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Hurricane Sandy relief supplies arrive from Columbia, KY



2012-11-26 - Milford, CT - Photo from Rhonda Loy.
Bruce and Melinda Coomer McNaughton along with their 3 children Brayden, twins, Caleb and Calen and members of the local fire department and community of Milford, CT, with supplies donated by the citizens of the Columbia/Adair County, KY area. The drive was spearheaded by Mayor Mark D. Harris and the staff of the City of Columbia. Melinda Coomer McNaughton, a native Columbian, now lives in Milford. She is the daughter of Dalton and Faye Coomer of Columbia, KY.

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