EdChoice promoted at Fancy Farm

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The annual Fancy Farm picnic at St. Jerome Church in Western Kentucky included a booth this year sponsored by EdChoice KY, a group supported by the Catholic Conference of Kentucky (CCK)and others interested in creating tax credits for donations to a scholarship-granting organization.

EdChoice president Charles Leis, second from left, explained the tax credits to a booth visitor. Kelsey Duncan, dressed as a human-sized pencil, promoted the credits around the picnic grounds. Booth workers Kate Wood and Chelsea Rosenburg looked on. EdChoice and the CCK have supported scholarship tax credit legislation to increase financial assistance for those who send their children to non-public schools, such as Catholic schools.

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