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Commencement Exercises, Adair County High School 2013

2013-05-25 - John Burr Memorial Gymnasium, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Melissa Stone. The John Burr Memorial Gymnasium was packed for the 2013 Adair County High School Commencement exercises last night, Friday, May 24, 2013. High School. On the stage seated behind the speaker, Principal Troy Young, are school board members, Joe Payne (3), Floyd Burton (4), Greg Willis (5), Quinn Lasley (2), and Mike Harris (5), Superintendent Alan W. Reed and Assistant Principal Travis Gay. The speakers were Salutatorian Cody Giles and Valedictorian Heather Jackson. Some say it was the most beautiful commencement exercise they had ever attended.
See also: Congratulations to the ACHS Class of 2013
Click here for photos and bios for all the students graduating in 2013 on our special
Congratulations Page.

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