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Roby Elementary School Living History Museum of Famous Kentuckians
Derick Quiroa as Nobel Prize winning evolutionary biologist, geneticist, embryologist and science author Thomas Hunt Morgan. Jordan Thompson was Judge John Rowan Sr and a United States Senator. Autumn Simcoe was jockey Diane Crump, the first woman to ride in a professional horse race in the United States and the first woman to ride in the Kentucky Derby. Tyler Goode portrayed actor Johnny Depp as Edward Scissorhands. Colt Jewell struck a pose as The Greatest, Muhammad Ali. Blake Broughton and Chase Davis were Daniel  Carter Beard, Founding Pioneer of the Boy Scouts of America. Teacher Jacqueline Clark photographing her son, Josh Clark, who was Jefferson Davis.
Piper Maulin was Mary Todd Lincoln President Abraham Lincoln was a popular character with three students, Jackson Hendricks, Damien Coulter and Preston Thompson, portraying him. Kaitlyn Miller was author AB Guthrie. Gracie Goodman portrayed Rebecca Boone Carson Baker and Brayden Snyder were frontiersman Daniel Boone. L-R: Emma Holt and Ava Newton were former local and national television news anchor Diane Sawyer. L-R: Ashawnda Higgins, Jaydn Dreyer and Bree Williams selected country music singers Wynona and Naomi Judd. L-R: Andy Davis, Brayden Mudd and Hayden Heck all played Kentucky Friend Chicken Founder Col. Harland Sanders. Roby Elementary School fourth grade students recently presented a Living History Museum of famous Kentuckians