BBQ chicken lunch benefits SF student Nicole Keys Feb. 2

BBQ chicken lunch benefits SF student Nicole Keys Feb. 2

Early Thanksgiving morning, Nicole Keys, a 19 year-old SF student, was involved in a severe car accident. She sustained a traumatic brain injury and other severe injuries. She was given a 15% chance to live and spent nearly two months in a coma in ICU.

Nicole is slowly emerging from her coma and continues to make incredible progress through intensive rehabilitation. Now in a rehab hospital, she spends several hours in multiple types of therapy each day. Neurosurgeons predict she will require more than a year of rehab. Nicole’s parents both work for Florida Corrections; Ty is a chaplain and Cindy is a teacher. Currently, the Keys’ insurance does not cover rehab expenses.

There will be a BBQ chicken lunch on Sunday Feb. 2 to help raise money for her family. The lunch will be held at 1st choice Urgent care in Jonesville (128 Northwest 137 Drive, Turn off of Newberry Road before you get to Publix) from 12:30-2 p.m.

Tickets are $10 and include 1/2 chicken, baked beans, Cole slaw and a roll.

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