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Karaoke Night Fundraiser for Parker Tuck and Adam

Rhythms Spa and Wellness Center
Event organized by Rhythms Spa and Wellness Center

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Join the Tuck family at Rhythms Spa and Wellness Center in their venue room for a night of Karaoke where all proceeds will go toward helping Parker Tuck (10 year old) bring home his Service Dog forever.

Parker has a rare seizure disorder called PNES and it s resistant to any types of medications. Having this dog will mean a lot to the family and give Parker some of his independence back. Parker also rocks the autism spectrum!

Parker has been working with his service dog since about a year ago and its finally time to bring the dog he named Adam home. The family needs to raise between $2500 and $3000 in order to make this happen.

There will be music of course but there will also be a silent auction and 50/50 raffle opportunities as well.

The family is looking for LOCAL businesses to help donate auction items so if you or someone you know can help please reach out to the Tuck family.

The cover charge is $10 per person to get into the door and of course a silent auctions plus there will big deals for 50/50 raffle tickets.

If you can not attend the event and would still like to donate to this cause you can do so at gofundme.com/parkertuck

Any support or help is greatly appreciated by the Tuck Family. Bringing Adam home is doing so much to help our little guy out with his seizures.

October 2016 I (Allison) got a phone call from Parker's school telling me had a seizure and asking if he had history. I was at work and half way out the door with no explanation by the time I had hung up the phone. I got the school and Parker could not walk and bearly talk. It took several hospital visits and finally a hospitalization at Brenners and another test at Levine Childrens Hospital to find out exactly what was causing the seizures and how to move forward and function with this diagnosis. Parker was out of school most of his third grade year and was on home bound education in which his teachers were absolutely wonderful and got him caught up quickly upon his return to school. Parker still does not go to school on a normal schedule and most things in his life and our family life are not normal but we manage. God is good is all I can say!

We hope to see you at the event and show Parker just how many people support him and Adam as a team!