The Houstons and Womacks Receive Caught in the Act Award
Mark Kapera, a teacher at Donnie Bickham Middle School in the Blanchard area, is battling cancer. While it's the battle of his life, he's comforted to know that friends and neighbors all over Northwest Louisiana are willing to fight alongside him!
Four of those people are Matt and Tuesday Houston AND Shane and Khryssy Womack. These four spent countless hours of blood, sweat and tears putting together a huge fundraiser to help aid Mark in his battle with the Big C.
And because of their efforts, Mark couldn't help but to nominate the Houston's and Womack's for the Kiss Country Caught in the Act Award. His appreciation shines through in his nomination letter.
Matt & Tuesday Houston, together with Khryssy & Shane Womack organized a fish-fry fundraiser for me and my family as a way to show their support while I begin cancer treatment. They found sponsors to donate all the food and materials, volunteers to sell tickets, drivers to deliver orders to schools and businesses, and they selflessly gave of themselves to lift us up. They gave hours and days, finally spending a day cooking and serving. Our community rallied together and kept them very busy, buying well over 500 fish plates. These are humble and kind folks who are doing God's work, and they are my personal heroes.
Matt, Tuesday, Khryssy and Shane, thank you for being an inspiration to us all and a big reason why this is the greatest place in America to live!
And because you've been "Caught in the Act" the gang at Silver Star Smokehouse and Silver Star Grille have a $100 Gift Certificate for you to come have dinner on them!
Take a listen to the phone call we made to Matt, to let him know that the foursome were this week's Caught In The Act Award recipients.