Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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August 19, 2013

‘Duck Dynasty’ cast shares message

GLASGOW — Barren County residents had the opportunity to visit with the Robertson family of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” and heard their inspirational message at Barren County High School gymnasium Saturday.

Phil, Ms. Kay and Alan Robertson, a pastor and the oldest of Ms. Kay and Phil’s four sons, discussed their family’s humble beginnings to where they are today. The family credited their faith in God for their success and decided to tour around the U.S. to share the gospel.

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