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Crusade Chair presents $49,000 check to AC Board of Education

2017-07-21 - Adair County Board of Education Conference Room, 1204 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener,
Charlie Crawhorn, Adair County Crusade for Children chair, left, and Kim Pelly, chair of Kody's 5K run, flank Anita Goode, Director of Special Education for the Adair County Schools as she accepts a ceremonial check for $49,000 from the crusade. Chairman Crawhorn announced an ambitious goal to set a record for the crusade - over $55,000 - in the drive for 2018. The Crusade has an early start, and plans a number of special events new to the crusade this year. Kim Pelly, at right, Kody Pelly's mother, told the board about the progress of Kody's 5K run, now in it's 4th year, and plans for this year's event. - EW

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