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The Little Red School House painting focal point in ACMS

2013-01-21 - ACMS, 322 Gen. John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo painting by Rocky Yarberry, Wilbert Branham. This painting, of The Little Red Schoolhouse has been modified with the letters "ACMS" and is a focal art piece in the lobby of Adair County Middle School. It ties the school back to its beginning as Adair County High School. Students Rocky Yarberry and Wilbert Branham painted the Little Red School House, while students at Adair County High. At Adair County Elementary, there is cutaway from an actual school bus in the lobby of the school as art which connects to the past. Now, the bell from the old Columbia Graded and High School will be the art as a reminder of a tradition when the Adair County Primary Center opens in the fall of 2013.
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