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Appalachian Children's Home gives check to PRIDE

2011-12-29 - Barbourville, KY - Photo by Cindy Lackey.
Barbourville, KY Steve Yeary, left executive director of Appalachian Children's Home, surprised PRIDE's Tammie Wilson center on December 15, 2011, with a $500 donation. On the right is Bruce Crouch of Waste Connections of Kentucky, who was delivering bicycles with PRIDE staff as part of Waste Connections' annual Christmas Promise project. The Appalachian Children's Home is a state-licensed institution and emergency shelter for boys and girls under the age of 18. The facility is located on a 158-acre campus on the outskirts of Barbourville. Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, Inc., is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, and all donations are tax deductible. It is home to approximately 50 teenagers and employs 60 staff members. To donate to Eastern Kentucky PRIDE or to Waste Connections' 2012 Christmas Promise, please call the PRIDE office, toll free, at 888-577-4339.

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