On the Sunday, June 15 Metro section cover in The Courier-Journal:

Marilyn Bailey, left, whose shotgun home on Oak Street in the Smoketown neighborhood is being repaired as part of New Directions’ Repair Affair collaboration with Preservation Louisville' s S.O.S. program, is comforted by Lisa Thompson, Chief Operating Officer at New Directions Housing Corporation and a runner for the event as she makes sure she's okay before moving on to another team of volunteers. June 14, 2014
Marilyn Bailey, left, whose shotgun home on Oak Street in the Smoketown neighborhood is being repaired as part of New Directions’ Repair Affair collaboration with Preservation Louisville’ s S.O.S. program, is comforted by Lisa Thompson, Chief Operating Officer at New Directions Housing Corporation and a runner for the event as she makes sure she’s okay before moving on to another team of volunteers. June 14, 2014

I shot it and wrote it. See the gallery here:
“Repair Affair volunteers clean, fix homes around city”