Mark your calendars for Friday, May 15. There will be a benefit concert for IHC Children’s Hospital, at the Virgin Valley High School Auditorium at 7 p.m. Supporting this concert helps children with cancer and local Boy Scout Brayton Tobler’s Eagle Project.
Brayton is a sophomore at VVHS. He has a passion for music and loves to share his gift to uplift and encourage others. The inspiration for this project was found from examples of loved ones in his own life. Several of his family members have either lost their battles with cancer or spent years overcoming the disease.
Admission to the concert is achieved by donating one of the following items desperately needed by the hospital: Play-Doh, Rattles, Legos, Fun Duct Tape, Bubbles, Manicure Kits, Super Heroes (no villains) and Star Stackers (baby toy stacker). All items must be new and unused to prevent germs and contamination to sick children.
Wal-Mart has agreed to help us by providing an end cap of the items in the toy section of the store. All of the toys will then be delivered to the Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. Brayton’s goal is to help spread some hope and joy for those struggling to overcome cancer. His motto for this is ”Sometimes, against all odds, against all logic, we still hope.”