Angela Wall, left, Gwen Clark, center, and Sandy Boyd peeled tomatoes at the Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program shelter Wednesday. Shelter residents are invited to work on a number of farm projects.
Angela Wall, left, Gwen Clark, center, and Sandy Boyd peeled tomatoes at the Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program shelter Wednesday. Shelter residents are invited to work on a number of farm projects.
Angela Wall, left, Gwen Clark, center, and Sandy Boyd peeled tomatoes at the Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program shelter Wednesday. Shelter residents are invited to work on a number of farm projects.

Domestic violence victims raise garden that raises hope

August 01, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 01, 2010 03:48 AM

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