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Sabrina Lynn Bell Stigall, 42, Louisville, KY (1973-2016)

2016-04-29 - 206 S Main Street, Greensburg, KY - Photo from Cowherd & Parrott Funeral Home.

Sabrina Lynn Bell Stigall, 42, Louisville, KY (1973-2016)

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Joy Lee DeWitt, Taylor County, KY (1924-2016)

2016-04-29 - 418 Lebanon Avenue, Campbellsville, KY - Photo from Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home.
Joy Lee DeWitt, Taylor County, KY (1924-2016)

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Day Trip: turn here onto Jones Ridge Road

2016-04-29 - Cumberland County, KY - Photo By Linda Waggener.
Turn here, off Highway 61 between Columbia and Burkesville, to start your day trip. Before you can read the white letters on the green sign designating it Jones Ridge Road you see the little family cemetery halfway up on the side of a hill. Even though big beautiful hills are numerous in Cumberland County, there are no mountains and the cemetery reminds us of Eastern Kentucky where there is little flat land and mountainside cemeteries are necessities.

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Hank Chadwell Rice is one year old today, Fri 29 Apr 2016

2016-04-29 - Gradyville, KY - Photo by Frances Salyers.
Hank Chadwell Rice is one year old today . He is the son of Terry Rice and Amber Chadwell Grandparents are Daril and Frances Salyers and Andy and Robin Chadwell.

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Five year old Paying It Forward

2016-04-29 - Supermarket, Columbia, KY - Photo by Proud Mom .
This very anonymous participant in Adair County (with extremely proud parents) grasped the concept of the Pay It Forward day rather quickly. It was a simple trip to the grocery to purchase non-perishables for J.O.Y. Ministries food pantry. It was his mission to find "good food for kids that are hungry". So, added to the typical vegetable canned goods in the cart, he threw in spaghetti and meatballs and macaroni and cheese. Pay It Forward Day was just that, ONE day...but it doesn't have to be. We can do good 365 days a year - in big ways or small, costly gestures or completely free. Whether witnessing or receiving it human beings are desperate to know that goodness still exists. [And may God forgive the proud mom who snapped this photo, it was not done for selfish/pat on the back reasons...just pure wonderment of a big heart in a little body learning to be a servant] - Tiffany Kessler

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