Fayette County

June 17, 2013 7:23 PM

Children's charity distributes $375,000 to 26 agencies

The Lexington Children's Theatre and KORE Academy were two children's agencies that benefited from a $375,000 check from the Children's Charity Fund of the Bluegrass. The charity presented checks to 26 agencies on Monday, kicking off the annual Children's Charity Classic week.

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