Gwendoline Yeo (second from left) talks with pre-school students Lilly Morris, Julia Payne adult volunteer Courtney Harris and student Shannon Newsome over breakfast in the Christian Appalachian Project’s Family Life Child Development Center in Mount Vernon, Ky. Yeo was in Kentucky to visit various endeavors of Christian Appalachian Project, which she had contributed to through her clothing line and personally.
Gwendoline Yeo (second from left) talks with pre-school students Lilly Morris, Julia Payne adult volunteer Courtney Harris and student Shannon Newsome over breakfast in the Christian Appalachian Project’s Family Life Child Development Center in Mount Vernon, Ky. Yeo was in Kentucky to visit various endeavors of Christian Appalachian Project, which she had contributed to through her clothing line and personally. Rich Copley rcopley@herald-leader.com
Gwendoline Yeo (second from left) talks with pre-school students Lilly Morris, Julia Payne adult volunteer Courtney Harris and student Shannon Newsome over breakfast in the Christian Appalachian Project’s Family Life Child Development Center in Mount Vernon, Ky. Yeo was in Kentucky to visit various endeavors of Christian Appalachian Project, which she had contributed to through her clothing line and personally. Rich Copley rcopley@herald-leader.com

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