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Rylie Ludtke Benefit and Celebration of Life

Updated: 06/25/2014 10:59 AM
Created: 06/25/2014 10:51 AM WDIO.com

The Iron County community is rallying around a family who recently lost their daughter in an ATV accident.  Family and friends are planning a benefit and celebration of life event to help the young woman's family grieve and to raise money for costs involved with her death.  

Rylie Ludtke loved animals and being outdoors  Earlier this month 15-year-old Rylie died in an ATV accident near Hurley, Wisconsin.

Friends remember the teen as a smart, kind and caring kid. Now, the community is coming together to help her family by raising money to help with the costs of her unexpected death.

The event will feature a pulled pork sandwich plate sale, silent auction 50/50 raffle and more.

Help her family at the benefit and celebration of life Saturday, June 28 at the Burgers Bar & Grill (7 Nimikon Ave, Gile Wisconsin) starting at 11 a.m.

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