This house is on the Jessamine County property purchased by the Kentucky United Methodist Homes for Children & Youth. The organization plans to add office space onto the house and build a new $6 million facility elsewhere on the property.
This house is on the Jessamine County property purchased by the Kentucky United Methodist Homes for Children & Youth. The organization plans to add office space onto the house and build a new $6 million facility elsewhere on the property. Lexington Herald-Leader
This house is on the Jessamine County property purchased by the Kentucky United Methodist Homes for Children & Youth. The organization plans to add office space onto the house and build a new $6 million facility elsewhere on the property. Lexington Herald-Leader

Methodist home for children plans to move from Woodford to Jessamine

November 03, 2012 04:02 PM

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