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Scholars make presentations at 16 Apr 2015 board meeting



2015-04-17 - 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo Ed Waggener.
The Adair County School Board recognized - and heard from - the 2014-2015 Governors' Scholars and Rogers' Scholar. From left: Riley Grant, Aaran Taylor, and Sarah McQuaide, all Governors' Scholars who attended the program at Murray State University, and Destiny Kinnett, Rogers Scholar. Two Governors' Scholars, Jessi Taylor and Timothy Watson, were not present. Each of the scholars above gave a brief statement of their experience this past summer and what that experience is already doing for them in their lives. - EW

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