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Part of the show stoppers from Adair County Primary Center

2014-03-21 - 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo CM staff photo. A hard act to follow, and they were first on the show bill -
About half the troupe
who stole the show at the Adair County board meeting last night areFrom left: Isaiah Brown, Tristan Stotts, Gabby Kemp, JT Loy, Kaylee Vance, all from Adair County Primary Center. They were joined by others not pictured, including Natalie Sneed, Isaiah Brown, Xavier Rodriguez, Natalie Bardin, Bryce Russell, and Tristan Stotts in the Pledge of Allegiance - and won the hearts of a packed Adair County Board of Education March 20, 2014 meeting audience. Behind the young scholars are Board Members Joe Payne (Div. 3) and Greg Willis (1). At appropriate breaks in the performance the children got at least three rounds of enthusiastic applause.

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