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Metro restaurant internet hosting fundraiser benefiting toddler whose mother and father have been murdered – WSB-TV Channel 2

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WOODSTOCK, Ga. — A domestically owned restaurant in Cobb County is only one a part of a neighborhood rallying behind a 2-year-old whose mother and father have been shot and killed inside their Acworth residence.

Justin and Amber Hicks have been discovered useless inside their residence earlier this month. Their toddler son was discovered unhurt inside.

The neighborhood is rallying across the household to assist increase cash for funeral bills and bills related to elevating their son, Jacob.

The Your Pie places in Woodstock and Canton are holding a fundraiser on Thursday. A share of all gross sales will go to Jacob.

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“You must bear in mind, throughout actually attempting instances, that household is who you lean and depend upon,” Your Pie supervisor Amanda Seyden mentioned.

The enterprise is family-owned and operated. Amanda Seyden’s father, Arnie Seyden, owns the restaurant.

“When you have got one thing like that taking place in the neighborhood, it touches you,” mentioned Arnie Seyden.


The Seydens say they need the household to know that the neighborhood is there for them.

“Our hearts are with you. Our ideas are with you. Our prayers are with you,” Arnie Seyden mentioned.

Channel 2′s Chris Jose discovered on Monday that this isn’t the primary time the restaurant has helped out the household of a primary responder throughout a tragedy.

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In June, they hosted a fundraiser for the household of Holly Springs Officer Joe Burson, who was killed within the line of obligation.

Just like the neighborhood got here out and supported the Burson household, the Seydens hope the neighborhood will help the Hicks household and lift hundreds of {dollars} for Jacob’s Pathway Basis.

The profit will going down from 11 a.m. till 9 p.m. on Thursday.

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