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Local business, B & K Live, helping flood victims

By Vicky Pike

Thinking about ways to help victims of the flooding in eastern Kentucky, partners of a local business offered a way to help. Last night B&K Live Resale held an online auction where bidders were given the option to donate items purchased and have it delivered by someone everyone knows.

Sandy Ford, an Adair County resident, who has family in Eastern Kentucky affected by the flood, was the inspiration leading for this event and will deliver the gifts. Anything Sandy's family can't use will be donated to others in need around them. Items donated included diapers, wipes, and air mattresses, to mention a few.



In the attached picture is the pile donated in just a couple hours on a spur of the moment idea by Kay Turner, Adair County bus coordinator, and Betty White, retired from Pizza Hut, the partners in B & K.

We all love the auctions but it proved the love we have for our neighbors who are having such a rough time in Eastern Kentucky. This is written to give a little recognition for doing such a thoughtful thing.

Betty and Kay's business, B & K Live, is a local auction held on Facebook once a week, usually on Saturday nights. Zippy is one of their devoted fans.


This story was posted on 2022-07-31 18:54:47
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2022-07-31 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Vicky Pike of Miss Vicky's Pampered Angus Ranch.
This pile of household goods was donated in just a couple hours on a spur of the moment idea by Kay Turner and Betty White, the partners in B & K Live Resale, Saturday night. Adair County resident Sandy Ford has family in Eastern Kentucky affected by the flood and was the inspiration leading to this online auction where bidders were given the option to donate items purchased and have them delivered to people in need. Items donated included diapers, wipes, and air mattresses, and more.

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