On this episode of Harford County Living with Rich Bennett, coming to you from the Freedom Federal Credit Union studios, Rich and co-host Joe Ayler speak with Jackie Kolbe and George Wooden.
Jackie is with the Jeep Club of Harford County and she contacted George of BW Unlimited Charity Fundraising. Jackie heard about an accident which involved a little girl and reached out to George for help on raising money for her. Rylee is 8. She was a vibrant and fun little girl with bright eyes. One night, a drunk driver crossed lanes and struck the car she was in, nearly killing her. In a moment, an instant or a blink, her life changed forever. She’s now severely brain damaged and that bright light is now gone. The drunk driver was recently charged and only has $100,000.00 in insurance but her medical bills are already over $1 million and climbing daily. Her mother Alyssa was also severely injured, breaking all of her ribs on her right side, neck and severe back injuries. THIS IS WHAT DRINKING & DRIVING could do. On September 17th, there will be an event called “Rockin for Rylee” at Martins West with 100% of the proceeds going directly to help Rylee and pay her mountain of bills. Will you help Rylee?
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Luminaries are back!
Luminaries Full kits ($30 for 20 bags) and half kits ($15 for 10 bags) available.
Christmas Eve between 6-7:00 pm. Rain date New Year’s Eve.
Pick up your order at Robert Copenhaver Park Dec 11 and Dec 18 between 12-4.