Brittanny Whiteside, left, of Frankfort and Deborah Wilson of Owenton peeked inside to check progress.  Volunteers spent three weeks building a Kingdom Hall in Georgetown.
Brittanny Whiteside, left, of Frankfort and Deborah Wilson of Owenton peeked inside to check progress. Volunteers spent three weeks building a Kingdom Hall in Georgetown. Herald-Leader
Brittanny Whiteside, left, of Frankfort and Deborah Wilson of Owenton peeked inside to check progress. Volunteers spent three weeks building a Kingdom Hall in Georgetown. Herald-Leader

500 volunteers spend three weekends erecting Georgetown's new Kingdom Hall

November 15, 2013 09:27 AM

UPDATED November 18, 2013 11:20 AM

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