Hanan Froukh with her husband, Ayman, and two of their three sons: Fouad, left, who owns Cuts on Lime barber shop, and Ziad, a recent STEAM Academy graduate now enrolled at the University of Kentucky. A third son, Abdallah, is in Ramallah, a Palestinian city near Jerusalem, studying dessert-making so he and his father can open a Lexington bakery specializing in Middle Eastern sweets.
Hanan Froukh with her husband, Ayman, and two of their three sons: Fouad, left, who owns Cuts on Lime barber shop, and Ziad, a recent STEAM Academy graduate now enrolled at the University of Kentucky. A third son, Abdallah, is in Ramallah, a Palestinian city near Jerusalem, studying dessert-making so he and his father can open a Lexington bakery specializing in Middle Eastern sweets. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com
Hanan Froukh with her husband, Ayman, and two of their three sons: Fouad, left, who owns Cuts on Lime barber shop, and Ziad, a recent STEAM Academy graduate now enrolled at the University of Kentucky. A third son, Abdallah, is in Ramallah, a Palestinian city near Jerusalem, studying dessert-making so he and his father can open a Lexington bakery specializing in Middle Eastern sweets. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com

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