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Shamarie Claiborne: Coolest place in town, Indian Cafe II

2013-08-14 - Adair County Middle School, 322 Gen. John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co School District.
The coolest place to eat in town is now the Adair County Middle School Cafeteria hence forth known as Indian Cafe. Teachers Troy Long, Sommer Brown, and Katie Campbell used their creative talents to completely make-over the cafeteria. It has tons of really interesting things in it like uniforms from ACMS teams and the band, wonderful artwork, and a theme of rock n roll sprinkled throughout. It is truly the most interesting place to eat I have seen in a long time! If you have a chance - join your child for lunch at the hip new Indian Cafe. - Shamarie Claiborne, Adair County School District Media Promotions Coordinator. Paired photo See also: Shamarie Claiborne: Coolest place in town, Indian Cafe I

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