Susan L. Moore

Couple lovingly renovate Stoneleigh Lane home

Theresa and Jack Damron are in the process of creating an album of the renovations they’ve made to their home on Stoneleigh Lane. “It’s been a 14-year renovation project,” Theresa said, smiling. “We’ve just been doing a little as we go along. This album is more for us to remember what we did — before and after photos and things like that.”   From city to county “When Jack and I met,” Theresa said, “I lived on River View Court and my house ended up being taken for the flood wall. After that, I stayed downtown and bought a...

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Mom helping other moms: Amy Chambers donates extra breast milk to those in need 

Amy Sturm Chambers has helped to feed at least 10 babies with her extra breast milk. “My mom jokingly says I’m a dairy cow,” Amy laughed. “I just have had an abundance of milk since our second baby, Reese, was born in January last year.” Breast milk in a bottle Amy’s breastfeeding journey has been anything but conventional. She and her husband, Paul, planned for Amy to breastfeed their first child, Hailey. “Breastfeeding was free and formula was expensive,” she explained. “And, for us, it was what we felt was best for our baby.” “Breastfeeding with Hailey didn’t go...

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Frankfort-Franklin County Ministerial Association providing spiritual leadership in community

The Frankfort-Franklin County Ministerial Association’s mission is to provide spiritual leadership for the Frankfort-Franklin County community through monthly meetings, community worship services and involvement in the social and spiritual concerns of the community. Recently, FRANK.Magazine sat down with Rev. Jack Brewer, president of the Frankfort-Franklin County Ministerial Association (FFCMA) to discuss it’s role in the community.   FRANK.: How did the FFCMA get started? Brewer: I can give you a history of the last 22 years, starting when I came to Frankfort to be the minister at First United Methodist Church. I’ve always been a part of the ministerial associations wherever...

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Cape Cod-style with a side of Southern charm

Dan and Glenna Glass built their Cape Cod-style home in Two Creeks Subdivision in 2000, and have loved it since the first day they moved in. It’s situated in the lower section of the community that surrounds the Frankfort County Club.  The lot they chose gives them great views from both the front and back of the house. Across the street from their front porch, is the natural beauty of Elkhorn Creek and, from the back, the green expanse of the 14th fairway beckons. “I love our view,” Dan remarked. “I like to golf, so it really doesn’t get...

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Living atop the capital city

Gene and Mary Ann Burch headed for high ground during the Frankfort flood of 1978 to search for a good vantage point to take photos. They found the perfect place at Crown Point — a newly developed neighborhood high above the city and the Kentucky River.  The Burchs had moved to Frankfort a few years earlier, choosing the capital city to bring up their family and open a dental practice. The couple returned occasionally to the spot where they had taken the flood photos. “We would bring the kids (we had two at the time), eat our McDonalds and...

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