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Blake Kennedy Aaron article on Adair chestnut trees published in Courier-Journal

2006-03-27 - Columbia, Adair CO, KY - Photo staff. An article by Blake Kennedy Aaron, 11, a sixth grade student at John Adair Intermediate School in Columbia, KY, is in the Louisville Courier-Journal, today, Monday, March 27, 2006. The story is entitled "Chestnut trees try a comeback." It can be found in the Metro Section of the paper, at the bottom of page B3. The story is part of a regular series of essays in a feature called Kids Ink: What students are writing. There is a great photo of the young writer and a photo of an American chestnut. The caption says the tree is in Columbia, KY. Blake told us it is the famous chestnut tree on the Charles England farm on Bull Run RD. Print editions of the paper with the story were still available at various retail outlets and news racks around Columbia this morning. Blake is a regular contributor to
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