Welcome home, Carter


Photos submitted A crowd gathered Friday at James A. Cawood Elementary School welcoming home Carter Lasley. Carter, 11, a student at JACES, was seriously injured in April when he was struck by a car while riding a scooter on Sally Rachel Lane in the Caball Estates subdivision in Harlan. Students displayed a “welcome home” sign, and Carter also received awards from the school for his outstanding academic standing. Carter’s grandmother, Jean Brewer said, “The outpouring of support that little school (JACES) has done is wonderful — made cards and a bulletin board.” Brewer noted JACES has been affected and the students came to the school about putting a jar for money that kids donated snack money.


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A crowd gathered Friday at James A. Cawood Elementary School welcoming home Carter Lasley. Carter, 11, a student at JACES, was seriously injured in April when he was struck by a car while riding a scooter on Sally Rachel Lane in the Caball Estates subdivision in Harlan. Students displayed a “welcome home” sign, and Carter also received awards from the school for his outstanding academic standing. Carter’s grandmother, Jean Brewer said, “The outpouring of support that little school (JACES) has done is wonderful — made cards and a bulletin board.” Brewer noted JACES has been affected and the students came to the school about putting a jar for money that kids donated snack money.

Photos submitted A crowd gathered Friday at James A. Cawood Elementary School welcoming home Carter Lasley. Carter, 11, a student at JACES, was seriously injured in April when he was struck by a car while riding a scooter on Sally Rachel Lane in the Caball Estates subdivision in Harlan. Students displayed a “welcome home” sign, and Carter also received awards from the school for his outstanding academic standing. Carter’s grandmother, Jean Brewer said, “The outpouring of support that little school (JACES) has done is wonderful — made cards and a bulletin board.” Brewer noted JACES has been affected and the students came to the school about putting a jar for money that kids donated snack money.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Carter-Comes-Home-Main.jpgPhotos submitted A crowd gathered Friday at James A. Cawood Elementary School welcoming home Carter Lasley. Carter, 11, a student at JACES, was seriously injured in April when he was struck by a car while riding a scooter on Sally Rachel Lane in the Caball Estates subdivision in Harlan. Students displayed a “welcome home” sign, and Carter also received awards from the school for his outstanding academic standing. Carter’s grandmother, Jean Brewer said, “The outpouring of support that little school (JACES) has done is wonderful — made cards and a bulletin board.” Brewer noted JACES has been affected and the students came to the school about putting a jar for money that kids donated snack money.

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