Volunteers work to reopen club | News
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – Volunteers got down and dirty to help kids have a safe place to spend time.
The group worked to help cleanup and paint the Parkland Boys and Girls Club.
The Boys and Girls Club of Kentuckiana are trying to reopen the facility the Salvation Army closed last year.
They will be back at the site on Saturday June 23, and are asking anyone who wants to volunteer to stop by and help.
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