Proceeds from this T-shirt will go to the Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Fund.
Proceeds from this T-shirt will go to the Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Fund. Shop Local Kentucky.
Proceeds from this T-shirt will go to the Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Fund. Shop Local Kentucky.

After car crashes into it, Lexington shop makes T-shirts to raise money for police

June 09, 2017 04:44 PM

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  • Local hip hop artist performing 24 hours to collect coats for kids

    Devine Carama, Local hip hop artist and Believing in Forever Nonprofit director, is performing for 24 hours at Courthouse Plaza to raise awareness and money for the 4th annual Coat to Keep The Cold Away youth coat drive, which collects new and unused coats for children in central and eastern Kentucky areas.