Kimball's Night For Amy A Success

Hundreds Attend Benefit For Special Project Coordinator Hurt In Motorycle Crash


February 7, 2019

Dakota Kuhns Western Nebraska Observer

Kimball showed its affection for Amy Sapp during the benefit for the motorcycle accident victim Saturday evening at Kimball Event Center. See other photo, Page A6.

An evening full of hugs, laughter, friends, family and fun all circled around one thing this past Saturday night.

It was a benefit for Amy Sapp, Kimball's special project coordinator.

Dakota Kuhns Western Nebraska Observer

Friends gather round Amy Sapp, seated at center, during her visit to the benefit in her honor Saturday at Kimball Event Center.

After Sapp was involved in a motorcycle accident early last month, many in the community came up with a plan to help her and turned to the big-hearted community of Kimball make it happen.

The evening kicked off with a social hour, as well as a silent auction followed by dinner and a live auction.

Hundreds of local community members filled the event center, as well as a few who have no relation to Sapp at all but understand the huge impact an accident like this can have on a family.

Her visit was short, but Sapp was able to make the trip home for her benefit. After numerous circles around the large room, thanking everyone for their help and support, it was time to say goodbye.

Sapp left by giving a message to remind everyone how amazing being a part of the the Kimball family is – and how lucky she is to be a part of it.


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