Jaeden Hart Benefit A Success - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/15/07

Jaeden Hart Benefit A Success

Organizers are calling the first ever Jaeden Hart Benefit a success. Close to 1,000 people attended the benefit held Saturday at 2309 North Frankford Avenue.

The benefit hosted by area paramedics, firefighters and business owners was held to help the family of 2-year-old Jaeden Hart with medical bills and final expenses.

You may recall, Jaeden died after suffering second degree burns to more than 50% of her body as a result of a fireworks accident.

Jaeden's parents both hope that this event will become an annual one to raise money for other families in the area who need support after a family tragedy.

7/14/07
Jaeden Hart Benefit
Jaeden Hart, tragically, lost her 2-year-old life in late June after suffering wounds from being burned by sparklers. Saturday as many as 40 area businesses along with six live music acts came together with one goal: to benefit the Hart family in their time of loss.

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