Thursday, November 20, 2014
UPDATE: Sunday's Benefit For Kody Moved To Community Building
(UPDATED 11/20, 11 a.m.) -- One thing special about Dorchester is the community always comes together to help its families -- especially when they're facing a tragic loss.
Recently, six-year-old Kody Krapp, son of Chad and DHS graduate Kelly (Krivohlavek) Krapp of Gretna, had and extended stay of 26 days in intensive care following complications from open-heart surgery. Many of our readers know the Krivohlaveks and how stressful this was on the family.
Last week, on Nov. 6, things took a very sad turn as Kody passed away. The family is now facing incredible medical bills.
To help the family out at this difficult time, a benefit will be held in Dorchester next Sunday, Nov. 23, to honor the life of this wonderful six-year-old and his family.
The benefit has been moved to the Dorchester Community Building and Legion Hall due to overwhelming support. The event will still take place from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. (See the Lincoln Journal Star's coverage here. And see 10/11 News' coverage here.)
There will also be a silent auction. Please contact Pam Fuller at 402-946-4051 if you have silent auction things or leave items at Donna's Hair Creations in Dorchester.
For more, see the Facebook page set up for this event.
Please come and support Kody's family. If you can not attend, donations can be made at any Pinnacle Bank under "The Kody Krapp Benefit."