Benefit for Wolf set Saturday
HEDRICK — A benefit for Tabatha Conger Wolf is planned Saturday at the Carl Craft Civic Center in Hedrick.
Wolf is originally from the Ollie-Martinsburg area. She has worked at the Outfield in Richland and Agriland Farm Service near Sigourney. She wsa injured in a car crash last fall. Her spinal cord was severed, and she is now a quadriplegic.
Wolf and her husband Charlie live in Jefferson.
The benefit begins with “Red Neck Games” at 10 a.m.
The all-in-fun games are for people of all ages, and no skills are required. Teams of six can register at 9:30 a.m. Saturday or by calling Michelle Glandon at 641-660-9602.
The games will be followed by a regular auction and a silent auction. To donate an item for the auction, call Glandon or Tony Conger at 641-660-3991.
Food will be available from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pulled-pork sandwiches, loose-meat hamburgers, nachos, pie and cake will be available for purchase.
All proceeds from the event will go to Wolf to help offset current and ongoing medical expenses.
For additional information, call Glandon or Conger.