by Shannon Cay
HARRISON, Ark. – The “iChoose Hope” Foundation, based in Harrison, is searching for three families in need.
Founder Rebecca Patterson says she and her husband started this not for profit group after tragedy struck the family:
In an annual bass fishing tournament called Fishing for Hope in May, Clay Maxey Ford partnered with the group to raise money. The not for profit uses that money to help local children, who schools identify as in need.
However, Patterson says they had so much success from the fishing tournament this year, the foundation would also like to help three other families:
Raised more than 12-thousand dollars for iChoose Hope. If you are interested in the foundation or want to see the results from the bass fishing tournament see below:
You can contact Rebecca Patterson at email@example.com or at (479) 445-3163.
Results of the tournament are as followed:
1st-Jason Davidson and Darren Tilly first place with 16.68
2nd-Ronnie curry and Mark Sanders second place with 14.76
3rd-Eric Blevins and Dustin Blevins third place with 14.71
4th-Tim Sherrill and Scott Boaz fourth place with 14.45
5th-Robbie Dodson fifth place with 14.39
6th-Kent Dodson and Barry Forbis sixth place with 13.99
7th-Jackie Austin and Johnny Austin seventh Place with 13.93
8th-John Griffith and partner ( no name available) eighth Place with 13.66
9th-Layne Mantz and Tommy Tobis ninth Place 12.92 AND Paul Brunson and Clayton Welch 9th place with 12.92 also