Members of the Hillbilly Christmas in July group received two donations, each for $1,000, while at the MineShaft Harley-Davidson on Friday. One of the checks was donated by State Farm Insurance agent T.J. Hurst, and the other was donated by Jeffery Justice, who promised to match the amount that would be donated by Hurst and State Farm. The money will go toward the group’s service in helping the Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center in Lexington.

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