Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Fund-raising dance set for Feb. 17 to aid former resident's infant son
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 15 Feb 2006, p. 8

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The past few months have been difficult for former Georgetown resident Craig Moore and his wife Debbie as their nine-month-old son has battled one complication after another following heart surgery last November. The couple's son, Jacob, under went the surgery to repair a hole in his heart and tightened pulmonary valve at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children. He was expected to only spend a couple of weeks in hospital, but that turned into more than 12 weeks as he struggled through setback after setback. In an effort to help the couple cope with the costs associated with travel, accommodation and meals while visiting their son, who is still in hospital, friends and family are holding a fund-raising dance and silent auction Friday, Feb. 17, 7 p.m., at Waterdown Legion Hall. Tickets for the dance are $15 per person and can be purchased at the door or by contacting Tracy Cary at 905-877-8704 or Angela Damaia at 905-667-1234. There will be a deejay, raffles, a silent auction, 50/50 draw, games and light buffet served at 11 p.m. Damaia has also set up a special "Jacob's Fight" account at CIBC bank in Waterdown. Donations can be made to the account number 88-55935 and transit num ber 01762.

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15 Feb 2006
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Moore, Jacob ; Moore, Craig ; Moore, Debbie ; Cary, Tracy ; Damaia, Angela
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Fund-raising dance set for Feb. 17 to aid former resident's infant son