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Bardwell benefits set


BardwellGLENWOOD — Lauralee Bardwell, a recent Centerpoint graduate who was seriously injured in a car accident late month, has shown some signs of improvement.
According to Bardwell’s mother, Susan Cox, in a Facebook post last Sunday:
“Lauralee had a good night. They have watched her closely. They are treating all of the symptoms that are from the brain injury itself until her body can maintain itself. Praise God for answering prayers. We know Lauralee’s journey is going to long and difficult. We are going to rejoice and we are going cry at times. No matter the highs or the lows we are going to thank God for allowing us the opportunity to be with our sweet girl. Please continue to pray for her brain injury to heal and for her to have no deficits. Every measure taken so far to progress Lauralee can be revived when the time is right. Thank you each and everyone. God Bless.”
A “Hoops for Lauralee” 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament has been set for Saturday, June 27 at Centerpoint High School Gym with a $30 entry fee per team.
Participation open to grades 3-12 and “old timers division.”
Deadline to enter the tournament is June 23. Entry forms can be picked up at the St. Vincent Clinic in Glenwood or for more information call April Bright 870-223-1891 or 870-356-4821; Cortney Horn 870-828-9442 or 870-356-4821; Lisa Simpson 870-356-9176 or message her on Facebook.
Orders for “Prayers for Lauralee” t-shirts are also being taken. The shirt are $20 each, with the same contacts as listed above.
All proceeds from both campaigns will benefit Bardwell and her family.
Additionally, award winning local auctioneer Nick Fowler has announced a benefit dinner for Bardwell and her family on Saturday, July 25, 6:00 p.m. at the Centerpoint High School Cafeteria.
The Centerpoint FFA & AG Education Dept. will be providing, cooking and serving all the food for the event, and the Bear Creek Boys will provide musical entertainment.

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