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School system recognizes all of the team

2013-08-23 - 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Everybody is on the same team, and the whole team was recognized at the Adair County School Board meeting, Tuesday, August 22, 2013. Superintendent Alan Reed said it was time to celebrate after a sustained effort to bring the new Adair County Primary Center on line. On left, Jackie Wethington (ACES); Adam Grider, ACMS; then Gabe Jones, Architect with Sherman-Barnhart Carter, Sondra Honaker, with Branscum Construction; and Terry Loy, Senior Construction Manager, Branscum Construction. Second row, from leftBehind, Junior Edrington ACPC. Olie Keith, standing, bus driver. From left, from doorway, Todd Corbin, Custodian, ACHS; Tommy Murray, Mechanic, Transportation; Mark Wright, Bus Driver. Anthony Ballou, Bus Driver. (Identification in progress)
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