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Ready for the Mark Twain today - Jax Kemp, Travis Hale

2013-08-24 - ACHS Football Stadium, 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo. Travis Hale, right and Jax Kemp left and the entire ADAIR drumline want to take this last opportunity make sure you don't miss out on the premier performance of the ADAIR 2013 Show entitled "Walk this Way"! ADAIR takes the field after 15 others band and will be followed by the Lindsey Wilson College Marching Band, so come on out to the Mark Twain Marching Exhibition today! It gets underway at 3:15pmCT, at the Adair County High School Football Stadium, 623 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY. Jax is the son of Jennifer (Bryant) & Josh Kemp. Travis is the son of Carolyn and Anthony Hale. Thanks, Columbia/Adair County for the huge welcome you're giving the 17 visiting High Schools and for showing our best Adair County hospitality. As a bonus for local citizens, today's a good day to come out and see the transformation of our beautiful campus. We're already busting with pride with the new look. - Sharmarie Claiborne. Clicking ReadMore accesses story with lineup. ADAIR and Lindsey Wilson perform last this evening.
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