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Adair Co. Bus Driver Appreciation Breakfast

By Donna Grant

On Thursday, October 28, 2021, Adair County Transportation Director Steve Burton had breakfast for bus drivers and bus monitors.

In the photo with bus drivers and Mr. Burton are Bank Representatives Andrea Waggener and Mandy Withers Cross. The local banks, Bank of Columbia, United Citizens Bank, Community Trust Bank, and First and Farmers Bank gave shirts out to every bus driver to show their appreciation.

Ms. Pam Hancock with McDonalds gave each bus driver a Value Meal Card.

On behalf of myself, Steve Burton, and all of our bus drivers we want to say "Thank You" to everyone for showing their appreciation. Bus driving is not always an easy job but it is a rewarding one. Adair County is Blessed to have the absolute best great crew of drivers!




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Bus Driver Appreciation Breakfast



2021-10-28 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy Donna Grant.
On Thursday, October 28, 2021, Adair County Transportation Director Steve Burton had breakfast for bus drivers and bus monitors. In the photo with bus drivers and Mr. Burton are Bank Representatives Andrea Waggener and Mandy Withers Cross.

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ACMS Bus Driver Appreciation



2021-11-02 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Deb Waddell.
Adair County Middle School celebrates AC bus drivers with a message, "We wheelie appreciate you!" Students worked with Ms. Loy to put together a treat bag for every bus driver. They were treated to sausage biscuits from McDonalds, a free Sonic cheeseburger, a free Frosty from Wendy's and a free drink from Speedway. Thank you to these groups for providing the treats. - Deb

In the group photo left to right: Rodney Morgerson-Principal, Tim Bottoms-Bus Driver, Ariana Davis, Peyton Denton, Marley Jo Corbin, Conway Loy-Bus Driver, Roy Ingram-Bus Driver, Tristyn Burton and Leighann Loy-PASS Program Coordinator.

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Treat bags for bus drivers



2021-11-02 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Deb Waddell.
Adair County Middle School students recently put together treat bags for AC bus drivers, which included certificates for free treats from lots of local businesses.

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ACMS Bus Driver Appreciation



2021-11-02 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Deb Waddell.
Adair County Middle School students Tristyn Burton, Marley Jo Corbin, Ariana Davis, and Peyton Denton delivered gift bags to bus drivers to show their appreciation. Drivers were treated to sausage biscuits from McDonalds, a free Sonic cheeseburger, a free Frosty from Wendy's and a free drink from Speedway.

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