Loretta Rogers, left, works on some vine wreaths created by her daughter  Lesley Reising , who has physical and developmental disabilities and  is advocating for the adult protection registry.on Thursday February 6, 2014 in Berea, Ky.  Photos by Mark Cornelison | Staff
Loretta Rogers, left, works on some vine wreaths created by her daughter Lesley Reising , who has physical and developmental disabilities and is advocating for the adult protection registry.on Thursday February 6, 2014 in Berea, Ky. Photos by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald Leader
Loretta Rogers, left, works on some vine wreaths created by her daughter Lesley Reising , who has physical and developmental disabilities and is advocating for the adult protection registry.on Thursday February 6, 2014 in Berea, Ky. Photos by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald Leader

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