Locals donate to house fire victims


The VFW Post 3762 and its Men’s Auxiliary, Riders and Ladies’ Auxiliary as well as DAV gathered Friday morning to help recent house fire victim Destiny Lavins, her son Liam Kuhn and his dad Dustin Kuhn at the Early Learning Center in Washington Court House. The family lost their Jasper-Coil Road home after a fire ignited in the home. The group presented Lavins and her son with a $1,000 gift card and said they hope it will help after the devastating fire. Lavins said she was grateful for the help and the people who wanted to help. Pictured are various members of the donating organizations presenting the gift card.


The VFW Post 3762 and its Men’s Auxiliary, Riders and Ladies’ Auxiliary as well as DAV gathered Friday morning to help recent house fire victim Destiny Lavins, her son Liam Kuhn and his dad Dustin Kuhn at the Early Learning Center in Washington Court House. The family lost their Jasper-Coil Road home after a fire ignited in the home. The group presented Lavins and her son with a $1,000 gift card and said they hope it will help after the devastating fire. Lavins said she was grateful for the help and the people who wanted to help. Pictured are various members of the donating organizations presenting the gift card.

The VFW Post 3762 and its Men’s Auxiliary, Riders and Ladies’ Auxiliary as well as DAV gathered Friday morning to help recent house fire victim Destiny Lavins, her son Liam Kuhn and his dad Dustin Kuhn at the Early Learning Center in Washington Court House. The family lost their Jasper-Coil Road home after a fire ignited in the home. The group presented Lavins and her son with a $1,000 gift card and said they hope it will help after the devastating fire. Lavins said she was grateful for the help and the people who wanted to help. Pictured are various members of the donating organizations presenting the gift card.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2016/12/web1_DonationtoHouseFireVictim.jpgThe VFW Post 3762 and its Men’s Auxiliary, Riders and Ladies’ Auxiliary as well as DAV gathered Friday morning to help recent house fire victim Destiny Lavins, her son Liam Kuhn and his dad Dustin Kuhn at the Early Learning Center in Washington Court House. The family lost their Jasper-Coil Road home after a fire ignited in the home. The group presented Lavins and her son with a $1,000 gift card and said they hope it will help after the devastating fire. Lavins said she was grateful for the help and the people who wanted to help. Pictured are various members of the donating organizations presenting the gift card.