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Quarter Auction benefit at ACPC 16 Sep 2017

Proceed will benefit Aubrey Willis and Timmy Green

A Quarter Auction at the Adair County Primary Center Cafeteria, 158 Col Casey Drive, Columbia, KY, on starting at 3pmCT, Saturday, September 16, 2017. Paddles are $5 each, and you can buy as many as you like. If you have items to donate, a volunteer can pick them up or you can bring them the day of the auction.

Refreshments will be available.

The quarter auction will benefit Aubrey Willis, who as been battling leukemia, and Timmy Green, who has his 3rd kidney transplant. Both of these individuals have many medical bills, and expenses for travel back and forth for treatments, doctor visits, and attendant and other expenses. Contact: Laura Keltner 270-634-2473; Marcy Ryan 270-634-0642; Jamie Hadley 270-250-4147, or Tommy Cook 270-250-2511.

This story was posted on 2017-08-30 05:41:07
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