Left to right, Cheyenne Jones, 13, Taviona Sanford, 11, and Shelbi Wilson, 11, all of Lexington, passed along a 6-pound medicine ball as part of a nutrition and fitness talk during the Molding of Generation Divas Back to School Bash at the Lexington Public Library.  Photo by Briana Scroggins
Left to right, Cheyenne Jones, 13, Taviona Sanford, 11, and Shelbi Wilson, 11, all of Lexington, passed along a 6-pound medicine ball as part of a nutrition and fitness talk during the Molding of Generation Divas Back to School Bash at the Lexington Public Library. Photo by Briana Scroggins Herald-Leader
Left to right, Cheyenne Jones, 13, Taviona Sanford, 11, and Shelbi Wilson, 11, all of Lexington, passed along a 6-pound medicine ball as part of a nutrition and fitness talk during the Molding of Generation Divas Back to School Bash at the Lexington Public Library. Photo by Briana Scroggins Herald-Leader

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