Benefit for Noah Cook raises almost $2,500

Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Three car wash stations were set up for volunteers washing cars to benefit Noah Cook of Leachville.

A benefit car wash, raffle, roadblock and raffle event was held on Saturday, April 28, in Leachville for Noah cook. Noah, a ninth grade student at BIC was recently diagnosed with AML Leukemia and is a patient at St. Jude Children's Hospital.

Organizers Donna Parsons, Jackie Cerda and Pam Ford, said the community was very generous and the day's activities raised $2,467.07. Raffles for items donated by area businesses and individuals were held and volunteers donated hundreds of home baked items for the bake sale. Overall, they have raised $3,133.68.

The Cave Dwellers of Leachville organized a car wash and there were enough volunteers for three car wash stations in Leachville.

All of the money raised will go directly to benefit Noah.

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