Mercer County Raise Funds for the Freear's Hope Foundation - Kentucky Farm Bureau

Mercer County Raise Funds for the Freear's Hope Foundation

 

Mercer County Farm Bureau Women's Committee grew and sold pinkish pumpkins for raise funds for the Freear’s Hope Foundation at the Commonwealth Cancer Center in Danville.  This foundation helps patients with rent, food, lodging, utilities etc.  They donated over $1,850.

 

Left to right: Joni Horn, Women’s Chair, Amber Ashford, Director of the Freear’s Hope Foundation and Cheryl Bolling, Director of Education and Resources, Commonwealth Cancer Center

 

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