Dakari Johnson high-fived fifth-graders Thursday during a visit by Kentucky basketball players to Cassidy Elementary School in Lexington. After delivering meals from God's Pantry to the school, four players met with a class of 25 students, spoke about the importance of a college education, answered questions and posed for a group photo.
Dakari Johnson high-fived fifth-graders Thursday during a visit by Kentucky basketball players to Cassidy Elementary School in Lexington. After delivering meals from God's Pantry to the school, four players met with a class of 25 students, spoke about the importance of a college education, answered questions and posed for a group photo. Lexington Herald-Leader
Dakari Johnson high-fived fifth-graders Thursday during a visit by Kentucky basketball players to Cassidy Elementary School in Lexington. After delivering meals from God's Pantry to the school, four players met with a class of 25 students, spoke about the importance of a college education, answered questions and posed for a group photo. Lexington Herald-Leader

Kentucky basketball players talk education with elementary students

September 18, 2014 10:16 AM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 05:09 PM

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