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Project Graduation 2016: A safe, fun place to celebrate

By LeAnna Bennett

The 2016 ACHS Project Graduation festivities will be on May 27, 2016 at the Adair County High School gymnasium, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY.The doors will open approximately 30 minutes after graduation is over and will close at 10:30pmCT.

For the safety of the students, no one will be allowed to enter once the doors are closed. All Juniors and Seniors who plan on attending must be at the gym no later than 10:30pm, and will be expected to stay until Project graduation ends at 2amCT.

If a student should need to leave before 2amCT, a parent will be contacted before the student will be allowed to exit the premises.

Throughout the night, students will be able to participate in fun games, contest, and activities.

Food will be provided at no charge. Money and prizes will be given away throughout the night, and students must be present to win.

This year's activities include hamster ball races, laser tag, wrecking ball, and Minute to Win It games.

Project Graduation is a safe, fun and drug free celebration for the ACHS graduating seniors and junior class.

If anyone would like any more information, please contact LeAnna Bennett at 270-250-2261.

This story was posted on 2016-05-25 19:59:07
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