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More Helping Hands across the Bluegrass

Kentucky Living salutes those across the commonwealth who are helping during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you!

Family Resource and Youth Services Centers support public schools statewide. Nelson County coordinators Katrina Haydon and Stacie Vittitow show students how much they are missed. Photo: Division of FRYSC
South Kentucky RECC received a request from member Lee Ann Drake, left, for donation of Kentucky Living magazines for area nursing homes. SKRECC Member Service Representative Bobbie Coggins presented the back issues to Drake who will distribute the magazines. Photo: Joy Bullock
Nurse April Mullins with Clark Regional Medical Center, Winchester, accepts personal protection equipment donated by Clark Energy and East Kentucky Power. Photo: Amanda Mason
Lily Martin of Providence, one of Kenergy Corp’s 2020 Electric Cooperative Youth Tour delegates, assists essential workers by making masks for the Methodist Health Hospital in Union County. Photos: Beverly Martin
Lily Martin of Providence, one of Kenergy Corp’s 2020 Electric Cooperative Youth Tour delegates, assists essential workers by making masks for the Methodist Health Hospital in Union County. Photos: Beverly Martin
UK Cooperative Extension Homemakers across the state are making masks, gowns and surgical caps for health care workers, including these given to Mary Tena Smith and The Cancer Center of Taylor Regional Hospital staff, Campbellsville. Photo: Cyndy Humble
Over 500 pizzas were delivered in April to students, first responders and essential workers in keeping with the Student Government Association’s annual free pizza event. Photo: BCTC
A parade of vehicles, organized by Rick McDonald of Gooch Construction, made its way down South Limestone Street in Lexington on April 10, pausing briefly in front of hospitals, to honor and show support for front-line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo: Mark Cornelison
Airman 1st Class Preston Howell, Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Security Forces Squadron fireteam member and Nolin RECC line technician, directs patients through one of the state’s drive-thru testing sites. Photo: Phil Speck
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