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Habersham County, GA

Contributed by pkimbral, an ePodunk user.

June 11, 2008

 BENEFIT PAGEANT BEING HELD FOR JOE JOHNSON-June 21

It is to benefit Kassi's grandfather (Phyllis' father), Joe Johnson, who had a heart attack in March and had to have a triple by-pass. He was readmitted for congestive heart failure and fluid build up for another 9 days. He had no insurance coverage. He was out of work for 6 weeks, as well as his wife who had to take care of him. He was tested last week and told he has sleep aptnea and will need to be put on oxygen at night for the rest of his life. The hospital bills have really added up. So we thought we'd lend a helping hand and hold the benefit pageant for them. ALL proceeds go directly to Joe and Cindy Johnson to help with medical bills, medication, and other medical needs. Please come out and support the cause. These two people have always come to the assistance of anyone in need. And now, it's time to give them hand and we intend to do just that! Visit http://www.pageantsforfun.com/Benefit%20Pageants.html

 Pageant will be held at the Clegg Auditorium @ North Ga Tech in Clarkeville


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