Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 9:30 am (Updated: November 13, 9:32 am)
By Lisa King
The old Mount Eden School is in rubble now, but it lives on in the memory of those who went to school there, memories that some are finding hard to let go.
“I was really careful with the way I did the demolition; I saved a lot of bricks,” said Barry Campbell, a Vietnam veteran and a member of the Mount Eden Ruritan Club who attended school in the building on KY 53.
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