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Adair FFA benefits from auction of donated items

2013-02-20 - 2536 Campbellsville Road, Columiba, KY - Photo by Diana Trejo. The Adair County High School FFA visited Dairy Express Services LLC, 2536 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY, where, a few weeks, ago Manager Josh Kemp held an auction at which local farmers and dairy industry representatives came and bid on donated auction items. The proceeds from the auction went to the Adair County FFA Chapter. Pictured above in the front row from left are Kelsey Pyles, Laura Willis, Cassie Burton, Amber Akers, Katelyn Moore, Sara Bault, Ashley Farmer. Back row from left: . Anna Perez, Josh Kemp-General Manager of Dairy Express Services, Brea Blair, Keisha Moss. - Information from Diana Trejo
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