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ACPC Camp Rocket students visit Pyles Family Farm

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By Dana Harmon, Director, Camp Rocket

Adair County Primary Center students participating in Camp Rocket were guests today, June 7, 2018, at the Pyles Family Farm on Pelham Branch Road.

They helped to feed the animals, petted some of the friendlier ones and cooled off with popsicles before heading back to the school.

Everyone had a great time and enjoyed getting out and enjoying this beautiful day in the country.

Students participating were Aiden Long, Brooklyn Smith, Londyn Patterson, Jasmyn Smith, Ali Simpson, Jayden Wilkerson, Kayden Wilkerson, Aisyn Davis, Carson Coomer, Camden Brockman, Stella Hatcher, Sidiney Foster, Ian Cross, Grif Powell, Hidden, Jada Stotts, Jaxton McQueary, Riley Johnson, Destiny Rhoades, Mackenzie Miller, Abigail Coomer, Emma Burton, Landon Cook. Matthew Miller, Caleb Turner, Hudson Hancock, Chase St. Andrew, Sallie Ballou, Leah Howard, Breanna Phipps, Ariana Davis and Carson Cooper.

This story was posted on 2018-06-07 15:47:05
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