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Sun, Nov 14


6459 Cunningham Creek Road

Benefit for Jared Robords

Cider Creek Hard Cider is holding a Benefit for Jared Robords who was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer.

Benefit for Jared Robords
Benefit for Jared Robords

Time & Location

Nov 14, 2021, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

6459 Cunningham Creek Road, Canisteo, NY 14823

About the Event

Cider Creek Hard Cider is holding a Benefit for Jared Robords who was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 Lung Cancer.

Events for the Day:

Live Music by John Wetherbee

Chinese Auction - prizes pulled at 3p

Pulled Pork BBQ Dinner by Millner's Southern Smoke *$10 Tickets* pre-sale only must be purchased by Nov 9th. Food will only be served if you have a pre-purchased ticket. You can purchase a ticket here. 

Raffle by Louie's Gun Shop. $10 Tickets pre-sale and at the event. MUST be able to pass Federal Background Check

  • Mossberg 835 12GA Turkey Combo or $350 Cash
  • Charter Arms 44SP Revolver or $275 Cash
  • Howa 1500 6.5 Cred Rifle or $350 Cash

If you can't come to the benefit but you'd still like to help, DONATE TODAY -

Jared's Story, from Kevin Collins - ABC Ranch 

For those of you who know Jared, know he has a heart of gold. He is that person that would do anything for anybody at any time. No matter the time or place. You would also know that Jared is a very hard worker and dedicated to his job. In nearly a decade working for us, he has never missed 1 day of work. That says a lot, especially in today's age. Jared has always been the one to help others, no matter the ask. This time, Jared & his family need help from us....

On October 12, 2021 - Jared Robords was diagnosed with Stage IV Lung Cancer after being admitted to Strong Memorial Hospital for what was thought to be Pneumonia... Jared has a long road ahead of him and his fight is just about to begin. Medically, emotionally, & financially. Jared is a devoted family man. Jared has a wife, Samantha, & three boys, Timothy, Patrick, & William, whom he loves more than life itself.

Jared came into our lives nearly a decade ago. My Father, Dr. A. Byron Collins, hired Jared part time to work on our cattle farm, A.B.C. Ranch. He also worked at Cider Creek during their infancy to help on the bottling line, or whatever was needed. My Father quickly saw Jared's value from his work ethic & passion for working with cattle. Soon after, he was hired to be a full time cattle hand on our Farm. A couple years after he was hired, my Brother, Chip Collins, died unexpectedly from a massive heart attack. Jared quickly stepped up and took on the role of Farm Manager for our Cattle Farm.

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