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October 9, 2013

Memorial is Nov. 30 for victims’ 2 children

Public invited to event at Center

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The benefit is set for 7 p.m. at The Center. It will include speakers, an auction, and more. Dowell said Tony Hockensmith is expected to speak, along with local attorney Robin Wheeldon, among others. 
Tickets are $5 and are available at The Center, at the Heritage Christian Bookstore in Somerset, Joe’s Pawn & Loan in Eubank, and at www.authorstevendowell.com. 
All proceeds will go into a PNC bank account set up specifically for Andrew and Naomi.
“I truly believe this will be a night of destiny for all who attend,” said Dowell. “We will all leave changed.” 

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