SOUTH RANGE, WI – There will be a Jayme Closs Family Benefit Fund event happening this Saturday.
The community will come together to help Jayme Closs heal after the teenager escaped 88 days of captivity.
Last month the man convicted of kidnapping the 13-year-old and killing her parents, Jake Patterson, was sentenced to life in prison.
The fundraiser starts at 3 p.m. at the EZ Street Saloon in South Range.
All event proceeds will go directly to the Jayme Closs Benefit Fund, including 50% of bar sales.
You can also donate directly by sending a check to:
Jayme Closs Family Benefit Fund
PO Box 70
Barron, WI 54812