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LOUISVILLE LIFE

Louisville Elder Refugee Program

  • Aired: 02/08/2014
  • 26:49
  • Rating: NR
Meet Connie Leonard and Kent Taylor, familiar faces in Louisville through their longtime work in television; learn how The Louisville Elder Refugee Program helps seniors with mentoring and more; retired U.S. Army Special Forces Colonel Walter Herd of Louisville talks about his book Unconventional Warrior: Memoir of a Special Operations Commander in Afghanistan; and lighting store Alcott & Bentley
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Meet Connie Leonard and Kent Taylor; and learn about the Louisville Elder Refugee Program.
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