Worden UMC plans jambalaya dinner benefit for two Baldwin families
Worden United Methodist Church will have a benefit jambalaya dinner to benefit the Ogden and Ingram families of Baldwin City.
The dinner will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Worden U.M.C, four miles west of Baldwin Junction on U.S. Highway 56.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from free will donations will be split equally between the two families. Dinner will include fresh made jambalaya (made by a born-and-raised Cajun), white beans, corn bread and, of course, dessert.
These two families both suffered emotionally and financially tragic life changing events last Monday and need all the support and prayers they can get.
Molly Joyce Ogden, a sophomore at Baldwin High School and daughter of Brad and Alison Ogden, remains in the University of Kansas Medical Center after suffering a stroke will preparing for school the morning of Nov. 5.
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