Essay Wins Lexington Student a Seat at Inauguration

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Updated: 12/13/2011 3:49 pm
14-year-old Mollie Watson will share the stage today with Governor Beshear. The Tates Creek Middle School eighth-grader won the first lady's inaugural essay contest. Students wrote about moving kentucky forward and Mollie believes learning is vital in that progression. Mollie's essay was chosen from dozens around the state. We'll have a complete wrapup of today's inaugural festivities tonight on abc 36 news at 5 and 6.

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