Adele Prager, 85, took part in an art exhibit at Briarwood Apartments in Lexington last week. Prager successfully applied for a grant from the Kentucky Foundation for Women in 2010 to establish a free weekly art class for the residents of Briarwood.
Adele Prager, 85, took part in an art exhibit at Briarwood Apartments in Lexington last week. Prager successfully applied for a grant from the Kentucky Foundation for Women in 2010 to establish a free weekly art class for the residents of Briarwood. Lexington Herald-Leader
Adele Prager, 85, took part in an art exhibit at Briarwood Apartments in Lexington last week. Prager successfully applied for a grant from the Kentucky Foundation for Women in 2010 to establish a free weekly art class for the residents of Briarwood. Lexington Herald-Leader

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