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Countdown to School: What a difference a day makes



2013-07-25 - Booster Field, 224 Gen. John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo. What a Difference a Day Made: A the new school year approaches, with students' first day of class coming in just 20 days, everyday the campus takes on a changed look. The photo above shows Booster Field after the old UK/Stoll Field to Russell County High to Booster Field bleachers were totally removed, leaving only "the crow's nest" - what we Band Parents call the tower. It will be renovated and painted, and new bleachers are being installed which will accommodate 570 home fans and new portable bleachers will be installed on the visitor's side. The work will be completed shortly after the school opening. Clicking ReadMore accesesses the full schedule of pre-opening events and opening day schedule.
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