Friday, February 3, 2017
Benefit for Ethan Fain
Seven-year-old Ethan Fain was attacked by two pit bulls on Christmas Eve in his grandmother's yard in Atlanta. The dogs drug him over a fence into the dog owner's yard where they continued to attack him until his parents rescued him from the dogs.
Ethan had to have 300 stitches to his head, back, neck, and shoulders. One of his ears was completely ripped off, and doctors hope to reattach it. He spent 12 days in the hospital and still sees doctors, therapists, and specialists 2 to 3 times a week. It's expected to take up to 2 years for Ethan to make a full recovery.
Zion Hill Baptist Church is hosting a benefit for Ethan this Saturday, February 11th. It will start at 4pm with a spaghetti dinner in the Fellowship Hall, followed by a singing at 6pm in the church. The New Mercies, the Hayes Brothers, and Bethlehem Baptist Church Choir will be singing.
If you are unable to attend the benefit, the family has a GoFundMe account set up where you can make an online donation. Thank you and hope to see you there.
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