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A House for Sally Hall & Family at Fry, KY: Attorney Jeff Eastham

2012-09-23 - Fry, Green Co., KY - Photo by Larry Smith. Greensburg, KY, Attorney Jeff Eastham operates a nail gun to install part of a doorway in the quick build house raising held at Fry, KY on Saturday, September 22, 2012. Over 200 people were working on the project at different times of the day. The project, inspired by Mary's House at Cane Valley, was made manifest by the congregation of Mt. Gilead Baptist Church. I was told by one member of the Mt. Gilead congregation that their hope is that more congregations will now be inspired by the work of the Cane Valley Christian Church and its Mary's House and by the project at Fry, and will take on similar home projects when people need help. - Larry Smith, FM 92.7 radio, the WAVE.
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