Teen injured in Feb. wreck
Brittany Kirby, a 19-year-old Lebanon resident, was seriously injured at the hands of drunk driver in a February auto accident.
On Sept. 26, a host of friends and concerned Wilson Countians will host a fun-filled family carnival to raise funds to help with the enormous medical expenses Brittany has faced and continues to experience.
The carnival will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in the Turner Evans Building. A silent auction with donations from area merchants, autographed celebrity collectibles and Tennessee Ti¬tan tickets will highlight the day. Activities have been planned for all ages, including great food with homemade desserts, karaoke, a “fortune” teller and Texas Hold’em Poker. The younger set will enjoy an inflatable bounce, video games, duck pond, ball throws, shoot out, face painting, tattoos, hoopla, nail painting and an art table. The rowdier crowd can “Jail-a-Friend” and hope some nice folks raise bail money.
Those unable to attend the festivities are encouraged to make contributions to the Brittany Kirby Medical Fund at any area Bank of America.