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Returning Board Member has KSBA training, 8 years experience

2013-01-09 - 1204 Greensburg Road, Columbia, KY - Photo CM File Photo.
Greg Willis, appointed yesterday, January 8, 2013, by Kentucky Commissioner of Education Dr. Terry Holliday to fill the Division 1 vacancy on the Adair County School Board rejoins the board after a two year hiatus. In the right photo he is shown with a a just presented Kentucky School Board Training certificate for KSBA Level 3 training. At the time, he had almost completed Levels 4 & 5, the same certificates being presented at the Thursday, April 16 2009, school board meeting to Mike Harris, left in left photo, by then Superintendent Darrell Treece. Mr. Willis joins Chairman Floyd Burton (Division 4), Quin Lasley (Division 2), Joseph Payne (Division 3) and Mike Harris, (Division 5) for the board's regular Thursday, January 17, 2013, meeting.

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