A community rallying together to help a family say good bye to a loved one.
The Cheryl Allen Southside Community Center is spear heading an effort to raise funds to help with funeral costs for the family of Clarence Robinson, Junior. Robinson was killed in a motorcycle accident last Wednesday at the age of 19. He had no insurance and the family is struggling with funeral costs.
The community came together at a vigil last Thursday to support the family emotionally and now director of the center, Vicki Shurelds, hopes the community will support the family financially.
If you would like to help the Robinson family you can drop off a donation at the Cheryl Allen Center at 1802 South Central Avenue with a check or money order made out to Jones/Clark Funeral Home.