Corrections recruit Sarah Samanowitz trimmed a honeysuckle bush Thursday in a backyard along Douglas Avenue in Lexington. For the We Care — Love Your Neighborhood event, police and corrections officers teamed with Habitat for Humanity to do cleanup work.
Corrections recruit Sarah Samanowitz trimmed a honeysuckle bush Thursday in a backyard along Douglas Avenue in Lexington. For the We Care — Love Your Neighborhood event, police and corrections officers teamed with Habitat for Humanity to do cleanup work. Lexington Herald-Leader
Corrections recruit Sarah Samanowitz trimmed a honeysuckle bush Thursday in a backyard along Douglas Avenue in Lexington. For the We Care — Love Your Neighborhood event, police and corrections officers teamed with Habitat for Humanity to do cleanup work. Lexington Herald-Leader

Volunteers clean up neighborhood on Douglas Avenue off Georgetown Street

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