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Trent Booher: Always smiling - even more today

The Adair County School district campus is looking it's best now. More than ever, it's compared to pretty college campuses and it's become a part of the everyday life of Adair Countians with its parklike setting. Trent Booher is one of the big reasons the campus - "the precious gem it has transformed into over the past few years," is now a destination not only for students, teachers and staff, but the community, and other community's wanting to emulate the success here.
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By Shamarie Harper

Yesterday with the wonderful weather, David Jones, Director of Transportation/Maintenance, had members of his staff out mowing.

Stffer Trent Booher always has a smile on his face, but yesterday it was a little brighter than usual.



I think everyone feels spring in the air, and in no time our campus will be green, blooming, and looking like the precious gem it has transformed into over the past few years.

The key to that transformation is simple: our district has dedicated employees who love their jobs and give 110 percent at all times, Trent being one of those employees!

Shamarie Harper is Adair County Schools Media PR/Technology Resourse Teacher/Migrant Recruiter



This story was posted on 2016-03-31 08:40:26
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Trent Booher: Out mowing with a smile on his face



2016-03-31 - ACMS, 322 Gen. John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Shamarie Harper, Adair County Schools Media PR/Technology Resourse Teacher/Migrant Recruiter.
Yesterday with the wonderful weather, David Jones, Director of Transportation/Maintenance, had members of his staff out mowing. Trent Booher always has a smile on his face but yesterday it was a little brighter than usual. - Shamarie Harper

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