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Big moment: Dr. Stephens presents ACHS diploma to Kenny Davis



2017-10-22 - Creekside Barn, 1181 Gradyville Country Club Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The huge smile on Kenny Davis' face told the story of the night as Superintendent Pam Stephens congratulated him - even apologizing that it had taken so long - as the President of the Class of 1962 beamed even more. There were chokes and tears of joy, and applause from classmates, and fellow Adair County High School students witnessed one of the great moments in the history of the Adair County Educational System. Kenny Davis, for his part, told Dr. Stephens that an apology was not needed, that he was just thankful to be recognized as a graduate. - EW


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