PAL election victor 
Bryce Turner, 12, center, won the Lexington PAL (Police Athletic/Activities League) mentoring program's TeachAChild 2Vote election. Debora L. Lawson, PAL mentoring coordinator, taught the students about government, and PAL mentors and their students registered to vote in a mock voting lesson plan that helped familiarize students with voting. In the weeks before the election, students chose their candidates. Bryce, the son of Erica Turner of Lexington, won with the slogan, "I'm Bryce Turner and we gonna turn things around." He is pictured above with Lexington police Chief Ron Bastin, left, and Truman Marshall, Bryce's PAL mentor.
PAL election victor Bryce Turner, 12, center, won the Lexington PAL (Police Athletic/Activities League) mentoring program's TeachAChild 2Vote election. Debora L. Lawson, PAL mentoring coordinator, taught the students about government, and PAL mentors and their students registered to vote in a mock voting lesson plan that helped familiarize students with voting. In the weeks before the election, students chose their candidates. Bryce, the son of Erica Turner of Lexington, won with the slogan, "I'm Bryce Turner and we gonna turn things around." He is pictured above with Lexington police Chief Ron Bastin, left, and Truman Marshall, Bryce's PAL mentor.
PAL election victor Bryce Turner, 12, center, won the Lexington PAL (Police Athletic/Activities League) mentoring program's TeachAChild 2Vote election. Debora L. Lawson, PAL mentoring coordinator, taught the students about government, and PAL mentors and their students registered to vote in a mock voting lesson plan that helped familiarize students with voting. In the weeks before the election, students chose their candidates. Bryce, the son of Erica Turner of Lexington, won with the slogan, "I'm Bryce Turner and we gonna turn things around." He is pictured above with Lexington police Chief Ron Bastin, left, and Truman Marshall, Bryce's PAL mentor.

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