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Auction/soup supper 17 Oct 2014 benefits Jeremy, Hanna Durbin

To help with medical expenses for the family

By BJ Bray

There will be a benefit auction and soup supper for Jeremy and Hanna Durbin, on Friday, 17 Oct 2014, at 5pmCT/6pmET, at the Olde Town Cafe, (formerly the Knifley Grade Center), 12190 Knifley Road, Knifley, KY.

Jeremy and Hanna are the proud parents of Maddox Durbin. Maddox and Hanna had some medical issues that caused an early birth. He was born 25 weeks into Hanna’s pregnancy. Maddox is currently residing at UK Hospital and is improving each day. Jeremy and Hanna are staying in Lexington to be close to Maddox and are constantly by his side. We are looking forward to helping these young parents financially and want to thank you in advance for your support and prayers!

Donations of any item for the auction will be greatly appreciated. Donors can drop smaller items at Patterson's Bait and Grocery 5855 Elkhorn Rd, Knifley (at the Crossroads in Knifley). Larger items by be dropped off at BJ Bray's residence at 814 Union Church Roard, (On the hill behid the Cafe in Knifley, KY. OR, bring the donations the night of the event and they will be added to the auction. BJ Bray



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