ENTERPRISE VOLUNTEERS Members of Pine Hill Baptist Church in Enterprise and volunteers from Enterprise High School prepare plates Nov. 30 at the Enterprise Fire Department, where a benefit fish fry, rummage and bake sale was held for Cameron Turner.

By Staff
Turner, 3, is the son of Floyd and Crystal Turner of Enterprise. He was diagnosed in September with a rare disease, Langerhans cell histiocytosis.
From left are Johnny Speed, Elise Crawford, Krista Swink, Dana Parker, Jewel Everett and Dawn Freeman. The benefit raised $3,570 for Cameron's medical expenses. Sponsors said participants consumed 120 pounds of catfish, 20 pounds of hush puppies, 90 pounds of French fries, 60 pounds of potato salad, 13 gallons of cole slaw and 12 loaves of Texas toast.
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Dec. 10, 2002

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