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ACHS senior accepts Horatio Alger scholarship in Washington, DC

Jackson is one of only 105 High School Seniors in nation to receive award
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Adair County High School Senior, Eli Jackson, Columbia, KY, was in Washington, DC this week to accept a National Scholarship from the Horatio Alger Association.

Eli is one of approximately 105 high school seniors in the nation to receive this prestigious award.

While there, he met with several members of the organization including Supreme Court Judge Clarence Thomas and Tom Selleck. Trish Zatkoff




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Eli Jackson and Tom Selleck at Horatio Alger event



2016-04-03 - Washington, DC - Photo from Trish Zatkoff.
Adair County High School Senior, Eli Jackson, Columbia, KY, was in Washington, DC this week to accept a National Scholarship from the Horatio Alger Association, one of approximately 105 high school seniors from across the nation to receive this prestigious award. While there, he met with several members of the organization including Supreme Court Judge Clarence Thomas and Tom Selleck. Trish Zatkoff

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