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April 4, 2014

Friends, family holding benefit for girl with inoperable brain tumor


“The whole Weatherford football team is going to be there and we’ll have the garage sale, face painting, things like that, and try to make as much money as possible,” family friend Tina Reyes said. “We really want the community to come together and just get as many people out there as possible.”

Anyone wishing to further contribute to Riley’s cause can donate at jars set up at Cici’s Pizza, 325 Adams Drive, No. 355, Weatherford, as well as Title Max. A fund at First Financial Bank has also been set up in the name of Mary Ellison for Riley Burris.

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