May 15, 2018

The Kristy Love Foundation

The Kristy Love Foundation provides a place to live for survivors of sex trafficking, human trafficking and addiction. Right now, 19 girls and women are staying at the home on Date Street, in the California neighborhood. Early yesterday morning, someone stole the central air unit leaving the women to sweat it out in 90-degree temperatures. Angela Renfro says she isn't sure where she'll find the money to replace the stolen unit. Today, we are asking the community to support Angela and the Kristy Love Foundation. Please call (502) 408-3129 with any offers for help.

Other Ways to Help:
-Any household items; bed linens, cleaners
-Labor – minor repairs, painting, etc.
-Office Supplies – notebooks, paper
-Beauty Products
-Gift Cards

The Kristy Love Foundation also welcomes volunteers to share their talents in the following ways:
-Assist women with job-searching skills
-Provide classes on various subjects
-Provide mentorship and guidance

Color Today Pretty

People are often overwhelmed trying to find success and happiness in their lives. They work hard, shop hard, and fill their days with things to do, all while trying to find joy. Instead of constantly looking, Stephanie Feger believes in looking at the life you already have. She believes in coloring the day pretty. "Color Today Pretty" is a book about living a life in perspective, but it's also more than that. It teaches a way of living that emphasizes compassion, curiosity, and love. In the book, Feger shares stories that are personal, but the wisdom within them are relatable to all.

Find Stephanie's book here in both paperback and Kindle.

"Color Today Pretty" Book Events
Book Celebration and Signing at Broad Run Park
Friday, 5:30-7:30pm
Cliffside Playground and Sprayground
Broad Run Park
11551 Bardstown Road

Friday, May 25, 4-7pm
Pixie Dust, Westport Village
1321 Herr Lane
June 1, 6-8pm, MOD Pizza
3085 Breckenridge Lane, McMahan Plaza

Old Louisville Springfest

Head out to Old Louisville this Saturday for adult and kid friendly fun. The Old Louisville Springfest is happening at the Toonerville Trolley Park in Old Louisville where there will be vendors, artists, music, a beer garden, food trucks, and bourbon slushies among many other activities and entertainment. For kids there will be the Kosair KidZone with inflatables, face painting, etc. from noon until 6pm.

Saturday, 10am-9pm
Toonerville Trolley Park, 1215 S Brook Street
Fort George, 1260 S Floyd Street
Vendors, artists, music, food trucks, street performers, Kosair KidZone, bourbon slushies, beer garden, history, architecture tour

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