Anthony Lewis, center left, a construction management student at Eastern Kentucky University, volunteered to judge the Block Kids Building Competition in February. Ralph Bright, 9, center right, a student at Meadowthorpe, explained his creation to Lewis as part of the judging process. Bright won first place.
Anthony Lewis, center left, a construction management student at Eastern Kentucky University, volunteered to judge the Block Kids Building Competition in February. Ralph Bright, 9, center right, a student at Meadowthorpe, explained his creation to Lewis as part of the judging process. Bright won first place.
Anthony Lewis, center left, a construction management student at Eastern Kentucky University, volunteered to judge the Block Kids Building Competition in February. Ralph Bright, 9, center right, a student at Meadowthorpe, explained his creation to Lewis as part of the judging process. Bright won first place.

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