Michael  Hanke of  Lexington looked for gifts for his three  daughters  Wednesday at the 16th  annual Faith and  Community Christmas Store. It is managed by the Catholic Action  Center in  conjunction with local churches and businesses, and will be open through Friday in a warehouse at Second Street and Midland Avenue.
Michael Hanke of Lexington looked for gifts for his three daughters Wednesday at the 16th annual Faith and Community Christmas Store. It is managed by the Catholic Action Center in conjunction with local churches and businesses, and will be open through Friday in a warehouse at Second Street and Midland Avenue. Herald-Leader
Michael Hanke of Lexington looked for gifts for his three daughters Wednesday at the 16th annual Faith and Community Christmas Store. It is managed by the Catholic Action Center in conjunction with local churches and businesses, and will be open through Friday in a warehouse at Second Street and Midland Avenue. Herald-Leader

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