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Generosity at community fundraiser brings in $15,000 to help Myers

Gun safe winner Cindy Talley pays it forward


March 21, 2018

Aimee Bryan

Josh Myers, his wife Kay-Leigh and son Xander said they were overwhelmed at the generosity of the community at a benefit to help him as he battles cancer.

Everyone always talks about how the people in small towns come together and do great things. Well, the fundraiser to help 30-year-old Josh Myers who has battled cancer was a perfect example of that.

A Mexican fiesta, live and silent auction at the Plum Thickett in Kiowa, Kansas, on March 11 surpassed expectations. Thanks to the generosity of so many, the event raised about $15,000 for Myers. He and his wife Kay-Leigh reside in Kiowa with their son Xander, a sixth grader. A South Barber graduate, Myers is employed with Bryan Chevrolet, but was unable to work much lately. In December he endur...

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