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Welding Class constructs mailbox for Letters to Santa

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Preparation continues for this year's Drive-Through Christmas, which is planned to start on December 10, 2021, at the Little League Park on Joe Johnson Road. The welding class at the Adair County High School--under the direction of Barney Taylor--have constructed a mailbox that will be used to drop off letters to Santa Claus during the event. Students participating were: Skyler Hare, Conor Smith, Jarrett Janes and Preston Edwards.

Every child that drops a letter in the mailbox prior to December 21 (with their name and address) will be responded to before the Christmas holiday.

"We appreciate Mr. Taylor, the Adair County High School welding class, and these students for helping us make this year's Drive-Through a success," said Mayor Pamela Hoots.

This story was posted on 2021-11-19 13:51:30
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Welding Class constructs mailbox for Letters to Santa

2021-11-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo courtesy City of Columbia.
Welding students Skyler Hare, Conor Smith, Jarrett Janes and Preston Edwards with Columbia Mayor Pam Hoots and the mailbox they constructed for this year's Drive-Through Christmas.

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