Kateena Haynes, director of the Harlan County Boys and Girls Club, worked to get money for a grief-counseling program after parents of 13 club participants died of drug overdoses in one winter. Photo by Bill Estep | Staff
Kateena Haynes, director of the Harlan County Boys and Girls Club, worked to get money for a grief-counseling program after parents of 13 club participants died of drug overdoses in one winter. Photo by Bill Estep | Staff
Kateena Haynes, director of the Harlan County Boys and Girls Club, worked to get money for a grief-counseling program after parents of 13 club participants died of drug overdoses in one winter. Photo by Bill Estep | Staff

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