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Hester family to help on Nick House

BY ANDRES FOCIL
Hester family to help on Nick House

FAYETTEVILLE — University of Arkansas women’s golf coach Kelley Hester and her husband, Trey, are lending their support to the "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" project going on in Alma, Ark., this week. Hester’s husband, Trey’s company, Central Redi-Mix, donated concrete the project and the Lady’Back skipper is lending a hand to the renovation. "I’m excited to help out," said Hester. "It’s always great to donate your time to a worthy event like this. The Nick family has done so much for others and it’s nice to be able to give them something in return." The Hester family will be working on the Nick house Wednesday night beginning at 11:00 p.m., and work through the evening until 5:00 a.m. The "Extreme Makeover" team selected the Nick family for the new home after learning of Colleen Nick’s ongoing search for her missing daughter, Morgan, who disappeared from an Alma ballpark several year’s ago. Nick and her family have never given up the search and have helped countless others in their fight to bring missing children home again. The two-hour "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" special airs on ABC July 10.



Sports Category : Golf (W)