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RMH Wish List: Remember the House that Love Built today!

For What to Bring to Drop Offs, Click to:
COMPLETE WISH LIST of ITEMS/ CASH DONATIONS WELCOME - Link works Wed 19 Oct 2016 only

Ronald McDonald House is a charity which is dear to her heart: 'The RMH is a home away from home for so many in time of sickness or injury.' - TELISSA MOORE
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By Telissa Moore
A Personal Story

I would like to also encourage everyone to make a donation off the wish list for this wonderful "House that Love Built", whether it be a little donation or a large donation, it will be appreciated. The RMH is a charity that is dear to my heart! My family and I stayed at the RMH in Louisville in 2009 when our son was flown to Kosair shortly after birth.


The RMH is a home away from home for so many in time of sickness or injury.

Any contributions will be greatly appreciated and your prayers for those families that enter those doors with fear, worry, and heavy hurting hearts for their loved ones, I am sure would be appreciated. As well as prayers for the volunteers that make such a wonderful "House that Love built" such a warm and welcome home away from home. May God Bless the families that have been, are there now, or will be there in the future.

May God Bless

- Telissa Moore
The Ronald McDonald House Wish List Drop-off is a Joint Russell & Adair County Effort this year:
In RUSSELL COUNTY: Drop off 8am-5pmCT, TODAY Wed 19 Oct 2016 at Russell County Tourist Commission, 650 US-127, Russell Springs, KY
In ADAIR COUNTY: Drop off 3pm-6pmCT, TODAY Wed 19 Oct 2016, behind the Chamber of Commerce building, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY.



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Brent Moore - Now a grown up fisherman



2016-10-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Telissa Moore.
Brent Moore's parents remember a critical time in their lives while launching Brent, and accommodations were provided for them by the Ronald McDonald House. Things are different today. Brent is doing so well - especially on fishing expeditions. The Moores are remembering RMH today, Ronald McDonald House WISH LIST DROP OFF day in Adair and Russell Counties.
For What to Bring to Drop Offs, Click to:
COMPLETE WISH LIST of ITEMS/ CASH DONATIONS are WELCOME
In RUSSELL COUNTY: Drop off 8am-5pmCT, TODAY Wed 19 Oct 2016 at Russell County Tourist Commission, 650 US-127, Russell Springs, KY. AND, In ADAIR COUNTY: Drop off 3pm-6pmCT, TODAY Wed 19 Oct 2016, behind the Chamber of Commerce building, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY.

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Brent Moore brings in classmates' gifts for Ronald McDonald House



2016-10-19 - Adair County Primary Center, 158 Col. Casey Drive, Columbia, KY .
Brent Moore, now a student at Adair County Primary Center, stands in front of the vehicle loaded with his school mates' donations to Ronald McDonald House. - Ellen Zornes

For What to Bring to Drop Offs, Click to:
COMPLETE WISH LIST of ITEMS/ CASH DONATIONS are WELCOME
In RUSSELL COUNTY: Drop off 8am-5pmCT, TODAY Wed 19 Oct 2016 at Russell County Tourist Commission, 650 US-127, Russell Springs, KY. AND, In ADAIR COUNTY: Drop off 3pm-6pmCT, TODAY Wed 19 Oct 2016, behind the Chamber of Commerce building, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY.

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