Article by W. Clay Crook-
Amy Taylor’s art class at Caywood Elementary was bustling with activity as students worked their creative best. In the corner of the room was a table filled with paints, stamps, modeling clay and other art supplies. The supplies were purchased with a $500.00 donation from Modern Woodmen of America. “Art was important to me when I was part of Caywood many years ago, and we are so glad to help” said Tina Graves, financial representative from Modern Woodmen.
Art is back on the table, literally, at Caywood due to a grant researched and applied for by Jamie McAdams with Lexington City Schools. “Art is an essential part of…
For complete coverage, see the September 11th edition of The Lexington Progress.