An idea from Jud Davis, center, prompted the Rev. Pete Jones, right, and the Rev. Woody Berry to engage men from their  congregations in a beard-growing contest for charity.
An idea from Jud Davis, center, prompted the Rev. Pete Jones, right, and the Rev. Woody Berry to engage men from their congregations in a beard-growing contest for charity. HERALD-LEADER
An idea from Jud Davis, center, prompted the Rev. Pete Jones, right, and the Rev. Woody Berry to engage men from their congregations in a beard-growing contest for charity. HERALD-LEADER

Lexington churches' beard-growing contest raises money for men's cancers

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