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Barren Co. Christian Home Ed.Cheryl Brookscwd@scrtc.comBarren, Metcalfe


Cumberland Christian Home Educators, CCHE


Garna


Donahue


gdonahue@twc.com


Pulaski, McCreary, Russell, Wayne


Edmonson County Homeschoolers


Wendy


Thomas


swrbthomas@juno.com


Edmonson 


Hart County Home Educators


Deana 


Thompson


bigbirds@scrtc.com


Hart


Logan County Home Educators


Laura


Reynolds


clrreynolds@yahoo.com


Logan


Logan County Homeschool Group


Gene 


Wilson


wchrys@hotmail.com


Logan


Taylor Educators at Christian Homes


Barbara


Thompson


teach42718@gmail.com


Taylor & Surrounding




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