landon Stone the son of Brittany Schorman and Matt Stone from Columbia. -- with Kate Squires.

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Original tower coming down


2016-06-29 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Kim (flickr id: kgmmrb).
Kim writes, "Daddy (Charles Marshall) with the original water tower after it had been brought down. This is when Columbia got the golf ball looking water tower at Lindsey Wilson College." Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr.

Paired photo: Columbia Water Tower

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