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Great turnout Sept. 14, for FoL unit reunion

2013-09-23 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo from Shiela Hare. There was a great turnout for the 2013 Reunion for the Ruby Spratts and Sherry Hughes Parks 3400 Unit of Fruit of Loom in Campbellsville KY Above, in no particular order, Dorothy Ingram, Suzanne Phillips, Jerri Miller, Ruthetta Clark, Donna Stayton, Doris Mackanally, Darlene Thatcher, Monica Price, Sandra Davis. Pam Thompson, Wanda Long, Shirley Bryant, Dorothy Lowe, Diana Chapman, Linda Grimes, Bernice Wisdom, Eva Russell, Sheila Hare, Linda Brock, Linda Newton, Diane Carter, Mike Humphress, Ruby Spratt, Joe Dougen and wife, Dean Thompson, Morris Richardson, Stella Druen, Patricia Henderson Cox, Betty Reeves, Chiqetta Whitlock, Zane Spires, Gretchen Bradshaw, Doris Thompson, Mable Karnes, and Ernestine Bennett.
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