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Family lost everything in Keltnertown Road fire last night

Adair County Judge Ann Melton's office Suite 1, Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY, is point for gifts to help Mary McGuffin's family through a difficult time.

By Lisa Greer
Administrative in Adair County Judge Executive's Office

The family of Mary McGuffin, 1390 Keltnertown Rd, Columbia KY 42728, lost everything they had yesterday in a house fire. Mary has seven children and works at Westlake Regional Hospital (ER). Below are the sizes that are needed:
  • 16yr (male) - 29x30 pant - Medium shirts - 11 shoes
  • 15 yr (male) - 29x30 pant - Medium shirts - 11 shoes
  • 14yr (female) - 11/12 pants - Medium tops - 7 shoes
  • 12yr (male) - 10/12 pants - Small shirts - 7 shoes
  • 6yr (male) - 5 or 6 pants - 5 or 6 shirts - 1 shoes
  • 5yr (male)twin - 5 or 6 pants - 5 or 6 shirts - 1 shoes
  • 5yr (male)twin - 5 or 6 pants - 5 or 6 shirts - 1 shoes
  • Mom - 11/12 pants - large tops - 8 shoes
Any item/items would greatly be appreciated by this family; they are also in need of household items, beds, etc.

Items can be dropped off at the office of Adair County Judge Executive Ann Melton, 424 Public Square, Ste1, Columbia Ky. Items that are too big to be dropped off please contact us and we will make arrangements for someone to pick them up. If you have any questions please contact us at the following;

This story was posted on 2012-05-11 11:47:46
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