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Community Comes Together To Support Ayla James & Family Of Gracie Snider

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SPOKANE, Wash.- Friends and family of Ayla James would like to thank the Spokane community for coming together to support Ayla James and Gracie Snider. The raffle fundraiser held on Sunday was a huge success and raised over $9,000 for Ayla's family. Ayla James is the ten-year-old girl who was injured in a tragic vehicle accident just a few weeks ago that killed her friend, Gracie Snider. Ayla remains in a coma, fighting for her life at Harborview Medical Center.

The raffle was held at the Albertsons grocery store near Wandermere on Sunday. Tickets were just $1 but people in the community contributed in ways much larger than just purchasing a raffle ticket.

600 raffle tickets and $330 were donated to Gracie's family and they ended up winning 10 different items from the raffle. .

The manager at Red Lobster personally bought 100 tickets and asked that the be given to Gracie's family. Ironically, Gracie's family won the two $25 gift cards to Red Lobster!

Olive Garden donated a $50 gift card as well but they also brought lunch not just to people at the Spokane fundraiser but also to the staff at Cooper & Evergreen where the girls went to school AND arranged for the Kirkland Olive Garden to bring lunch to Ayla's family and the entire 9th floor of Harborview Medical Center.

There was also a bake sale and all the baked goods were sold by donation only. According to a woman close to the James' family who helped organize the fundraiser, one couple picked out four baked goods and paid $1,300 for them!

There were the items that were raffled off for the fundraiser:

--Maid Naturally-3 hour house clean valued at $240

--Marsells Cakes-bake sale goodies

--Mary Kay basket

--Franks Diner- $20 GC

--Nails with Pzazz- spa pedicure

--The Onion- $25 GC

--McClains Pizzeria- 3 small pizzas

--O'Doherty's Irish Pub- $50 GC

--Lilac lanes - 10 free bowling tix

--Now & Zen Spa - 1 week unlimited spa services

--Spokane Humane Society- gift basket & free adoption

--Diana - 1 doz homemade tamales of choice

--Shari's Wandermere- pie & drinks

--Olive Garden-$50 GC

--Applebee's-$20 GC

--Pattisons-2 free skate passes

--Dutch Bros- $20 GC

--Back in touch massage- 50 min massage

--Costco- 2 large flower pots

--Dickeys BBQ Pit-4 free BBQ sandwiches

--Starbucks-cups & coffee tasting set

--Spokane Shock-4 tickets

--Chuck E Cheese-1 large pizza, 4 drinks, 40 tokens

--Baskin Robbins-Ice Cream Cake

--Wing Stop-100 pc Family Pack ($80 value)

--Shakeys-1 large pizza w 8pc Mojo (2 of these)

--Mackenzie River Pizza-Family 4 pack

--Chilis-$25 GC

--Red Lobster-$50 GC

--Golden Corral-2 buffets & drinks

--McDonalds-Birthday Party Package & 25 Happy Meals

--Main Touch Massage 60 min

--Main Touch Massage 60 min

--Main Touch Massage 60 min Thai

--Waverlys Coffee Gift Basket

--Perry St Brewery

--Stop n Go $20 GC

--Zips $25 GC

--Car Craft- Free Oil Change, $25 Applebee's, $25 Regal Cinemas

--Dutch Bro's-5 free coffee's, with mugs

--Kroc Center-1 family pass

--Kroc Center- 6 single passes

--Dicks Hamburger- Gift Basket

--Sunrise Coffee-$20 and 2 mugs w light up covers

--Italian kitchen $25 GC w a pasta basket.

--Candle & Lotion basket

--Five Guys- $25 GC

--Froyo Earth Wandermere-15, $5 GC


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