Hannah McClure Elementary (Winchester)  4th graders Kolby Brannock, left, and Ashleigh Ware, right, and their fellow students, cheered along with the UK cheereladers during "Feed the Mind", an event to promote and celebrate reading and childhood literacy, held in Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky., Friday, March 01, 2013. In addition to providing  1000's of 4th grade students with a healthy lunch and a free book to take home, the the event featured motivational discussions with both a Kentucky childrenÕs author, as well as First Lady Jane Beshear. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Hannah McClure Elementary (Winchester) 4th graders Kolby Brannock, left, and Ashleigh Ware, right, and their fellow students, cheered along with the UK cheereladers during "Feed the Mind", an event to promote and celebrate reading and childhood literacy, held in Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky., Friday, March 01, 2013. In addition to providing 1000's of 4th grade students with a healthy lunch and a free book to take home, the the event featured motivational discussions with both a Kentucky childrenÕs author, as well as First Lady Jane Beshear. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Hannah McClure Elementary (Winchester) 4th graders Kolby Brannock, left, and Ashleigh Ware, right, and their fellow students, cheered along with the UK cheereladers during "Feed the Mind", an event to promote and celebrate reading and childhood literacy, held in Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky., Friday, March 01, 2013. In addition to providing 1000's of 4th grade students with a healthy lunch and a free book to take home, the the event featured motivational discussions with both a Kentucky childrenÕs author, as well as First Lady Jane Beshear. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

Fayette fourth-graders get their minds fed

March 01, 2013 4:20 PM

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