This Sunday, July 10, breakfast is going to be the most important meal of the day and many days to come! A benefit brunch for liver transplant recipient Jason Jurgens will be held at the Wilmot Community Center from 10 am until 1 pm. Enjoy scrambled eggs, pancakes, French toast, biscuits and gravy, muffins, and fresh fruit. Bring your free-will offering and your family and friends. A silent auction will also be conducted for prizes. Bid on one of two pork bundles donated by Ol’ Mill Meats, a $200 beef bundle donated by the Corona Fire Department, or a Wheeler Tank wildlife firepit ring — a $300 value.
Jason is a 1993 graduate of MHS of Milbank. He has endured a journey of cancer, chemo, complications and a liver transplant. He continues to need weekly lab work and travels to Sioux Falls at least once a month for medical appointments.
Until recently, Jason was employed at Unzen Motors as the parts and service manager. He has been a member of the Corona Fire Department and a member of the Sons of the American Legion.
Jason’s wife, Kathy; his sons, Troy, Brock, and Wyatt; his parents, Tim and Donna Jurgens; and his siblings, Michele, Kim, and Chris thank everyone in the area for their support and the organizations and individuals who have donated to helped or to organize the benefit brunch.
Not able to attend the brunch? Want to help Jason and his family? Make your monetary gift at First Interstate Bank in Milbank.