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Lodge 839 donates hoverboards for ACMS attendance awards

By Tim Baker

Hood Masonic Lodge 839 recently supplied Adair County Middle Schools with four hoverboards to help promote attendance. The hoverboards were given away in a drawing in February. Winners were Preston Wilson, Brent Moore, Veronica Morgan and Karen Castrejon.




This story was posted on 2022-03-10 07:45:00
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ACMS Hoverboard winners, 1 of 2



2022-03-10 - Adair Co., KY - Photo by Tim Baker.
ACMS students Preston Wilson, Brent Moore, and Veronica Morgan with the hoverboards they won in a drawing for perfect attendance. The hoverboards were donated by Hood Masonic Lodge 839.

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ACMS Hoverboard winners, 2 of 2



2022-03-10 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Tim Baker.
ACMS student Karen Castrejon with the hoverboard she won in a drawing for perfect attendance. The hoverboards were donated by Hood Masonic Lodge 839.

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