Foster care needed in Henry County

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By Taylor Riley

Nearly 10,000 of Kentucky kids need homes. Yes, you read that right.

This large number of children are in the foster care system; they can no longer live with their mothers and fathers.

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin and First Lady Glenna Bevin, even before the election, dedicated their time to fostering and adopting children. They have nine children of their own and four of those were adopted.

Glenna Bevin held a press conference Feb. 26 to speak with community newspaper editors and reporters about the need for foster parents to care for lessfortunate children.

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