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Indian Grounds is open at Adair County High School

A ribbon cutting grand opening celebration was held this week at "Indian Grounds," the new coffee shop in the Adair County High School Library.

Wes Irvin, Director of Special Education, said Indian Grounds is open until 1:30pmCT for ACHS staff and open to ACHS students during their Power Hour. He said they'd held a soft opening last week and raised $1,600.



Superintendent Pamela Stephens had the first coffee drinks in the celebration served to Jon Beard and Dustin Martin with Bluegrass Custom Concepts for their dedication and hard work installing the concrete slab counter and floors - at no charge.

She said these two had only asked that the school district make a donation to the prom as a contribution on behalf of their company - and that is being done.

The school's maintenance department was credited with having helped with the flooring, welding teacher Barney Taylor and his students worked with the steel and did the Indian Grounds sign from Ms. Davenport's design and help from the ACHS art department on the chalkboard menu board.


This story was posted on 2022-04-21 13:08:56
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Serving up first coffees



2022-04-21 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Adair County High School servers at the opening of Indian Grounds Coffee included Jennifer cross, at left, Aiden Pelston and Brooke Beard.

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Jon Beard and Dustin Martin given the first servings



2022-04-21 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Superintendent Pamela Stephens, at left, asked student servers to make the first coffee drinks in the celebration for "Jon Beard and Dustin Martin with Bluegrass Custom Concepts, at the bar, for their dedication and hard work installing the concrete slab counter and floors - at no charge."

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