Dolls donated in memory of Brenda Cowan
The women of Beta Gamma Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority presented the Lexington Fire Department with more than 300 dolls last week as part of the annual Toys for Tots campaign. All of the dolls were donated in memory of Lieutenant Brenda Cowan, Lexington's first female, black firefighter who lost her life in the line of duty in 2004. Pictured, from left, Toy Drive co-chair Wanda Wilson, Betty Duke Ross, vice president Lillian Bland, Fire Chief Keith Jackson, Jill Wilson and Valeria Cummings Swope.
Dolls donated in memory of Brenda Cowan The women of Beta Gamma Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority presented the Lexington Fire Department with more than 300 dolls last week as part of the annual Toys for Tots campaign. All of the dolls were donated in memory of Lieutenant Brenda Cowan, Lexington's first female, black firefighter who lost her life in the line of duty in 2004. Pictured, from left, Toy Drive co-chair Wanda Wilson, Betty Duke Ross, vice president Lillian Bland, Fire Chief Keith Jackson, Jill Wilson and Valeria Cummings Swope.
Dolls donated in memory of Brenda Cowan The women of Beta Gamma Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority presented the Lexington Fire Department with more than 300 dolls last week as part of the annual Toys for Tots campaign. All of the dolls were donated in memory of Lieutenant Brenda Cowan, Lexington's first female, black firefighter who lost her life in the line of duty in 2004. Pictured, from left, Toy Drive co-chair Wanda Wilson, Betty Duke Ross, vice president Lillian Bland, Fire Chief Keith Jackson, Jill Wilson and Valeria Cummings Swope.

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