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Dwayne Martin introduces String Program students

2013-04-19 - 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Adair County High School Teacher Dwayne Martin presented the Adair County String Program students before the performance of a melancholy number, "Ivan Sings" and a livelier piece by Johannes Brahms. Two freshmen performers, Kieren Ussery and Brittany Lee, accompanied Mr. Martin, much to the delight of the assembly at the regular Thursday, April 18, 2013, meeting of the Adair County School Board. Budget cuts have severely cut music programs, but groups such as this one have persevered, on their own. Restoring arts programs remains a goal of the district, but await better financial times.Paired Photo: See also Rising star ACHS freshmen musicians
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