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Adair County High School Student Ambassaadors at State Capitol

2014-02-24 - Kentucky State Capitol, 700 Capitol Avenue Loop, Frankfort, KY - Photo by Donna Young, Ann Young.
ACHS Student Ambassadors
on the Steps of the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort, KY - Shown here in no order are Hannah Absher, Laura Akin, Natalie Bertram, Ethan Brown, Elliot Burton, Taylor Burton, Kyndal Caldwell, Spencer Claypool, Kate Durham, Kayla Garrison, Kaitlyn Grant, Austin Hatcher, Jake Hixson, Elizabeth McGaha, Sarah McQuaide, Madelyn Murrell, Ashton Nixon, Beth Owens, Emily Peck, Ana Perez, Tessa Pyles, Marshall Shelley, Ashley Simpson, Rachel Stephens, Trevor Stonecypher and the ACMS Leadership Team members Jadie Smith, Maddie Harmon, Meredith Compton, Maggie Young, Kyla Kessler, Lauren McQuaide, Sam Baker on the steps within the State Capital along with our State Representative John “Bam” Carney. - Shamarie Claiborne

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