Support group for young adults who’ve lost siblings to hold first meeting Tuesday

The sister of a man who was killed in an explosion in a west Kentucky in April has organized a support group in Murray for young adults who’ve lost siblings.

The group will meet for the first time at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 3, at the Baptist Campus Ministry at Murray State University. Allison Rogers organized the group after her brother, Kyle Rogers, died as a result of injuries sustained in an explosion at the Silver Trail Distillery in April. 

The support group will meet every first and third Tuesday of the month. The MSU Baptist Campus Ministry is at 800 Waldrop Drive in Murray. 

For more information about the group, email arogers19@murraystate.edu. 

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