Cole's Army - Silent Auction Event
Helping Cole Paddle Home...
June 24th 3:00-7:00pm
400 block of 10th Street- Manhattan Beach
Food * Drinks * Entertainment * Silent Auction
On June 24th I will have the pleasure of being a part of a silent auction, hosted by a non-profit organization helping Cole Barras through rehabilitation. I welcome all my South Bay fans, who are interested in bidding, or just would like to support the cause, to come out and be a part of this event. I will be auctioning off a Free Portrait Photography Session, along with a Portrait Collections Package. There will be many more items/services up for auction, be sure to come join us...you might just find the price is right! All the money earned will be donated 100% to Cole's Army, in hopes of helping Cole paddle home. For more information, please read the flyer down below. If you cannot make it to this event, you can also make direct donations here. Every little bit helps this very deserving cause. Thank you!
Cole Barras is a lifelong South Bay/Manhattan Beach resident. He enjoyed all the things that living in Manhattan Beach brings. Riding skateboards, El Sombrero, Manhattan Pizzeria, Noah’s Bagels, Jamba Juice and Jr. Lifeguards. He graduated from MBMS and then on to Mira Costa where he spent three years on the surf team and graduated in 2010. Cole’s dream was to go to college in Hawaii and in 2011 he was accepted to University of Hawaii, Maui College. Then, in the early hours of Oct. 28, 2011, his life was shattered! While visiting Oahu, Cole was involved in a horrible car accident where he sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury that left him in a coma. Cole has been in rehab for four months and works very hard in his daily therapy. He has just started to talk and has made it very clear that he wants to come home to Manhattan Beach!! His recovery from a Traumatic Brain Injury is long and uncertain and this continues to be the longest and most difficult “paddle” of Cole’s life. Please consider joining us for:
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