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— Organizers of an all-day music festival presented the Letcher County Board of Education with a check for $7,000 to benefit the structured classroom for autistic children located at West Whitesburg Elementary School. The Agrestic Music Festival was held at River Park in Whitesburg on Memorial Day weekend and included a lineup of 15 bands. The festival was created by A.C.A.M. Productions, a nonprofit organization created by Ashley Sexton, her husband Cody Sexton, Cody Sexton’s brother Adam Sexton and Adam Sexton’s girlfriend Malinda Hull. Pictured at Monday night’s board meeting are (from left) Dr. Van Breeding, School Board Chairman Will Smith, Ashley Sexton, Cody Sexton and Cullen Sexton. (Photo by Randy Bailey)

— Organizers of an all-day music festival presented the Letcher County Board of Education with a check for $7,000 to benefit the structured classroom for autistic children located at West Whitesburg Elementary School. The Agrestic Music Festival was held at River Park in Whitesburg on Memorial Day weekend and included a lineup of 15 bands. The festival was created by A.C.A.M. Productions, a nonprofit organization created by Ashley Sexton, her husband Cody Sexton, Cody Sexton’s brother Adam Sexton and Adam Sexton’s girlfriend Malinda Hull. Pictured at Monday night’s board meeting are (from left) Dr. Van Breeding, School Board Chairman Will Smith, Ashley Sexton, Cody Sexton and Cullen Sexton. (Photo by Randy Bailey)

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