Jerry Ginter got a hug in 1986 after he received his diploma from Woodford County High. He promised his mother, who died when he was 9, that he would graduate.
Jerry Ginter got a hug in 1986 after he received his diploma from Woodford County High. He promised his mother, who died when he was 9, that he would graduate. Herald-Leader
Jerry Ginter got a hug in 1986 after he received his diploma from Woodford County High. He promised his mother, who died when he was 9, that he would graduate. Herald-Leader

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