Celebrating a Ford Motor Company donation to Habitat for Humanity are, from left, Rob Turner of Habitat; J.P. Miller Jr. of Paul Miller; Matt Geyer of Ford Motor Co.; the Lexington Habitat partner family: Marceline Katchofa, Gracia Katchofa, Rose Katchofa, Frank Katchofa and Emmanuel Katchofa; Kathryn Rasnick of Paul Miller; and Lee Beall of Paul Miller.
Celebrating a Ford Motor Company donation to Habitat for Humanity are, from left, Rob Turner of Habitat; J.P. Miller Jr. of Paul Miller; Matt Geyer of Ford Motor Co.; the Lexington Habitat partner family: Marceline Katchofa, Gracia Katchofa, Rose Katchofa, Frank Katchofa and Emmanuel Katchofa; Kathryn Rasnick of Paul Miller; and Lee Beall of Paul Miller.
Celebrating a Ford Motor Company donation to Habitat for Humanity are, from left, Rob Turner of Habitat; J.P. Miller Jr. of Paul Miller; Matt Geyer of Ford Motor Co.; the Lexington Habitat partner family: Marceline Katchofa, Gracia Katchofa, Rose Katchofa, Frank Katchofa and Emmanuel Katchofa; Kathryn Rasnick of Paul Miller; and Lee Beall of Paul Miller.

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