Benefit helps burn victim

Saturday, June 18, 2016
Theresa Bowman, Linda Corbus and local 4-H members present A $1,250 check to Matthew Dodge following a benefit to raise money to help cover medical expenses for his wife, Shelly Dodge, who was seriously burned in a farm accident in mid-April.

by Tim Bondy

Mountain Home News

Local residents came together to last week to help a family in need by organizing and participating in a fund raiser and charity auction event.

The $1,250 raised during the June 4 event was presented to Matthew Dodge, the husband of Shelly Dodge, who was electrocuted and seriously burned while working on their family farm April 18.

She sustained the injuries while moving a ...

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