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Adair Education group with Rep. Kelly Flood

2014-06-05 - Adair Youth Development Center, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne, Adair Co. School District photo. Appreciation for Rep. Kelly Flood's efforts for State Agency Children - Sue Buley, Adair County Youth Development Center School Administrator, John Shelley, Adair County Board of Education Title I Director, Kentucky Representative Kelly Flood, and Dr. Ronnie Nolen, Director of the Kentucky Educational Collaborative for State Agency Children all toured the Adair County Youth Development Center and discussed the rewarding efforts of Rep. Flood. During the general assembly this year she was instrumental in securing one million extra dollars for educational needs of state agency children. The funds will be distributed across the state over the next two years to help students who are state agency children. One of the faculties that will benefit is the Adair County Youth Development Center. - SHAMARIE CLAIBORNE, Media Publicity Director, Adair County School District
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