James and Marie Poole, back, and their children, Victoria and James, moved into their new Lexington home this summer. "We've  managed to meld into the community," James Poole said of his family, which has lived in Lexington since fleeing Hurricane Katrina.
James and Marie Poole, back, and their children, Victoria and James, moved into their new Lexington home this summer. "We've managed to meld into the community," James Poole said of his family, which has lived in Lexington since fleeing Hurricane Katrina.
James and Marie Poole, back, and their children, Victoria and James, moved into their new Lexington home this summer. "We've managed to meld into the community," James Poole said of his family, which has lived in Lexington since fleeing Hurricane Katrina.

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August 23, 2010 12:00 AM

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