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May 5, 2014

Haley House benefit May 17

CUMBERLAND — A benefit for Haley House, a local 8 year old fighting a brain tumor, will be held May 17 from 4 to 10 p.m. in the multipurpose building of the Allegany County Fairgrounds.

House is currently going through her second round of radiation and chemotherapy. She is the daughter of Jen and Buddy House and was first diagnosed in January 2013.

The benefit will feature live music, food, kids activities, an auction and raffles.

Bands scheduled to perform include the Travis Minnick Band at 4 p.m.; Hot Sauce Willie; Beaner McKinley Project; 33 and 1/3; Ol’ Buzzard Band and Time Flies.

Price of admission includes food and non-alcoholic beverages. Draft beer will be available for purchase after 8 p.m.

Kids under 12 will be admitted free. From 4 to 8 p.m., activities geared toward children will include bounce houses, a magician, shimmer tattoos, face painting and crazy hair.

Additionally, a raffle is being held that features more than a dozen prizes donated by local businesses. The drawing is May 12 and tickets can be purchased May 7 and 9 in the Lane Center at Frostburg State University from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or at Thomas Hyundai Subaru at the receptionist desk.

To read Haley’s story, visit For more on the benefit, visit

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