Kess Park home of bornlearning Trail

A bornlearning Trail the Mayfield-Graves County United Way recently introduced is available for young families at Kess Creek Park in Mayfield. It includes instructions for learning activities there so parents of children under age 5 can help them develop an interest in and love of learning through simple, everyday interactions, based on what’s in front of them – teachable moments. Mayfield-Graves County United Way executive director Vanessa Burns cuts the ribbon to open the trail in this photo, surrounded by supporters as well as young children who would benefit from the project. She collaborated with the City of Mayfield and Jackson Purchase Medical Center to create the bornlearning Trail. Toyota Motor Corporation, based in Georgetown, has provided substantial funding for a “bornlearning Academy” based at Wingo Elementary School, but serving the entire county. The United Way of Kentucky and the local chapter of that organization are co-sponsors of the project.
(Photo by Paul Schaumburg,Graves County Schools)

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