Sunday, February 20, 2000

Game honors Mason pair

Students killed in Nov. auto accident

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        MASON —— Two Mason High School students killed in a car accident will be honored during a charity basketball game tonight at the school.

        The public is invited to the Jordan Walker/Troy Mullikin Benefit Basketball Game at 7 p.m. The game will honor the two students, who were killed in a Nov. 24 accident on McClure Road.

        Money raised from admission to the game — adults $5 and students $3 — will go toward funeral and medical expenses. Mason student Kris Cathcart, who was an injured passenger in the accident, will also receive proceeds.

        Parking will be to the rear of the school, 770 S. Mason-Montgomery Road. For donation information call 459-7892.


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