On April 27, the Pershing Avenue Christian Church is hosting a fundraiser dinner and bingo night for Boone senior Elizabeth Harrison.

Harrison was on of the victims of the tragic car accident on Feb. 6, that killed Laura Grant and Edward Culberhouse and left Elizabeth Harrison and Alisa Pelot in the intensive care unit at the Orlando Regional Healthcare Center. Also in the car were Conor Gies and Billy Keeton who walked away with minor injuries. Since the crash, the Boone community has stepped up to help those affected.

“Everyone was very giving of their time and brought us food and was very supportive,” Harrison said.

The dinner and bingo, at 2000 Pershing Ave., will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The spaghetti dinner will cost $10 and bingo will cost $5 for the first round and $2 for each additional round. DInner is available to-go. There will also be a silent auction and raffle.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Elizabeth Harrison Hospital Fund, which will help cover the medical expenses Harrison incurred while in intensive care.

“I hope [that the fundraiser] brings people together, even in bad times,” Harrison said.

To learn more about Harrison or donate to her fund, click the link below.

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