Non-perishable food items to be delivered through Open Hands
By Ben Carlson
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 4:00 am (Updated: November 27, 4:01 am)
After helping lead Spencer County to a dominating win in last year’s Cram the Cruiser program, Trooper Scott Felder says now it’s Anderson County’s turn to win.
“Spencer got three times as much last year as anybody else,” said Felder, who was assigned to the Taylorsville area but now works here. “The community put forth a good effort, but now it’s time to win here in Lawrenceburg.”
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