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Debbie Selby: Sad to see old bus garage coming down

Has good memories of when her father, Lucian Edwards, and Athur Scott, Carl Dickson and Arnold Burton worked there

Debbie Selby writes:
So sad to see the old bus garage coming down. My father, Lucian Edwards, spent many hard working hours in that building. He was one of the first mechanics to work in that building. He worked for the Adair County Board of Education for more than 42 years. During his tenure, he worked with other mechanics Arthur Scott, Carl Dickson, and Arnold Burton. I have many great memories of the old garage --Debbie Selby

Comments re photo 70368 Stage of Demolition Old bus garage in perspective 27 Dec 2016



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