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Benefit for Madyson Watts

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By Holley Lipscomb

On Sunday, October 17, friends and family members teamed together at Central High School to raise money to help with medical expenses for Madyson Watts, daughter of Brian and Sonya Watts. Jambalaya plates were sold, along with jewelry, t-shirts and stainless cooking paddles to help benefit the family. You can follow Mady's status on Caringbridge.org. Mady will be transfered to Children's Hospital in New Orleans this week. CentralSpeaks wishes the family well on the journey to recovery.  Pictured below from left are Gail Leggett, Michelle Sullivan, Felicia Flotte and Terry Cupit.

1 Comment

  1. kyle

    October 18, 2010 at 12:02 pm

    It is my understanding that they sold out of jambalaya and raised more than their $10,000 goal. Great job Central! It’s nice when our community comes together and makes events like this successful!

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