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Woodford Co.: Versailles McDonald's goes tropical

School PTO donates to theater
Northside Elementary Parent Teacher Organization past president Ashlee Denington, back left, presented a $500 donation on behalf of the PTO to John McDaniel of Midway's Thoroughbred Theater. The theater, a non-profit historic venue, features local bands, movies, and plays and offers space to Northside's teachers and students for various uses. Also pictured, front row from left, is Annie Denington, Malia Woods and Kelsey Woods.
School PTO donates to theater Northside Elementary Parent Teacher Organization past president Ashlee Denington, back left, presented a $500 donation on behalf of the PTO to John McDaniel of Midway's Thoroughbred Theater. The theater, a non-profit historic venue, features local bands, movies, and plays and offers space to Northside's teachers and students for various uses. Also pictured, front row from left, is Annie Denington, Malia Woods and Kelsey Woods.

The tropical decorations at the Graviss McDonald's Restaurant in Versailles are a result of a contest that McDonald's held among the 66 restaurants in the Central and Southeast market of Kentucky to promote the launch of McDonald's real fruit smoothies. The Versailles McDonald's, managed by Ray Kroc award winner Sharon Murphy, was chosen in the top three of the market to compete in the finals on Aug. 6 for cash and prizes and the right to be called "the smoothiest."

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