Share a fun night with your son! The night will be filled with dinner, photobooths, desserts, a gametruck, a scavenger hunt, and a gaga ball tournament! Boys may be accompanied by Mom, Grandma, Aunt, or any other mother figure. Proceeds to benefit Hudson Abbott – check out his story below! #huddiestrong #reachingoutmovingforward
Available online (credit card) – button below – or in the church office M-Th, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (cash or check)
Dress: Come ready to play some games! Wear your tennis shoes and be comfortable!
Doors open at 5:45 PM
We need event volunteers for our Game Night! If you would like to serve during the event, please register below. Volunteer Areas include ticket takers, serving food, drinks, and desserts.
Contact Abbi Puckett for questions or more information: email@example.com
The Abbott family learned some indescribable news this week that no parent/sister/grandparent/family/friend would ever want to hear. Sweet Hudson was diagnosed with T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. It began about 5 weeks ago with a swollen lymph node. Bloodwork was drawn and prayers were sent that it would just be a bacterial infection. Hudson was referred to a surgeon and began an antibiotic after all bloodwork came back negative. On the antibiotic for almost a week, the swelling was not reducing and the swollen lymph nodes actually began to get bigger. Jennifer and Brandon took Hudson on Monday, December 3 back to Children’s hospital and Hudson underwent an unplanned surgery to remove the swollen lymph nodes. Then were sent home to wait for answers and pray again it was just a bacterial infection. On Wednesday afternoon, they received a call from the surgeon and it was not the news they were hoping for. Sweet, handsome, smart, vivacious Hudson would be admitted right away to undergo more tests/procedures and begin chemo treatments.