Bran­don Hall fundraiser off to good start

The Drumheller Mail - - REAL ESTATE - Mailphoto by Diane Thomas Diane Thomas The Drumheller Mail

A fundraiser has started for Bran­don Hall, a young Drumheller adult, suf­fer­ing with can­cer.

Spe­cially de­signed de­cals have been or­dered for the fundraiser and are avail­able with a do­na­tion, at Drumheller Chrysler, Chop Shop and in Rosedale they are avail­able at Top Rocker Mo­tor­cy­cle Gear.

De­cal fundraiser or­ga­nizer Jamie Wor­man, spoke with The Mail and said, “This is such a de­serv­ing fam­ily and 100% of the pro­ceeds will be do­nated di­rectly to the Hall fam­ily. I have known the fam­ily for many years, and Crys­tal, Bran­don’s mom, is al­ways the first per­son to lend a hand. They re­ally de­serve this fundraiser.”

On March 10, Top Rocker Mo­tor­cy­cle Gear owner Linda Buchamer, spoke with The Mail and said, “Af­ter see­ing the can­cer fight­ing de­cal on Wor­man’s Face­book page, I called him and said that th­ese would fit well with my store and au­di­ence.”

Buchamer said, “This dis­ease is one that hits re­ally close to home, as my hus­band Dar­rell is a six year can­cer sur­vivor. It only took an hour to or­ga­nize a se­cond fundraiser by hav­ing a poker run and evening event. The poker run in­for­ma­tion is on my Face­book site and I al­ready have over 100 hits. It will be held be on Satur­day, April 30, start­ing at 10:00 a.m. at the New­cas­tle Bar.”

Bran­don Hall af­ter re­ceiv­ing his first chemo­ther­apy ses­sion.

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