Kayla Manning, 14, a volunteer at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington, was one of eight teen hospital volunteers honored in September by then-Mayor Jim Newberry. The Lexington Catholic student plans to seek a career in the medical field.
Kayla Manning, 14, a volunteer at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington, was one of eight teen hospital volunteers honored in September by then-Mayor Jim Newberry. The Lexington Catholic student plans to seek a career in the medical field.
Kayla Manning, 14, a volunteer at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington, was one of eight teen hospital volunteers honored in September by then-Mayor Jim Newberry. The Lexington Catholic student plans to seek a career in the medical field.

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