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Themed signs on dramatically changing AC School campus

2013-08-01 - ACPC, 158 Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. While watching the rigging crew install the old Columbia Grade Center Bell as the central art piece in the new Adair County Primary Center, the installation of a new sign stood out. It is consistent with the theme of same purpose signs at the other classroom buildings. Important events, achievements, and recognitions will be posted on the sign - and often photographed - by ACPC Principal Patty Jones, if the tradition carries over, as expected from Col. Wm Casey, the elementay school which has seen its last year of service. The Countdown to the First Day of Classes August 14, 2013, is now just 13 days. Clicking Readmore accesses the bell installation photo album.
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