Sayre Lower School art teacher Georgia Henkel, center, and third-graders Dougie Christopher, left, and Brogann Thomas wheat-pasted Lexington’s first public mural celebrating Lexington women of historical significance on the side of a building.
Sayre Lower School art teacher Georgia Henkel, center, and third-graders Dougie Christopher, left, and Brogann Thomas wheat-pasted Lexington’s first public mural celebrating Lexington women of historical significance on the side of a building. Photo provided
Sayre Lower School art teacher Georgia Henkel, center, and third-graders Dougie Christopher, left, and Brogann Thomas wheat-pasted Lexington’s first public mural celebrating Lexington women of historical significance on the side of a building. Photo provided

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