As they took part Nov. 1 in Give Kids A Home, an awareness and fundraising event to raise money to house more homeless families in Lexington, Dawn Brockman, left, Ethan and Thomas, and Macy Brockman sat in Phoenix Park after eating dinner.
As they took part Nov. 1 in Give Kids A Home, an awareness and fundraising event to raise money to house more homeless families in Lexington, Dawn Brockman, left, Ethan and Thomas, and Macy Brockman sat in Phoenix Park after eating dinner. Mark Cornelison mcornelison@herald-leader.com
As they took part Nov. 1 in Give Kids A Home, an awareness and fundraising event to raise money to house more homeless families in Lexington, Dawn Brockman, left, Ethan and Thomas, and Macy Brockman sat in Phoenix Park after eating dinner. Mark Cornelison mcornelison@herald-leader.com

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