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ACMS Group Photo: Kentucky Stamp Design winners

2014-01-30 - ACMS, 322 Gen. John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo. Winners in the Design Kentucky's Postage Stamp competition at ACMS In no particular order - First period boy winners included Ty Cheatham 1st, Walter Baker 2nd, Devon Karnes 3rd while the girls were Elizabeth Bair 1st, Emma Grider 2nd, Caylee Hardin 3rd. Second period boy winners were Noah Abrell 1st, Dominic Sanford 2nd, Jacoby Abrell 3rd while the girls were Madelyn Harmon 1st, Mackenzie Coomer 2nd, Hannah Brown 3rd. Third period boy winners were David Adams 1st, Jacob Morrison 2nd, Riley Rogers 3rd while the girls were Dana Greer 1st, Natalie Curry 2nd, Shelby Jones 3rd. Fourth Period boy winners Michael Hancock 1st, Jakobe Payne 2nd, Gavin Bloyd 3rd while the girls were Lauren Grant 1st, Kaylee Robinson 2nd, Macy Brown 3rd. The overall boy winner was Jonathan Wood and the overall girl winner was Jeanene Pike. - Shamarie Claiborne, Media Publicity Coordinator, Adair County School District
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