Above: Lee Hayden of the Lexington Fire Department joined his daughter in serving food at the community event on Tuesday.
Left: Shawn Alcorn, left, husband Brian Alcorn, his daughters Kassy Alcorn and Brianna Alcorn and their cousin Christopher Alcorn prepared meals at the Lexington Rescue Mission event.
Above: Lee Hayden of the Lexington Fire Department joined his daughter in serving food at the community event on Tuesday. Left: Shawn Alcorn, left, husband Brian Alcorn, his daughters Kassy Alcorn and Brianna Alcorn and their cousin Christopher Alcorn prepared meals at the Lexington Rescue Mission event. Mark Ashley
Above: Lee Hayden of the Lexington Fire Department joined his daughter in serving food at the community event on Tuesday. Left: Shawn Alcorn, left, husband Brian Alcorn, his daughters Kassy Alcorn and Brianna Alcorn and their cousin Christopher Alcorn prepared meals at the Lexington Rescue Mission event. Mark Ashley

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