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ACES students visit local banks to thank them

Show appreciation for supporting them during K-Prep Tests
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By Holly Caldwell

Adair County Elementary School students visited the local banks to say "Thank you" for supporting them during the K-Prep Test last week. Each bank donated money to help The Better Together Tribe (Parent-teacher organization for Adair County Elementary School) to provide a nutritious snack each day of KPrep testing. - HOLLY CALDWELL



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ACES students visit United Citizens Bank



2017-05-17 - United Citizens Bank, 700 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by .
United Citizens Bank CEO Matt Loy and Adair County Elementary School students Cady Kimbler, Tristan Stotts, Anna Beth Sharpe, and Trina Nguyen. The students visited the bank to show appreciation for providing funds for nutritious meals during K-Prep testing week. - HOLLY CALDWELL

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ACES students visit Bank of Columbia



2017-05-17 - Bank of Columbia, 144 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Holly Caldwell.
Bank of Columbia CEO Chris Quinn with ACES students Anna Beth Sharpe, Caddy Kimbler, Trina Nguyen and Tristan Stotts. The students visited the bank to show appreciation for providing funds for nutritious meals during K-Prep testing week. - HOLLY CALDWELL

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ACES students visit Community Trust Bank



2017-05-17 - Community Trust Bank, 1005 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Holly Caldwell.
Community Trust CEO LeaAnn Collins with ACES students Anna Beth Sharpe, Tristan Stotts, Caddy Kimbler, and Trina Nguyen. The students visited the bank to show appreciation for providing funds for nutritious meals during K-Prep testing week. - HOLLY CALDWELL

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ACES students visit First & Farmers National Bank



2017-05-17 - First & Farmers National Bank, 224 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Holly Caldwell.
First and Farmers National Bank CEO Ann Martin with ACES students Anna Beth Sharpe, Tristan Stotts, Trina Nguyen, and Caddy Kimbler. The students visited the bank to show appreciation for providing funds for nutritious meals during K-Prep testing week. - HOLLY CALDWELL


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