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Mary's House: Total now $13,253 at 7:28amCT, July 20, 2012

Latest numbers for Mary's House
Goal is $40,000. by August 1, 2012.
$1,950 posted to total July 19, 2012
Needed in next 13 days, counting today - $26,747.00

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By Fran Neat

Great news! The new total for July 19 is $13,253!

We're climbing higher each day. Updates were given at July 19 meeting of the Mary's House group.

Danny Fudge, contractor, presented a detailed list of materials needed for construction of the house. Many new businesses are on board for donating supplies and labor. Everyone wants to be a part of this heartfelt venture.

To learn more about the project and for information on lending your support, read on


Cane Valley Christian Church, along with a group of concerned citizens, is raising money to build a new house for Mary McGuffin, a single, working mother with seven children, whose house recently burned. All donations will be escrowed until 100% of the funds are raised. Land and labor have already been donated. Checks are to be made to Cane Valley Christian Church Benevolence Fund with a memo of "Mary's House." Please make all donations by August 1 so that construction can begin. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any of the people listed below:
- Jim Flowers - 270-634-1696; Melissa Fudge - 270-634-3603; Don Neat - 270-250-1512; Larry Neat - 270-789-7830; Debbie White - 270-384-5481
We invite you to join us in this endeavor to provide Mary and her children with a new home. Many people are "on board" and very eager to help God bless Mary through this building project. God uses people, and He wants to bless others through you. As you respond to His prompting, you will be blessed!You may send your donations to either of the following:
- MELISSA FUDGE, 480 Fire Department Lane, Breeding, KY 42715
- DEBBIE WHITE, 501 Beechtop Road, Columbia, KY 42728
Your assistance in this matter is greatly appreciated. Sincerely, - Larry Neat, Chairman, Home Building Project - LARRY NEAT


This story was posted on 2012-07-20 07:56:07
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Learning in Chandler Cundiff's Sunday School at CVCC



2012-07-20 - 2250 Cane Valley Road, Cane Valley, KY - Photo by Fran Neat. The rest of the story. Here is the other half of the Sunday School class at Cane Valley Christian Church.. The Teacher pictured is Chandler Cundiff. Front row- back to view is Jaden Gowen, Nikki McGuffin, Chandler Cundiff. Back row - Logan Nissley, Terry McGuffin
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