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Columbia Walmart stuffs the bus with school supplies

2013-08-29 - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo. This year our local Columbia Super Walmart sponsored a "Stuff the Bus" initiative which will benefit our Family Resource Centers and Youth Services Centers located in each school within the Adair County School District. Pictured accepting the bus are from left, Angie Smith (Family Resource Asst. Coordinator - ACPC, ACES), Paula Garrison (Family Resource Coordinator - ACPC), Alan Reed (Superintendant), David Jones (Transportation Director), Debbie Cowan (Family Resource Coordinator - ACES), Jaime White (Coordinator Youth Services Center ACMS, ACHS), and Debbie Dunn (Asst. Coordinator Youth Services Center ACMS, ACHS). A huge thank you to everyone who donated items to help the children of Adair County! - Shamarie Claiborne, for the Adair County, KY, School District
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