Lexingtonians Maxine Franklin, left, and her husband, the Rev. Norman Franklin, center, handed out coats and other warm clothing Sunday at the Lexington  Rescue Mission's ninth annual Christmas dinner. It was held at Broadway Christian Church.
Lexingtonians Maxine Franklin, left, and her husband, the Rev. Norman Franklin, center, handed out coats and other warm clothing Sunday at the Lexington Rescue Mission's ninth annual Christmas dinner. It was held at Broadway Christian Church. Mark Ashley©2011
Lexingtonians Maxine Franklin, left, and her husband, the Rev. Norman Franklin, center, handed out coats and other warm clothing Sunday at the Lexington Rescue Mission's ninth annual Christmas dinner. It was held at Broadway Christian Church. Mark Ashley©2011

Rescue Mission holds Christmas dinner

December 26, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED December 26, 2011 03:50 AM

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