Ride, concert to benefit families of teens killed or injured in wreck


The 4-Ever-Young Benefit Concert and Ride will take place Saturday.

Registration for the motorcycle ride and car cruise begins at 10 a.m. in the Seymour High School parking lot. The ride will begin at noon.

The cost is $15 for a single motorcycle rider, $20 for two riders or for vehicles and $10 for those wanting to ride a bus.

There will be stops at Crothersville High School and Brownstown Central High School with drinks and snacks provided at each stop.

The ride will end at Crossroads Community Park in downtown Seymour. Live music will be performed from 3 to 10 p.m. at the pavilion.

Those scheduled to perform are Eric Smith, Spare Change, Heather McGrath and Brad Cole, Cody Ikerd and the Sidewinders, Mama’s Headache, Replay, Open Throttle and These Fine Gentlemen.

There will be hot dogs and chips sold for $3 or barbecue, chips and pasta salad for $6.

People will have the opportunity to participate in raffles, a 50/50 and a silent auction. T-shirts will be available for purchase during the ride registration and at the park for $20.

All money raised will benefit the families of the four teenagers killed — Nevaeh Law, Jenna Helton, Martin Martinez and Brittany Watson — and those injured — Starlit Watson, Victoria Burchard, Victoria Valdivia, Allerika Henline and Courtney Arthur — in a car wreck Aug. 25 in Cortland.

Monetary donations can be made at any First Financial Bank location to the 4-Ever-Young Benefit account. Donated items to auction off can be dropped off at Brewskies Grub and Pub, On the Rox, Bubba’s Place or Resource Manufacturing in Seymour; Casey’s Cakes and Classes or Blake’s Place in Brownstownl or The Thirsty Sportsman in Crothersville.

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