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Adair Clerk Lisa Greer heading relief effort for fire victims

Family of Sheldon & Amanda Alley lost everything in fire in Green County, KY. Your help at this time is greatly needed. See: Arson suspected in loss of clergy couple's Green Co., KY home
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By Adair County Clerk Lisa Greer

The family of Sheldon & Amanda Alley lost everything they owned in a house fire located in Green County. At the time of the fire, the family was in the process of moving to Adair County in the Little Cake community. Everything they owned was still located in their home in Green County, that was destroyed by fire. The family had no insurance on property and would truly appreciate any help they could receive. There is 6 total in the family with the following sizes:

  • Sheldon: pants (36x30), shirt (XL), shoes (10.5)
  • Amanda: pants (5), shirt (s), shoes (7)
  • Daughter: age 11, pants (10/12), shirt (7/8), shoes 6
  • Son: age 9: pants (8), shirt (6/7), shoes 9
  • Son: age 6: pants (5), shirt (5/6), shoes (1)
  • Son: age 4: pants (5T), shirt (5T), shoes (9/10)
Items may be dropped off at the Adair County Clerk's Office, 424 Public, Square, Ste 3, Columbia KY, during normal business hours Mon-Sat. - LISA GREER

This story was posted on 2017-05-03 14:26:14
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