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PRAYERS FOR CHASE–



Students, faculty and staff at Milano ISD wore blue “Prayers for Chase” shirts on May 11 in honor of MHS senior Chase Ellison who was critically injured in an April 23 rollover accident in Robertson County that left a Franklin teenager dead. Ellison is still in the hospital and a lengthy recovery is expected. Proceeds from the shirt sales are going to the family to help with expenses. An account has been set up at First Star Bank in Hearne and a benefit is set from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 4 at Bethel Baptist Church in Hearne. For more information, contact Debbie Todd at 979-412-0408. 
Photos courtesy of Robertson County News Students, faculty and staff at Milano ISD wore blue “Prayers for Chase” shirts on May 11 in honor of MHS senior Chase Ellison who was critically injured in an April 23 rollover accident in Robertson County that left a Franklin teenager dead. Ellison is still in the hospital and a lengthy recovery is expected. Proceeds from the shirt sales are going to the family to help with expenses. An account has been set up at First Star Bank in Hearne and a benefit is set from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 4 at Bethel Baptist Church in Hearne. For more information, contact Debbie Todd at 979-412-0408. Photos courtesy of Robertson County News

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