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David Jones presents plaque to Jobe Darnell

2009-12-09 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. David Jones, Director of Pupil Transportation for the Adair County School District, came before the court to present a plaque to Adair County Roads Supervisor Jobe Darnell, as thanks for the tremendous job the Adair County Road Department has done. Jones told the court that he appreciated, from the bottom of his heart, the extraordinary job the department has done to keep the roads open and safe. He said before the meeting that he had never seen Adair County Roads in better shape than they have been in the last four years. The plaque reads, "Presented to JOBE DARNELL. In Appreciation For Your Outstanding Efforts to Help In Making Our Children's Rides To And From School Safer. Adair County Bus Drivers 2009."
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