Alley 21 Benefit Raises more than $4,000


Alley 21 Restaurant and Grille co-owner Pam Bailey and Tim Priest, now with Southern Hills Community Bank, during one of the many prize raffles held Sunday for the benefit of the family of Toby Moore at Alley 21. Bailey told the Times-Gazette that the event raised over $4,000 to help with medical bills and final expenses in connection with the fatal traffic accident that took the life of the two year old on the afternoon of Sept. 16th.

Alley 21 Restaurant and Grille co-owner Pam Bailey and Tim Priest, now with Southern Hills Community Bank, during one of the many prize raffles held Sunday for the benefit of the family of Toby Moore at Alley 21. Bailey told the Times-Gazette that the event raised over $4,000 to help with medical bills and final expenses in connection with the fatal traffic accident that took the life of the two year old on the afternoon of Sept. 16th.


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Alley 21 Restaurant and Grille co-owner Pam Bailey and Tim Priest, now with Southern Hills Community Bank, during one of the many prize raffles held Sunday for the benefit of the family of Toby Moore at Alley 21. Bailey told the Times-Gazette that the event raised over $4,000 to help with medical bills and final expenses in connection with the fatal traffic accident that took the life of the two year old on the afternoon of Sept. 16th.

Alley 21 Restaurant and Grille co-owner Pam Bailey and Tim Priest, now with Southern Hills Community Bank, during one of the many prize raffles held Sunday for the benefit of the family of Toby Moore at Alley 21. Bailey told the Times-Gazette that the event raised over $4,000 to help with medical bills and final expenses in connection with the fatal traffic accident that took the life of the two year old on the afternoon of Sept. 16th.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/10/web1_pam-bailey-tim-priest.jpgAlley 21 Restaurant and Grille co-owner Pam Bailey and Tim Priest, now with Southern Hills Community Bank, during one of the many prize raffles held Sunday for the benefit of the family of Toby Moore at Alley 21. Bailey told the Times-Gazette that the event raised over $4,000 to help with medical bills and final expenses in connection with the fatal traffic accident that took the life of the two year old on the afternoon of Sept. 16th. Tim Colliver | The Times-Gazette