Check presented to DARS Division for Blind Services

June 3, 2011

A check was presented to Division for Blind Services in Abilene by the Ridin' For Cash Bull Bash foundation. Shown are Matt Miles with Case and Cash Miles, Annie Miles and Stetson Rasberry, making the presentation to representatives of DBS. According to event coordinator Annie Miles, over 1,500 people that came through the front door of the Nolan County Coliseum for the event this year raising a total of $11,026. Last year, The Ridin' For Cash Bull Bash raised $5,714 that was used to purchase Braille books for local school libraries. This year, the money raised was donated to DBS in Abilene, an organization that helps the visually impaired. The money raised will be put into an account at DBS and when a child from Nolan or Fisher Counties needs anything, they will use the money to help them get it. The vent was created last year in honor of Laramie Cash Miles, who is visually impaired.

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