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The Class of 2020

THE CLASS OF 2020 at Woodford County High School is being honored on banners in downtown Versailles. “It’s been a tough year for the graduating class,” said Versailles Mayor Brian Traugott. “I think this is the least we can do to recognize them and their achievement.” Versailles graphic artist JT Marshall worked with a group from WCHS and then designed the banners, including a large Class of 2020 banner on the Woodford County Courthouse. “We wanted to do something for the Class of 2020 since their year has been turned upside down,” said county Judge-Executive James Kay. The banners were hung on lampposts by county road department employees and purchased with dollars set aside for senior activities. Elaine Bailey of Woodford County Public Schools described the project as “quintessential small town.” She said parents were contacted to get their consent to use photos honoring their graduating seniors. “It’s pretty cool that you drive downtown or walk downtown and you see all those banners of our seniors,” schools Superintendent Scott Hawkins said. (Photos by Bob Vlach)

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