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January 24, 2013

BENEFITS

• A benefit for TAMMY FOSTER is set for Feb. 2 at V.F.W. Dinner, Silent Auction. Shawn Fussell Band. $10 per person. For more information call (940) 328-6419. Proceeds for medical expenses.

• A medical benefit for NANCY BREWER is set for Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. at the Brazos Lounge in Mineral Wells. Hogleg, Flashback and RP Brister will provide entertainment. Bands start at 2 p.m. with Gary Davis as soundman. B-B-Q with fixin’s. 50/50 Pot. Auction at 3. Bake sale. Pool tournament at 6 p.m – half proceeds go to the winner, half to the benefit.

• A benefit for SANDY TYE is scheduled for Feb. 10. Sandy has been a longtime member of Poor Boor Riding Club and resident of Palo Pinto County. She is Grandma Sandy to the kids at the club and most of the big kids, too. Sandy is the type of person who will help anyone she can, and she has loaned her horse to people to ride at the playday so they can enjoy horses as much as she does. Sandy has served as an officer of the club for many years and does everything she can to help the club continue.

Sandy has become ill with infections in both knees after knee replacement surgeries. The infections have spread to other areas. While the doctors at PPGH are working to get the infections under control, Sandy will have a long road to recovery. She has mounting medical bills and she is looking at months of hospitalization and rehab to recover. The Poor Boy Riding Club will be hosting a 4D Barrel Race on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, at the Poor Boy Riding Club Arena, 1482 Old Millsap Hwy., Mineral Wells. Expos will be from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.  $4 each or 5 for $15. Open class will begin at 2:30 pm. There will also be concessions and a Silent Auction. Donation of Silent Auction items is appreciated. Rain Date is Feb. 24. For more information on the Barrel Race contact (940) 445-4649 or (940) 445-4213. For donations to the Silent Auction or cash donations to the fund, contact Cyndi Smith  at (817) 683-4883.

 

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