Published 6:26 am Thursday, October 25, 2018
- Claire Strysick holds a trash bag for Evey Kinkade as she clips back overgrown brush on the fence in front of the Doram-Sledd House on Martin Luther King Boulevard.
Photos by Robin Hart
The annual Heart of Kentucky United Way’s Day of Action was held Wednesday morning in Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard and Mercer counties. The event connects volunteers from local businesses with local nonprofit organizations that could use a bit of help in completing various projects, like painting, clean-up, yard work and washing windows.
On Wednesday morning, Kathy Briscoe sweeps the floor as Susan Legault mops a small room at Bluebird Market during the Heart of Kentucky Day of Action. Bluebird Market sells donated furniture and accessories to raise money for the Wilderness Trace Child Development Center.
Following the Heart of Kentucky United Way Day of Caring, volunteers from Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard and Mercer counties gathered at Millennium Park for a luncheon. Before eating the group stands during the Pledge of Allegience.