Facilitator Dana Glass, left, and mobile site supervisor Lilly Sullivan sat inside the StoryCorps trailer, which has been parked outside the Lexington History Center since May 21.
Facilitator Dana Glass, left, and mobile site supervisor Lilly Sullivan sat inside the StoryCorps trailer, which has been parked outside the Lexington History Center since May 21.
Facilitator Dana Glass, left, and mobile site supervisor Lilly Sullivan sat inside the StoryCorps trailer, which has been parked outside the Lexington History Center since May 21.

More than 300 in Lexington have told stories at StoryCorps booth

June 20, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 20, 2011 10:37 AM

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