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Ready for the prom - Adair County High School 2013

2013-04-21 - ACHS, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia KY - Photo CM staff photo. Adair County High School's John Burr Memorial Gymnasium was re-purposed into a ballroom this week for last night's 2013 Prom. This grand entrance, down the steps in front of the building, led to an "A Step Back in Time," wonderland. Each prom is three years in the making. Freshman start the planning that far in advance, raising funds for the events, which cost several thousand dollars to produce. In their junior year, the plan is executed, with students and their class advisors - this year teachers Chad Parnell and Robyn Mantooth - worked with the juniors to stage the extravaganza for the graduating seniors; knowing that next year, the juniors of today will be the honored guests.
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