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Tuesday, 14 February 2017 12:46

BBQ lunch fundraiser to support RRHS coach Macdaniels

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A BBQ sandwich bag lunch fundraiser is planned to help Roanoke Rapids High School Athletic Director/Head football coach Eric Mcdaniels.

McDaniels, who has been hospitalized for a week is in stable condition at Wake Med in Raleigh according to family and is scheduled for surgery Thursday.

Friends of Roanoke Rapids High School Football are coming together to host this lunch fundraiser to support coach McDaniels with his medical expenses.

The Bag lunch will be held Friday February 24th from 11 AM-1 PM at the ProBuild parking lot on East 10th street in Roanoke Rapids.

For the $8 donation, you will receive 2 BBQ sandwiches, chips and drink.

Tickets are available at Chris Canady State Farm, RRHS Assistant principle office, GW Hux Insurance agency Roanoke Avenue, First Media Radio-WPTM in Weldon or by calling Ken Hux @ 673-7203 or Glenn Medlin @ 3082142.

You can send Donations to Friends of Roanoke Rapids Football, Coach Mac.; to Roanoke Rapids High School, 536 Hamilton Street, Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 27870

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