Local churches Love Loud

April 17, 2015
Barbourville Mayor David Thompson works the forklift as thousands of pounds of food and merchandise are unloaded from a tractor-trailer at Knox Middle School Friday in preparation of LoveLoud.

Barbourville Mayor David Thompson works the forklift as thousands of pounds of food and merchandise are unloaded from a tractor-trailer at Knox Middle School Friday in preparation of LoveLoud.

Over 100 people from numerous churches and organizations came together Friday night to sort and organize thousands of pounds of food and merchandise to be given away Saturday.

Over 100 people from numerous churches and organizations came together Friday night to sort and organize thousands of pounds of food and merchandise to be given away Saturday.

By Bobbie Poynter


Editor

Over 100 volunteers gathered at the Knox Central Middle School gym Friday afternoon to unload thousands of pounds of food and merchandise that would be given away Saturday.

Artemus First Baptist, Connection Point, East Barbourville Baptist, Locust Grove Baptist, North Main Community, Springfield Baptist, Swan Pont Baptist and Turkey Creek Baptist churches, along with the Barbourville City School Beta Club, all joined together to celebrate LoveLoud.

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