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Cane Valley Baptist Church puts up Blessing Box

Blessing Box has food and hygiene items for people in need

By Connie Young

We have put up a "Blessing Box" outside the Cane Valley Baptist Church, 2291 Cane Valley Road, Columbia, KY, with some food and hygiene items in it for people in need. If anyone would like to leave items in it for others they can do that.
Thanks,
Connie Young Cane Valley Baptist Church.



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Blessing Box at Church with a Heart, just off Heartland Parkway



2017-08-31 - Cane Valley Baptist Church, Cane Valley, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The Cane Valley Baptist Church "Blessing Box" is open for those in need and those who want to share. There's no lock on the window door, just the advice to "Take What you need. . . Leave what you can." Inside is a variety of canned and boxed food, hygiene and household necessities. To the left, a car speeds along the Heartland Parkway. The Blessing Box is part of a delightful playground, pavilion, and picnic area alongside the historic Baptist Church. The Blessing Box is new and we haven't received word of how it is working out. Maybe there have been others, but it's the first of it's kind we've seen. - EW

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Cane Valley Baptist offers a Blessing Box for those in need



2017-08-31 - Northern Adair County, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com(c).
Cane Valley Baptist Church, 2291 Cane Valley Road, Columbia, KY, now has a "Blessing Box" with some food and hygiene items for anyone hungry or in need. The box, at right in the photo, was built by young Sunday School members and is there for all. What's a Blessing Box? It's a movement for helping others.

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