To build small animal facility

Graves High Ag accepts Toolbox Ed Grant

Graves County High School agriculture teacher Richard Horn (second from left) accepts a $5,000 check from Henry Nance of the Murray Lowe’s store, representing the Lowe’s Home Centers’ Toolbox for Education Grant program. The money will fund the building of a small animal facility, just west of the school district’s central office on Ky. Highway 121, near the intersection with the Purchase Parkway. Graves County FFA historian Bradley Crump is pictured at far left and vice-president Chelsea Madding at far right.
(Photo by Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools)

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