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Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily NewsJudy Barton, President of Bell County Tourism, has received special art for display in the tourism office. A painting from Lexington's 2010 World Equestrian Games is on display which depicts Daniels Boone and several pioneers moving westward through the Cumberland Gap into 'Kantuke'. Paintings were disbursed to each tourism office throughout the nine regions in Kentucky.
Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily NewsJudy Barton, President of Bell County Tourism, has received special art for display in the tourism office. A painting from Lexington's 2010 World Equestrian Games is on display which depicts Daniels Boone and several pioneers moving westward through the Cumberland Gap into 'Kantuke'. Paintings were disbursed to each tourism office throughout the nine regions in Kentucky.
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Kelsey Gerhardt|Daily News


Judy Barton, President of Bell County Tourism, has received special art for display in the tourism office. A painting from Lexington’s 2010 World Equestrian Games is on display which depicts Daniels Boone and several pioneers moving westward through the Cumberland Gap into ‘Kantuke’. Paintings were disbursed to each tourism office throughout the nine regions in Kentucky.


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