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  • 48 hours in the cold, local hip hop artist performs to collect coats for kids

    Devine Carama, Local hip hop artist and Believing in Forever non-profit director, returned to Courthouse Plaza to perform for 48 hours, double the length of his performance last month, to raise awareness 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.

48 hours in the cold, local hip hop artist performs to collect coats for kids

Devine Carama, Local hip hop artist and Believing in Forever non-profit director, returned to Courthouse Plaza to perform for 48 hours, double the length of his performance last month, to raise awareness 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.
Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com