“The focus was kind of one-sided on the families that lost the guys,” said Leah Fine, fiancée of Grant McKee. “That’s really hard, but at the same time, we have a whole community that lost their homes and their well-being. They’re experiencing loss too.”
“It’s sort of like the families and the girls are finishing the job that our guys started,” she added.
The women have organized a benefit scheduled to kick off at 2 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Celtic Crossings, 1951 E. Highway 69, Prescott.
The family-friendly event is set to include live music from Yarnell’s Denise Roggio, and local band Road One South, a beer garden, raffle, and silent auction. Raffle items include cowboy art, custom jewelry from the Artful Eye, and an original painting from Newman Galleries. Scott McKee, father of Hotshot Grant McKee, is set to emcee the event…
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