Students Celebrate National History Day

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Updated: 2/14/2013 6:00 pm
Students at East Jessamine Middle School in Nicholasville celebrated a different kind of love this Valentines Day.

They participated in the school's first ever "I Love History Day." Students were asked to create displays to showcase their knowledge on historical events, people, or inventions that fit this year's competition theme of "Turning Points In History."

Judges viewed the exhibits and interviewed students Thursday morning. Students from 6th-8th grade also toured the exhibits.

The event is leading up to the district competition at Eastern Kentucky University.
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