Before speaking Tuesday at Commerce Lexington's Good Morning Bluegrass Breakfast, Fayette County schools superintendent Tom Shelton, left, talked with school board chairman John Price and vice chair Melissa Bacon, seated.
Before speaking Tuesday at Commerce Lexington's Good Morning Bluegrass Breakfast, Fayette County schools superintendent Tom Shelton, left, talked with school board chairman John Price and vice chair Melissa Bacon, seated.
Before speaking Tuesday at Commerce Lexington's Good Morning Bluegrass Breakfast, Fayette County schools superintendent Tom Shelton, left, talked with school board chairman John Price and vice chair Melissa Bacon, seated.

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