Carol Neal, founder and director of Little Elks Pre-School at South Elkhorn Christian Church, is retiring after 43 years. A reunion of some of the preschool's estimated 3,000 alumni is planned at the church on April 14. Photo by Tom Eblen | Staff
Carol Neal, founder and director of Little Elks Pre-School at South Elkhorn Christian Church, is retiring after 43 years. A reunion of some of the preschool's estimated 3,000 alumni is planned at the church on April 14. Photo by Tom Eblen | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader
Carol Neal, founder and director of Little Elks Pre-School at South Elkhorn Christian Church, is retiring after 43 years. A reunion of some of the preschool's estimated 3,000 alumni is planned at the church on April 14. Photo by Tom Eblen | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader

Little Elks Pre-School founder retires after 43 years

March 19, 2013 11:09 AM

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