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Adult Education Center 2014 GED Graduation - Group Photo

2014-02-28 - Hodge Center, 402 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo By CM staff. The Adair County Adult Education Center award GED High School Diplomas to 40 graduates last night at Lindsey Wilson College. Among those in attendance (Graduates unless otherwise noted) were From left: Dwayne Hadley (staff), Everett Luttrell, Pamela Miller (with Dalton Crawford), Kim Curry, Felicia Leischner(staff), Rickey Rodgers, Sarah Curry(staff), Andrew Wiley(staff) Amber Foster, Jerry McAllister, Krissa Powell, Gail Passmore, Lindsey Edwards, LeAnna Bennett (staff), Mackenzie Minton (staff). The 40 graduates completed requirements between July 1 and December 31, 2013. The pace is almost double the previous year, when, in a 12 month period, 41 graduated. -Felicia Leischner
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