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Helping hands

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By Stephen Lega

A group of volunteers spent last week making repairs at 14 sites in Marion County.   The volunteers were participating in the summer program for Kentucky Heartland Outreach, a program of Campbellsville University. Andre Tomaz, a spokesperson for KHO, said the aim of the program is to provide warm and safe homes for people who may not be able to afford it.   Timmy Coghill, the construction manager, said the volunteers come from all over the country.   "It's good to see God moving in that way," he said. 


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