HEBRON ESTATES - When Cheryl Huddleston’s students at Freedom Elementary returned to class in August, they engaged in the normal conversations.
They talked about how “excited” some of them were to get back to school, while others talked about what they did over the summer.
But they also talked about the rains that flooded the city of Louisville the week before. And several mentioned the Metro Louisville animal shelter which was flooded and animals had to be relocated for a period of time.
From there, it just kind of “snowballed.”