Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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February 4, 2013

Haynes named Outstanding Citizen

CAVE CITY — Local individuals and businesses were honored Monday night with a number of awards at the Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce’s 92nd annual meeting and awards banquet at the Cave City Convention Center.

Sue Haynes, executive director for the Community Relief Fund, was recognized as the 2012 Outstanding Citizen of the Year. Haynes heads Community Relief and has also been closely involved with Community Medical Care, Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers Big Sister, angel tree, bell ringers and other community service programs. “Faithful servant to the community” were the words to describe why Haynes was chosen as the citizen of the year.

Don and Gail Kinslow and their family were recognized as farmers of the year for their 700-head dairy operation. David Burch, chairman of the chamber’s agribusiness committee, called Don Kinslow a “true family farmer” for his start working on his parents’ farm and then growing his own operation into a business where his son and son-in-law both now work.

Read the full story in Tuesday's print or e-Edition of the Glasgow Daily Times.


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