Kristin Ingwell Goode of God’s Pantry received a grant from Doug Flynn, left, and Coach Matthew Mitchell, right, co-hosts of the Children’s Charity Classic June 24-25 in Lexington. God’s Pantry is one of the 38 charitable organizations that received grants at the Children’s Charity Classic’s tee-off reception.
Kristin Ingwell Goode of God’s Pantry received a grant from Doug Flynn, left, and Coach Matthew Mitchell, right, co-hosts of the Children’s Charity Classic June 24-25 in Lexington. God’s Pantry is one of the 38 charitable organizations that received grants at the Children’s Charity Classic’s tee-off reception. Bill Straus
Kristin Ingwell Goode of God’s Pantry received a grant from Doug Flynn, left, and Coach Matthew Mitchell, right, co-hosts of the Children’s Charity Classic June 24-25 in Lexington. God’s Pantry is one of the 38 charitable organizations that received grants at the Children’s Charity Classic’s tee-off reception. Bill Straus

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