Anne Allen touches up the bench she worked on with students from the Sayre Middle School at the old bus depot on Tuesday. The bench is a depiction of "All Rise: A History of Sayre School" by William T. Williams. The benches are going to be previewed on Friday in Gratz Park and then dispersed around Lexington for display into November.
Anne Allen touches up the bench she worked on with students from the Sayre Middle School at the old bus depot on Tuesday. The bench is a depiction of "All Rise: A History of Sayre School" by William T. Williams. The benches are going to be previewed on Friday in Gratz Park and then dispersed around Lexington for display into November. Silas Walker swalker@herald-leader.com
Anne Allen touches up the bench she worked on with students from the Sayre Middle School at the old bus depot on Tuesday. The bench is a depiction of "All Rise: A History of Sayre School" by William T. Williams. The benches are going to be previewed on Friday in Gratz Park and then dispersed around Lexington for display into November. Silas Walker swalker@herald-leader.com

Book Benches unite Kentucky artists and authors, illustrate ties to literature

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