fk jasdk jasd
Partners for Youth and Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Kentucky have recognized 12 high school students and one college freshman with $1,000 higher education scholarships. Destiny Calhoun has been named the A.J. Newcomb Scholarship Recipient (in memory of one of the 2000 Partners for Youth/TMMK scholarship recipients) and received a $1,500 scholarship. Front row, from left, Destiny Calhoun, Henry Clay; Alice Ndayishimiye, Lafayette; Laura Edwards, Dunbar; Dor'cas Kaindu, Bryan Station; Maya Smith, Dunbar; Betsy Sanchez, Woodford County. Back row, from left, Nicolas Benitez, Maysville Community College; Lloyd Dobgima, Lafayette; Michael Carvajal, Bryan Station; Mayor Jim Gray; Cristian Juarez, Dunbar; Jonathan Gomez, Bryan Station; Bryan Ortiz, Tates Creek; Kim Sweazy, TMMK; and (not pictured) Basema Habash, Lafayette.
fk jasdk jasd Partners for Youth and Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Kentucky have recognized 12 high school students and one college freshman with $1,000 higher education scholarships. Destiny Calhoun has been named the A.J. Newcomb Scholarship Recipient (in memory of one of the 2000 Partners for Youth/TMMK scholarship recipients) and received a $1,500 scholarship. Front row, from left, Destiny Calhoun, Henry Clay; Alice Ndayishimiye, Lafayette; Laura Edwards, Dunbar; Dor'cas Kaindu, Bryan Station; Maya Smith, Dunbar; Betsy Sanchez, Woodford County. Back row, from left, Nicolas Benitez, Maysville Community College; Lloyd Dobgima, Lafayette; Michael Carvajal, Bryan Station; Mayor Jim Gray; Cristian Juarez, Dunbar; Jonathan Gomez, Bryan Station; Bryan Ortiz, Tates Creek; Kim Sweazy, TMMK; and (not pictured) Basema Habash, Lafayette.
fk jasdk jasd Partners for Youth and Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Kentucky have recognized 12 high school students and one college freshman with $1,000 higher education scholarships. Destiny Calhoun has been named the A.J. Newcomb Scholarship Recipient (in memory of one of the 2000 Partners for Youth/TMMK scholarship recipients) and received a $1,500 scholarship. Front row, from left, Destiny Calhoun, Henry Clay; Alice Ndayishimiye, Lafayette; Laura Edwards, Dunbar; Dor'cas Kaindu, Bryan Station; Maya Smith, Dunbar; Betsy Sanchez, Woodford County. Back row, from left, Nicolas Benitez, Maysville Community College; Lloyd Dobgima, Lafayette; Michael Carvajal, Bryan Station; Mayor Jim Gray; Cristian Juarez, Dunbar; Jonathan Gomez, Bryan Station; Bryan Ortiz, Tates Creek; Kim Sweazy, TMMK; and (not pictured) Basema Habash, Lafayette.

Education notes: Nov. 25

November 24, 2014 09:34 PM