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Photos by: Thorney Lieberman
At the Pull For Hope event in McDowell County this past Saturday, a group of “Iron Men” from Welch, in teams of two at a time, pulled a school bus 2½ miles to raise money for 3 ill children. Those children include, Gabe Lester, who has Leukemia; Madison Justice, who has Rett Syndrome; and Matthew Short, who has Microcephally.
Photos by: Thorney Lieberman
At the Pull For Hope event in McDowell County this past Saturday, a group of “Iron Men” from Welch, in teams of two at a time, pulled a school bus 2½ miles to raise money for 3 ill children. Those children include, Gabe Lester, who has Leukemia; Madison Justice, who has Rett Syndrome; and Matthew Short, who has Microcephally.
Photos by: Thorney Lieberman
At the Pull For Hope event in McDowell County this past Saturday, a group of “Iron Men” from Welch, in teams of two at a time, pulled a school bus 2½ miles to raise money for 3 ill children. Those children include, Gabe Lester, who has Leukemia; Madison Justice, who has Rett Syndrome; and Matthew Short, who has Microcephally.
Photos by: Thorney Lieberman
At the Pull For Hope event in McDowell County this past Saturday, a group of “Iron Men” from Welch, in teams of two at a time, pulled a school bus 2½ miles to raise money for 3 ill children. Those children include, Gabe Lester, who has Leukemia; Madison Justice, who has Rett Syndrome; and Matthew Short, who has Microcephally.
Photos by: Thorney Lieberman
At the Pull For Hope event in McDowell County this past Saturday, a group of “Iron Men” from Welch, in teams of two at a time, pulled a school bus 2½ miles to raise money for 3 ill children. Those children include, Gabe Lester, who has Leukemia; Madison Justice, who has Rett Syndrome; and Matthew Short, who has Microcephally.

Photos by: Thorney Lieberman

At the Pull For Hope event in McDowell County this past Saturday, a group of “Iron Men” from Welch, in teams of two at a time, pulled a school bus 2½ miles to raise money for 3 ill children. Those children include, Gabe Lester, who has Leukemia; Madison Justice, who has Rett Syndrome; and Matthew Short, who has Microcephally.