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Superior Style & Sound benefit honors mechanic killed in accident

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Benefit honors mechanic killed in accident

Superior Style & Sound is hosting a benefit in honor of Vaughn Hayes, the 21-year-old mechanic who died last week after an 800-pound semitrailer truck transmission fell on him. The benefit will raise money for his 19-year-old widow, Katie, and the couple's two children, 2-year-old Courtney and a 4-month-old son also named Vaughn. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, there will be car washes, raffles, contests and prizes at the shop at 9529 State Road 52. For information visit Superior's Web site at www.superior4x4.com or call the shop at (727) 869-0530.

NEW PORT RICHEY

Church to stage concert fundraiser

Moon Lake Christian Fellowship is holding a fundraiser concert from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday. The nondenominational church needs to raise $10,000 to hook up its electricity and sewer and pay impact fees. These are the final steps in a decade-long quest to build a sanctuary for the 200-member congregation. Performing Saturday are the Country Air Gospel and Jimmy and Stevie. The concert is free, but donations are welcome. The church is at 10936 Moon Lake Road. For information, call Pastor Lad Dubovsky at (727) 505-4880.

PORT RICHEY

Theater's raffle to help SPCA

The Regal Hollywood 18 movie theater will provide free games and prizes from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 25 to collect donations for the SPCA and promote G-Force, the new Disney movie about spy guinea pigs trained in the martial arts (admission will still be charged for the movie). There will be a raffle for a gift basket with G-Force movie items in it, coupons for local businesses and more. In order to get a raffle ticket, children must bring an item to the theater to donate to the SPCA. The nonprofit animal shelter needs pet food, toys, treats, used-clean towels, blankets, and so on. The theater is at 6701 Cinema Dr., Port Richey. For show times and other information call (727) 862-9490.

Superior Style & Sound benefit honors mechanic killed in accident 07/08/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, July 8, 2009 9:42pm]
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