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Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue
Adopt-A-Highway





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THE UNITED STATES Air Force Recruiting Office, which serves eight Eastern Kentucky counties, is the newest member of Highway District 12’s Adopt-a-Highway Program. Once a month, recruits from Pike, Letcher, Perry, Knott, Floyd, Magoffin, Johnson and Martin counties will be picking up litter from a section of U.S. 23 in Pike County that extends from the north Cut-Thru interchange to Buckley’s Creek, according to Staff Sergeant Anthony “Biff” Graham, an Air Force recruiter stationed in Pikeville. Pictured at the newly installed Adopt-a-Highway sign are, from left, Ruby Bowling, AAH assistant coordinator for District 12; Shawn Ray, engineering scholarship student and summer intern at District 12; Sgt. Graham; Jerry D. Lowe, District 12 AAH coordinator, and Air Force Sgt. Robert Parker. The Air Force Recruiting Office is located at 120 Pike Street, Suite 2, and can be reached at 606-437-7708. In addition, Sgt. Graham can be reached through e-mail at anthony.graham@rs.af.mil.


















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