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Sophomore & Veteran Bailey Harris watches over youngsters

2013-09-30 - Nelson Co. High School, 1070 Bloomfield Road, Bardstown, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, ADAIR BAND photo. Anyone who has ever been around the kids say they seem like a big family. Well they are due to the fact that they spend so much time together. This little circle was just one of dozens during the down time between performances. Sophomore Bailey Harris a veteran marcher who started when she was an 8th grader is surrounded by first year kids. Bailey is a great leader and helps the others because she remembers all to well her own first year and is always willing to help in anyway she can even if it is entertaining them between shows. 7th grader Rachel Parrish is resting in her lap. Some of the others you can only see parts of are Dylan and Travis Hale, Nick Taylor, and Morgan Harvey who are all 7th and 8th graders.
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