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Aiming Sky High: A Celebration of Gifted Education Week in Kentucky

Aiming Sky High: A Celebration of Gifted Education Week in Kentucky

Time: 3:15
Date: Saturday, February 18
Place: Gary Ransdell Hall Lobby 

The Center for Gifted Studies proudly presents our first Aiming Sky High balloon release to kick off Gifted Education week in Kentucky, which is February 19-25. Immediately following our last Super Saturday, everyone is welcome to join us in the lobby of Gary Ransdell Hall and enjoy refreshments as students write their greatest, sky's-the-limit ambitions on biodegradable balloons and, together, release them into the air. We hope they will remember this as a moment of encouragement and inspiration for years to come.

For information: Call (270) 745-3014

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