Local youth give Christian Life Center one weekend

Kaitlyn Curtsinger makes sure she doesn’t miss a spot while painting at the Christian Life Center on Saturday, April 9, as part of the One Weekend project.

Ethan Kastler was one of the kids from local youth groups who participated in the One Weekend project. Kastler helped paint the Christian Life Center on Saturday, April 9.

Reagan Maddox participated in the One Weekend project on Saturday, April 9, trimming the woodwork before painting began at the Christian Life Center.

Robert Moore
Herald Staff
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The Christian Life Center plans to have an open house on Sunday, April 24.

But before the open house, Mercer County youth got together and gave the Center’s Main Street storefront a fresh coat of paint.

They were part of the One Weekend project, which was made up of various local youth groups, including groups from the Harrodsburg Christian Church and the Carpenter’s Christian Church. In addition to painting the Life Center, volunteers also cleaned the grounds at Mercer County Senior High School and Burgin Independent School.

“It’s phenomenal how our community comes together,” said Kassie Barker, who has been director at the Christian Life Center for the last five years.


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