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ACHS Environmental Sciences Class transplants

2013-08-27 - Indian Arboretum, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo. Students in Sheila Willis' Environmental Science class planted KY native plants in the Indian Pride Arboretum on Tuesday, August 27, 2013. The plants were grown to transplant size by Alicia Bosela, the mother of one of Mrs. Willis' students. The students were not afraid to get their hands dirty and accomplished the task in one class period. Members of the class are Andrew Melson, Cosmo Bosela, Evan Shirley, Alex Janes, Brittany McLean, Shane Adams, Amanda Norfolk and LWC student teacher, Kasey Litzinger. Pictured from left: Brittany McLean, Amanda Northrup (bent over), Kasey Litzinger (LWC), Sheila Willis, and Cosmo Boselo. - Shamarie Claiborne, Adair County School District Media
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