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Free home games for WCHS students

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Grant allows students to attend home games for free

By The Staff

By Jimmie Earls

Sun Sports Writer

Parents of Washington County High School students could feel some economic relief thanks to a new student sports pass program this school year.

A $4,000 grant from the Kentucky Agency for Substance Abuse Policy will allow WCHS students to attend regular-season home games free of charge this school year.

Jill Settles, the vice-chair of the Washington County Heartland Youth Coalition, said the passes should be issued to students later this month.


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