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CJE's Office coordinating aid for Roger Crawhorn family

Related Fire destroys Jones Chapel Road home at 380 Jones Chapel Road

By Lisa Greer and Jerri Nixon
Adair CJE Ann Melton's office

Due to a mobile home fire, Monday night, January 21, 2013, at 380 Jones Chapel Road in Adair County, the family of Roger Crawhorn lost all their possessions and clothing. The following items are needed if anybody would like to make a donation to this family.
- Roger Crawhorn: - - 34x32 pants, L shirts, 9 1/2 shoes

- Heather Chilttum: - - size 6 pants, M shirts, 6 1/2 shoes

- Dillon Crawhorn: - - 34x32 pants, XL shirts, 10 shoes
Any items for the home would greatly be appreciated, including household items, and furniture.

If you have any questions please contact Lisa Greer or Jerri Nixon at Judge Executive Ann Melton�s Office, 270-384-4703.

Items may be dropped off at our office: 424 Public Square, Ste1, and Columbia KY.

This story was posted on 2013-01-23 15:29:54
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