McLean County Musicians Brave Extreme Cold to Camp for Kids
You might think they’re crazy. Honestly, they may be. But local musicians Heath Eric and Molly G. have decided to use Mother Nature’s record-breaking low temperatures to help raise awareness for tristate kids in winter need. Yep! Tonight, they’re not staying inside the warmth and protection of their Rumsey home. Heath and Molly are spending the night outside to “Camp for Kids.” And they’re asking YOU to like their Facebook page to help raise coats and funds for the Green River Outreach Family Resource Center in McLean County.
This is where Heath and Molly will be spending the night tonight and their ultimate goal is to simply make winter warmer for kids in Western Kentucky.
Here’s the deal. If Heath and Molly get over 500 LIKES on Facebook, they’ll purchase at least five winter coats and donate them to the Outreach Family Resource Center. If the duo gets 1,000 LIKES, they’ll donate their time and talents and perform a free community concert in the spring to help raise money for the center.
To read more about Heath and Molly’s sub-zero adventure and to LIKE the status, CLICK HERE!! Come on! Do it. They’re spending the night with wind chills in the -20′s. We can help them out and support their efforts.
And we hope to chat with the duo in the morning to find out how they managed to brave the night and Mother Nature’s winter wrath!
Good luck Heath and Molly. Stay safe. Stay warm! And keep up the brave and amazing work!