Martin Weaver, 18, center, with his brother, Caleb, 14; his parents, Suzanne and Paul; and his sister, Annika, 11, at their home in Lexington Martin Weaver, who has autism, will graduated from Henry Clay High School and plans to study computer science at Eastern Kentucky University in the fall.
Martin Weaver, 18, center, with his brother, Caleb, 14; his parents, Suzanne and Paul; and his sister, Annika, 11, at their home in Lexington Martin Weaver, who has autism, will graduated from Henry Clay High School and plans to study computer science at Eastern Kentucky University in the fall. Lexington Herald-Leader
Martin Weaver, 18, center, with his brother, Caleb, 14; his parents, Suzanne and Paul; and his sister, Annika, 11, at their home in Lexington Martin Weaver, who has autism, will graduated from Henry Clay High School and plans to study computer science at Eastern Kentucky University in the fall. Lexington Herald-Leader

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