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Mary McGuffin and her seven children at church in Cane Valley

2012-07-14 - 2250 Cane Valley RD, Cane Valley, KY - Photo by Fran Neat. Mary McGuffin and her seven children have been attending Cane Valley Christian Church for over two and one-half years. From Left: , they are; Nikki, Alex, Dustin, Terry, Mother Mary with Robert in lap;Short row, right - Ronnie and Andrew (having fun with the photographer, withpaper over face). Cane Valley Christian Church and other area churches, businesses, and individuals are in the process of building a house for Mary and her children as they recently lost their home to a fire. Many people are already on board with land, labor, and many supplies already donated. The group hopes to raise $40,000 by August 1, 2012, so construction can begin. If you have any questions, call Fran Neat at 270-250-1510. You may send donations to Debbie White at 501 Beechtop, Columbia, KY 42728. -Fran Neat

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