Destiny Armstrong benefit basketball game raises $1,700 for family and Relay for Life

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The benefit basketball game for Destiny Armstrong and Relay for Life netted a total of $1,700, according to Lincoln County Middle School Principal Debbie Sims.

As planned, $850 will go to the Armstrong family and the remainder will go to Relay For Life. The $700 proceeds from the sale of T-shirts designed by middle school students will go to the Armstrongs as well.

Sims said she thanks the following people: Eric King of Stanford Eye Center and Eric Ralston of PBK Bank for coaching the basketball teams; the LCMS basketball players for playing; the student body for supporting the cause and participating; the Sixth Grade Center students and staff for participating; Jimmy Dyehouse and Don Story for refereeing; Ward Hart  of Hart Insurance for the music; Pepsi; Durham’s Grocery for donating candy bars; Papa John’s of Danville; Tim Godbey and LCHS for use of the gym; and Jon Smith and staff for organizing the event.”

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