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Billy Mileham Benefit
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Date/Time
Saturday, June 29th 2013
11:00 am

Location
American Legion

We will be having a bake sale, silent auction, auction, raffle, 50/50 and dinner. We are asking for donations of items for the auctions and raffles we also need bake good items and side dishes for the dinner if possible. We will be having entertainment too – Haircut Actual will be playing. There will also be a Wolley Burger Poker run with registration starting at 11am the cost for it is $10 a person or $15 for a couple. The benefit is being held to help the family pay for funeral expenses for our son that we lost way too soon due to blood clots to his heart he was only 23 years old and still had a life to live and a heart of gold to give to people.

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