Abraham Lincoln presenter Jim Sayre stood near the new Lincoln mural on Water Street in Lexington. It was painted last month by Brazilian artist  Eduardo Kobra on the 60-foot-tall back wall of The Kentucky Theatre building. Sayre, a Lawrenceburg native, has been a Lincoln presenter for more than 30 years and has been part of the Kentucky Chautauqua program since 2007. His audiences have ranged from kids to then-first lady Laura Bush.
Abraham Lincoln presenter Jim Sayre stood near the new Lincoln mural on Water Street in Lexington. It was painted last month by Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra on the 60-foot-tall back wall of The Kentucky Theatre building. Sayre, a Lawrenceburg native, has been a Lincoln presenter for more than 30 years and has been part of the Kentucky Chautauqua program since 2007. His audiences have ranged from kids to then-first lady Laura Bush. Herald-Leader
Abraham Lincoln presenter Jim Sayre stood near the new Lincoln mural on Water Street in Lexington. It was painted last month by Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra on the 60-foot-tall back wall of The Kentucky Theatre building. Sayre, a Lawrenceburg native, has been a Lincoln presenter for more than 30 years and has been part of the Kentucky Chautauqua program since 2007. His audiences have ranged from kids to then-first lady Laura Bush. Herald-Leader

Anderson County man entertains and informs thousands as Abraham Lincoln

December 25, 2013 10:11 PM

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