Caring Community
Caring Community

Over $25,000 was raised in a benefit golf tournament last Saturday on the Sulphur course to help the Eli Mize family. Eli’s wife, Paige, 28, left photo with children, Kendall and Kimber, has been diagnosed with Stage 4 inflammatory breast cancer. Pictured in the check presentation ceremonies, above right photo, are Haley and Jordan Barefoot, organizers of the tournament, Shawn Barefoot, Eli Mize and Luke and Bambi White.

Caring Community

Benefit Golf Tournament Raises Over $25,500 For Sulphur Family Coping With Cancer

The Sulphur community came together last Saturday to assist a local family struggling with cancer.

In May, Paige Mize was diagnosed with Stage 4 inflammatory breast cancer and is now having to travel back and forth to the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas for treatments.

The 28-year-old mother of two young girls, Kendall and Kimber, along with her husband, Eli, were uplifted last Saturday when sponsors of a benefit golf tournament along with donations from friends and family raised over $25,500 to help defray costs associated with her cancer treatment.

The benefit tournament was held on the Sulphur-Davis Elks Golf and Country Club course with a full field of 96 golfers, and was an example of how local citizens can come together in a time of need, said organizers Haley and Jordan Barefoot.







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