Ukrainian gymnast Olga Goroh, who spent seven months in Central Kentucky recuperating from a circus injury, cut the SpongeBob birthday cake made by her house mother, Tonya Svintozelskaya, during a surprise birthday and farewell party for Olga last month. Looking on were Diana Moskalyuk, 15; David Gorash, 16; David Boyko, 20; Vadim Linnik, 19; William Zhurko, 18; and Johnny Gorash, 19, all of Nicholasville.
Ukrainian gymnast Olga Goroh, who spent seven months in Central Kentucky recuperating from a circus injury, cut the SpongeBob birthday cake made by her house mother, Tonya Svintozelskaya, during a surprise birthday and farewell party for Olga last month. Looking on were Diana Moskalyuk, 15; David Gorash, 16; David Boyko, 20; Vadim Linnik, 19; William Zhurko, 18; and Johnny Gorash, 19, all of Nicholasville. Herald-Leader
Ukrainian gymnast Olga Goroh, who spent seven months in Central Kentucky recuperating from a circus injury, cut the SpongeBob birthday cake made by her house mother, Tonya Svintozelskaya, during a surprise birthday and farewell party for Olga last month. Looking on were Diana Moskalyuk, 15; David Gorash, 16; David Boyko, 20; Vadim Linnik, 19; William Zhurko, 18; and Johnny Gorash, 19, all of Nicholasville. Herald-Leader

Ukrainian gymnast finds a temporary home with Central Kentuckians

April 30, 2014 11:46 AM

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