Dana Paulson Davis, left, and Susan Clay Callaway with their first-grade teacher, Opal Reynolds, who will turn 91 this year. All three live in Lexington.
Dana Paulson Davis, left, and Susan Clay Callaway with their first-grade teacher, Opal Reynolds, who will turn 91 this year. All three live in Lexington. Lexington Herald-Leader
Dana Paulson Davis, left, and Susan Clay Callaway with their first-grade teacher, Opal Reynolds, who will turn 91 this year. All three live in Lexington. Lexington Herald-Leader

Uncommonwealth: Classmates in 1953, group has monthly meetings with its first-grade teacher

September 08, 2013 09:40 PM

UPDATED September 10, 2013 03:03 PM

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