Gallery travels Anderson County to increase adoption awareness
By Shannon Brock
Tuesday, January 13, 2009 at 7:00 pm
All children deserve to have a home to go to on Christmas, a place to eat at Thanksgiving and someone to take them out on their birthday — at least that’s the way Faith Flowers sees it.
However, Flowers, a Lawrenceburg resident, knows that isn’t always the case. Thousands of children sit waiting for a home in Kentucky’s foster care system alone, she said.
Still, Flowers is doing her part (and encouraging others to do theirs) to change that.
Flowers and her husband adopted Rachel a little over two years ago. At the time, Rachel was 15.
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