Local couple Dustin Carr and Stephanie Brigle lost everything in a house fire May 14. In
addition to losing nearly all of their personal belongings and their home, they lost their
beloved dog, Major.
Family and friends have come together to organize a benefit for them. Because Dustin
is a veteran, the Bryan AMVETS, located at 222 Paige St. in Bryan, will host the event,
which starts at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 8.
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Guests can enjoy a donation dinner and a live auction, as well as other games and
events throughout the day. Tickets are also available for at least two $500 cash
drawings. Entertainment is being donated by the Northwest Ohio Fire Troupe and DJ
Donations of cash, gift certificates and auction items are being accepted at the Amvets
to help this young couple get back on their feet.
For more information, contact Todd Brown at 419-553-0414 or Scott and Jen Brigle at
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