June 7, 2019 - A BBQ, Bake Sale, and Raffle benefit for Shelby County Judge Allison Harbison is set for Friday, June 7th at 11am at Raymond Motor Company.
There will be plates which include BBQ chicken sandwich, chips, pickles, sliced onion and a drink for $8.
There will be baked items for sale at the benefit along with a lemonade stand.
A live benefit raffle will also be at the event.
Raffle tickets are $20 each or 6 for $100. Big raffle items are a Women's basket valued at $1,500 and a Men's basket valued at $1,500. The women's basket includes a Louis Vuitton Graceful PM in Damier Ebene print and various gifts. The men's basket includes Browning .308 rifle and various gifts. Also, there are multiple individual raffles. For raffle tickets, contact Heather Harbison at 936-590-2055, Summer and John Koltonski, or Carriston Hendricks.
The Harbison family would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their generous donations: Ray Jones Chevrolet - oil change; Hughes Florist - large candle; ACE Hardware - Yeti Roadie cooler; Raymond Motor Company - 2 oil changes; Center Glass - gift certificate; The Century Shoppe - 2 gift certificates; Jasper Corbell Loft - CA Jewelry; Ivan Smith Furniture - clock; White Cottage - gift basket; Lasting Impressions - makeup bag set and Kendra Scott earrings; Mooney's Emporium - candle and car scent set; Southern Seasons - jar of pickles, necklace, candle melts; Payne & Payne Home and Suchlike - notepad set; Elite Hair Design - T-shirt, cap, wet brush, hair product set; Covington Lumber - air and refrigerator purifiers; Napa Auto Parts - race car transporter; The Balcony - bath set; Wright Chrysler Dodge Jeep - 2 oil changes; Southern Lemonade - gift certificate; Double J Bar-B-Que; Parker Package Store - whiskey basket; Blake Furniture - home decor items; McAdams Propane - fish cooker; Pink Anchor Embroidery - monogram towels set; Philip Crelia - Day Bass Fishing trip to Rayburn Lake; and Sanford and Sons - engraved boulder valued at $500.
On April 1 Allison Harbison had a seizure. She was transported to Tyler by helicopter and the doctors found a brain bleed. She stayed at Christus Mother Frances in Tyler from April 1 to April 15, with most of her hospital stay being spent in ICU. She returned home and was making good progress when she had another seizure in April 26. She was again transported by helicopter to Tyler and the doctors discovered an aneurysm. Because of the size and type of aneurysm the doctors transferred her to UT Southwestern in Dallas on April 27. On April 28 the doctors were able to repair the aneurysm by placing a pipeline in her brain. As of now she is making steady progress but she is still in ICU in Dallas. Allison and her family would like to thank everyone for their prayers and support.
Judge Harbison has been a dedicated public servant of Shelby County since 2001. She was County Clerk for 14 years and has been County Judge since 2015.