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The Old Metcalfe County High School Building print

2014-08-31 - 100 Hornet Avenue, Edmonton, KY - Photo drawing by Laurie McMurtrey Butler. Framable prints of this drawing by Laurie McMurtrey Butler of the original Metcalfe County High school ( 1958-1994) will be for sale, along with shirts with this design, plus bricks can be reserved as well as lockers). Today, Sunday, August 31, 2014, from 1pmCT to 4pmCT, the Metcalfe County School Board and Dr. Benny Lile are hosting a "Final Tour" of the building at 100 Hornet Avenue, Edmonton, KY (school fronts on US 68/80, W Stockton Street) of the one time Metcalfe County High School, later Metcalfe County Middle School, which is a walking tour through the building before demolition begins in September. - Carol Perkins Walk through from 1-4 on Sunday, Aug 31st and meet and greet former teachers. - Carol Perkins
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