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2012 ADAIR Band Seniors

2012-09-15 - Adair County High School, Columbia, KY - Photo by Debbie Cowan. ADAIR Band Seniors. - The seniors are, not in order: Cole Beard - Alto Saxophone, Tyler Bolin - Tuba, Eli Coomer - Drumline, Leslie Cowan - Flute, Kaitlyn Crawhorn - Flute, Sara Davis - Clarinet, Josh Epperson - Tuba, Alison Feese - Alto Saxophone, Jared Giles - Drumline, Cody Herbst - Baritone, Sarah Howard - Color Guard, Jordan Humphress - Alto Saxophone, Hayley Knifley - Drum Major, Elizabeth Melton - Trumpet, Thomas Murrell - Baritone, Jamika Payne - Trumpet, Kylie Rayburn - Flute, Noah Richard - Percussion (not pictured), Brittney Scott - Color Guard, Nick Tupman - Drumline, and Paige Waddle - Color Guard, - Debbie Cowan Fans out on KY 55 can wave to them as they climb Trinity Hill a little past 8:30amCT this morning, Saturday, September 15, 2012, on Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY, when the impressive caravan carrying ADAIR Band starts its trip to the Eagle Classic in Louisville today.
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