Scenes from Lexington's School for the Creative and Performing Arts, the Education Award winner, were shown to the audience at the Governor's Awards in the Arts program on a screen in the Capitol rotunda on Thursday.
Scenes from Lexington's School for the Creative and Performing Arts, the Education Award winner, were shown to the audience at the Governor's Awards in the Arts program on a screen in the Capitol rotunda on Thursday.
Scenes from Lexington's School for the Creative and Performing Arts, the Education Award winner, were shown to the audience at the Governor's Awards in the Arts program on a screen in the Capitol rotunda on Thursday.

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