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1997-12-24 - Photo Staff. Adair Community Workshop ChoirTHE ADAIR COMMUNITY WORKSHOP CHOIR, under the direction of Brother Leonard Bell, gave a special performance at Adair County High School's evening at the arts. Choir members pictured above include: Joyce Bradshaw, (Saint)-Joseph Williams from Elizabethtown, Phyllis Winfrey, Della Hughes, Donna Frazier, Louise Barnett, Campbellsville, Bro. Bell, Ann Smith, Yolanda Bradshaw, and Geraldine Miller. Also performing, but not pictured, were Alldean Walkup and Renee Smith. The Choir was warmly received by a crowd estimated at 150 students, teachers and family members. (Story and photos by Linda Waggener)This item first appeared in Issue 18 of the print edition of Columbia! Magazine.
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