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What makes the state of Kentucky unique?


What makes the state of Kentucky unique?
Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 3 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   9.51

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    goodwill, orbit, outstanding, honor, serve, title, secret, service, earth, person, during, everyday, world, such, blend, state
     content words:    Kentucky Colonel, President Lyndon Johnson, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Astronaut John Glenn, John Glenn, Kentucky Colonel John Glenn, Harland Sanders, Kentucky Fried Chicken


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What makes the state of Kentucky unique?   

1     A Kentucky Colonel is the highest honor given to a person by the governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. No other state governor can make anyone a Kentucky Colonel. These individuals serve as goodwill ambassadors for the state. They are honored with this title for their outstanding contributions to community service.
 
2     World leaders such as President Lyndon Johnson and Prime Minister Winston Churchill as well as everyday citizens throughout the state and beyond have been bestowed with this distinguished award.

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