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By KELLY RICHARDSON firstname.lastname@example.org
HARDIN COUNTY — A Hardin County Schools employee joined 16 other teachers to make sure Kentucky students know their facts about the 16th president.
Elizabeth Lancaster, an exceptional child consultant for HCS, was part of a state-wide teacher network created by the Kentucky Department of Education and the Underground Railroad Research Institute at Georgetown College to create curriculum dealing with Abraham Lincoln.
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