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Benefit slated for area man

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Tony Pendleton
BOWLING GREEN -- County citizens have planned a benefit hog roast for Bowling Green resident Tony Pendleton.

On July 28, Pendleton was seriously injured in a fall from a barn he was remodeling recently.

He was lifelined to Wishard Hospital, Indianapolis, with multiple fractures to his leg and face. He also had a crushed right eye socket and has had blood clots develop in his lungs and leg. He spent approximately 10 days at the hospital, but is now recuperating with family.

He is currently in intensive care and will be laid up for several weeks.

The event will take place from noon-4 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 22. Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for children 10-under.

Musical guests will include I Scream and Heist.

Other activities include a silent auction, bake sale and a 70/30 split raffle drawing.

A bounce house, popcorn, balloons, clown and face painting will also be available for children.

The event will take place at Fender's 4-Star Meat Processing, Inc., 1494 Rocky Hill Rd., Spencer.

The benefit has been scheduled to raise money for Pendleton's medical expenses. Additional donations may be made at the event or by sending checks to Tony Pendleton, PO Box 8, Bowling Green, Ind., 47833.

For more information regarding the benefit, call 765-412-0364 or 812-829-6359.

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Tony is a really good guy, I hope things start looking up for him soon.

-- Posted by Unsolicited opinion on Mon, Aug 17, 2009, at 5:03 PM

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