Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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October 25, 2013

Relief agency will change location

GLASGOW — As part of an effort to reduce overhead, the office for the Community Relief Fund for Glasgow-Barren County will be changing its location within the next three months.

The nonprofit organization’s board of directors met Oct. 19 for a special five-hour meeting during which its overall mission, bylaws and other elements were reviewed, and during that meeting, the group made the final decision to relocate, said the Rev. Mike Padgett.

Padgett, who is president of the 18-member board, said CRF will be leasing two rooms at the former E.B. Terry Elementary School, which is owned by Columbia Avenue Church of Christ at virtually no cost.

 

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