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Sunday benefit set for Ashland man

Story By: Brad Francis



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  Original Published: 3/8/2013


From 1 to 5 p.m. this Sunday, friends and family members of lifelong Ashland businessman Rick Masters will hold the "Finish Strong"  benefit at Sorella's II Restaurant at 1505 Claremont Avenue to defray medical expenses for him.

Masters learned last year he had developed an astrocytoma brain tumor.

The benefit will include a silent auction, Chinese auction and guests are being asked to donate $15 and will receive 15 raffle tickets for a chance to win donated prizes.  A food buffet will be served, with pulled pork sandwiches, various salads and more.

Masters is the owner of Sorella's II and RAM Cleaning Services.  He's a former member of the Ashland County Fair Board and a member and former trustee at Ashland Elks Lodge 1360.


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