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MEMORIES of KNIFLEY, SCHO0L No. 11. The last graduates 2006

2006-04-21 - Knifley, Adair CO, KY - Photo Ed Waggener. HISTORIC GROUP at Knifley Grade Center. (Photo No. 11. Knifley) This is the last class which will ever graduate from Knifley Grade Center. Next year, the students will transfer to school on the Adair County School District Main Campus in Columbia. The students have great memories of the school, which will be carried, along with historical material supplied by Donald Knifley over the next few days. FRONT, from left to right: Leeann Helm, Dillon Willis, Ashley Peterson, Whitney Johnson, Haley Luttrell, Sherry Brockman, Amanda Greer, Chelsea Beard (she standing on the end in front) BACK: Nicholas Humphress, Daniel Humphress, Toby Pendleton, Kent Greer, Tony Gabehart, and Ashton Lee. Special thanks to Donald Knifley, Principal Robbie Harmon, Jennifer Hardin and all the teachers, staff, and students for help in assembling the material which will follow later.
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