Jessamine County Teen Helping Feed Needy for Thanksgiving

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 11/17/2012 7:37 pm
    Fifteen year-old Reese Kemp may not be the tallest kid on his basketball team, but there is no denying that he has the biggest heart.

    Kemp is gathering food to donate to at least eight local families to have a Thanksgiving dinner.

    He hopes to have enough to donate to four more families.

    On Sunday Reese and his family will deliver the goods to those families.

    Reese who has Cysticfibrosis, has made it a mission in his life to help out his community, who helped him through the hard times.
  
     Back in October Reese also helped the family of child with terminal cancer, get a ride in a limo to Rupp Arena to attend Big Blue Madness.

    Kemp is asking for folks to email him and nominate families that could use the meal.

    If you would like to nominate a family you can reach Reese at:

     reese.kemp@yahoo.com

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