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Thu August 27, 2009
Donation Creates High School EMT Course
By Chris Taylor
Fulton, KY – Former Lieutenant Governor Robbie Rudolph is behind a donation allowing Fulton High School to offer an emergency medical training program to its students. Rudolph donated $7,000 to create the program, saying it will help revitalize the region and raise students' self-esteem and quality of life. According to the Paducah Sun, students can even get college credit for the course. Only ten students were able to take advantage of the course, as costs totaled around $700 per student.