Local Cookouts Aim to Help Parker Man in Need of Transplant

Local Cookouts Aim to Help Parker Man in Need of Transplant

A series of summer cookouts in Cottonwood are planned in order to help a Parker man who is in need of an organ transplant.

 

According to the Parker Chronicle, Alan Lammle’s wife, Amy Simons, organized the events as a way to help raise some funds for the travel and lodging expenses associated with getting the transplant.

 

The first barbecue was held on June 14 at Cottonwood East Park, and others are set for July 12 and Aug. 9 at the same park. Local businesses like Texas Roadhouse and Firehouse Subs are also chipping in with donations and auction items.

 

If you would like to help, contact Simons at 303-220-1320 or amy@amyjanesimons.com, or go to this fundraising account.

 

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This local update courtesy of your Parker Community Expert.

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