A fundraiser for a local boy suffering with schizencephaly will be held from 3 to 10 p.m. Saturday, June 11 at Kings Head British Pub, 6460 U.S. 1 North, in St. Augustine. Funds will go toward a dolphin therapy trip to Key Largo in August.
“The great folks at Kings head British pub have met my son Noah many times. He suffered a fetal stroke before birth and was not suppose to live one day,” explains his mom Tricia.
“He’s now 16 and he has brought awareness to his disorder called Schizencephaly. His is the most severe case (bilateral ) — meaning he’s missing areas on both hemispheres of the brain.”
The St. Augustine Swashbucklers will be at the event, and “Redcoat” soldiers will have a cannon. See more details about the event below.
“Noah has uncontrolled seizures, cannot walk and can only communicate via machines and smiles,” his mom said. “He’s a beautiful soul. We’re hoping to pull in some folks to raise the funds needed and to cover his trip.”
From Kings Head British Pub:
Please come and support us and celebrate the Queens birthday
We have tons of exciting stuff going on. Watch this space for more details.
We have PIRATES
We have REDCOATS
We have a CANNON!!!!!!!!!!!!
We have CAKE.
We have PRIZES
Grand Prize $500 cruise