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Field Day: Touch Time


2014-10-30 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Joshua Williams, Campbellsville University. It's touch time to break through barriers -- from left are Majestee Hughes, Nich Russell, Drue Hodges and Logan Westmorland, Green County High School.
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Field Day: Taylor County High School


2014-10-30 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Joshua Williams, Campbellsville University. Taylor County High School visitors at Clay Hill Memorial Forest last week included teacher Sue Dillery, Belinda Cheng, Carolyn Bast, Jacob Ferrante, Abby Spurling, Will Cox, Tori Daugherty, Nathan Mink, Amelia Newton and Rebekah Cowherd.
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Field Day: Green County High School


2014-10-30 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Joshua Williams, Campbellsville University. Green County High School visitors at Clay Hill Memorial Forest last week included: Ms. Melissa Bright, Austin Matney, Logan Westmoreland, Drue Hodges, Nicholas Russell, Drew Collison, Majestee Hughes, Allie Sidebottom, and Mrs. Laura Bishop Cash.
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Field Day: Adair County High School


2014-10-30 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Joshua Williams, Campbellsville University. Adair County visitors at Clay Hill Memorial Forest last week included: science teacher Sheila Willis, Eli Jackson, Troy Warren, Amber Curry, Kristany Roe, Monica Butler and Marcus Gaither.
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Field Day: Lebanon Middle School


2014-10-30 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Joshua Williams, Campbellsville University. Lebanon Middle School visitors at Clay Hill Memorial Forest last week included: Cheryl May(teacher), Jenya Loughney, Morgan Garrett, Wesley Dye, Tanner Barker, Elissa Turpin, Mason Sullivan, Victoria Coon, Alysson Coffman, Emallee Isabelle, Alanna Colvin, Cameron Cox, Austin Robbins, Cheyanne Raikes, Zoe Price, Tristian Magana, William Spalding.
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