Ryan Barts has been a bagger at Kroger in Georgetown for three years. Barts, 22, is one of five Special Olympics athletes from Kentucky who will represent the state in the 2011 World Special Olympics in Greece. He will participate in track and field. Kroger officials are helping to raise money for his trip.
Ryan Barts has been a bagger at Kroger in Georgetown for three years. Barts, 22, is one of five Special Olympics athletes from Kentucky who will represent the state in the 2011 World Special Olympics in Greece. He will participate in track and field. Kroger officials are helping to raise money for his trip.
Ryan Barts has been a bagger at Kroger in Georgetown for three years. Barts, 22, is one of five Special Olympics athletes from Kentucky who will represent the state in the 2011 World Special Olympics in Greece. He will participate in track and field. Kroger officials are helping to raise money for his trip.

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