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Greg Blair, for Speaking through Silence

2012-11-14 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Greg Blair leaves the Adair Annex meeting room following Antoine Rouse's presentation of Project Lifesaver. Blair is one of the founding members of Speaking Through Silence, an autism support group organized and founded in Columbia, KY. The group's latest initiative, a relatively low cost GPS tracking system to protect those with autism and Alzheimer's, was warmly received by Adair Fiscal Court at its regular November 13, 2012 meeting. Others seen in this photo are clockwise from CJE Ann Melton, standing, Adair County Treasurer Barry Corbin, County Attorney Jennifer Hutchison Corbin, and Magistrates Billy Dean Coffey (District 5), Joe Rogers (6), and Billy Rowe (7).

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