The Kenyon Leader is now publishing a new column about the Monument called Behind the Bricks. It is
centered around stories submitted by anyone with a special memory of KHS. The intent is to tell the
meaning behind the pavers, the significance of a particular teacher, school staff or student, extra-
curricular activities; even of the building itself. The Monument represents all of those memories.

Previous columns have been about one family’s experiences in Kenyon and at KHS. Another has recalled
basketball games and players and the trophy case display in the hallway by the gym.
Everyone is invited to write their story for consideration. By submitting a story, you are giving
permission to having it edited and upon publication all rights will be retained by the Kenyon Leader.
Submissions will be edited Dave Lenway, Class of ’62, who has volunteered to edit write-ups for
submission to the Leader.

You could also tell your story for others to enjoy. Even if you didn’t purchase a paver you could
send him a note of your favorite memories. You might even consider having lunch with some
of your classmates and as you reminisce, one of you could scribble notes on a napkin and send
it in. As a side note, receipt of email submissions will be acknowledged.

Anyone with a story about KHS can send it via email to or mail to
Behind the Bricks, C/O Dave Lenway, PO Box 873, Faribault, MN 55021. To read more about the
Monument, go to Facebook/KHS memorial or visit