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Community Fundraiser for LeBleu Family set for June 5

The following is a press release from a concerned community member:

Because of the tragedy that one family has gone through, the Ragley community is pulling together more than ever to hold a benefit to help the LeBleu family. Sponsored by the surrounding area churches, the community benefit for the LeBleu family will be held Saturday, June 5, 2010. They are asking for any donated auction items to be brought to St Pius Catholic Church Hall from 10:00am until 8:00pm on the following days: Monday May 24, Wednesday May 26, Thursday May 27, Wednesday June 2 and Thursday June 3. Pre-purchased bbq tickets can be bought on those dates as well. For further information, contact Vickie at 337-725-3816 or 337-725-3719. All proceeds from the auctions and the bbq sale will be given to the LeBleu family.

There will be bbq dinners sold for $7.00 starting and pickup begins at 10:30 am for those that pre-purchase dinners. There will also be a memorial dedication at 12:30pm. There will be silent auctions beginning at 11:00am, and live auctions beginning at 2:00pm. Gospel music, horse and carriage shuttles, face painting, magic shows and fun jumps for the children will also be offered during the course of the day. For more information, please contact Shantell Habetz at 337-405-8081. Small towns making a BIG difference by uniting as one.

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