Legal assistant, Donna Rhodus, of Lexington, left, secretary, Kim Ewen, of Lexington, center, and paralegal, Sherry Brown, of Versailles,  right, wrapped children's gifts at the Stoll Keenan Ogden firm in downtown Lexington on December 14, 2012. The team wrapped approximately 100 donated gifts within an hour for  children of clients, past and present, being served by the Chrysalis House. Photo by Briana Scroggins
Legal assistant, Donna Rhodus, of Lexington, left, secretary, Kim Ewen, of Lexington, center, and paralegal, Sherry Brown, of Versailles, right, wrapped children's gifts at the Stoll Keenan Ogden firm in downtown Lexington on December 14, 2012. The team wrapped approximately 100 donated gifts within an hour for children of clients, past and present, being served by the Chrysalis House. Photo by Briana Scroggins Herald-Leader
Legal assistant, Donna Rhodus, of Lexington, left, secretary, Kim Ewen, of Lexington, center, and paralegal, Sherry Brown, of Versailles, right, wrapped children's gifts at the Stoll Keenan Ogden firm in downtown Lexington on December 14, 2012. The team wrapped approximately 100 donated gifts within an hour for children of clients, past and present, being served by the Chrysalis House. Photo by Briana Scroggins Herald-Leader

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