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Family needs help following fire, Hunting Hill, Knifley, KY

Mobile home completely destroyed in fire Wednesday, April 3, 2013

By Lisa Greer

Earl and Randa (Pyles) Meece of 434 Hunting Hill, Knifley KY, mobile was completely destroyed in a fire Wednesday, April 03, 2013. The family lost everything they had clothing, household items, furniture, etc.

If anyone has any items that they would like to donate, please contact the following numbers. This family could use any items that anyone would be able to donate.

The following sizes are needed:
  • Earl's - Pants 38x30 - Shirts XL - Shoes 10
  • Randa's - Pants XL or XXL Sweats - Tops 2X - Shoes 8
Items can be dropped off at the Office of Adair County Judge Executive Ann Melton, 424 Public Sq, and Columbia KY. Items that are too big to be dropped off please contact us and we will make arrangements for someone to pick up donated items. If you have any questions please contact Lisa Greer or Jerri Nixon at the following; or 270-384-4703.

This story was posted on 2013-04-04 15:36:09
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