Keith Edmonds Foundation cuts ribbon

Staff Reports • Updated Oct 31, 2016 at 2:00 PM

The Keith Edmonds Foundation held a ribbon cutting ceremony conducted by the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce on Sept. 29 at its 155 Legends Drive location. Keith and wife, Kelly, welcomed the Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce board chairman Scott Jasper, president Melanie Minter, chamber ambassadors and staff, Lebanon Mayor Philip Craighead and state Rep. Mark Pody.

Edmonds is not a victim of child abuse. He is a survivor.

For Edmonds, it was a choice he was forced to face at a young age. Bearing one’s scars with pride takes courage, no matter what scars they may be, Keith is living proof that no matter the obstacle, there’s a way to smile through them. Keith Edmonds Foundation is a nonprofit organization created to help victims and survivors of child abuse. Funds will assist in offsetting the cost of spreading awareness of child abuse and empowering its survivors. For more information, visit keithedmondsfoundation.org.

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