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Dinner With Josh Hutcherson Auction

Abby Marsh (WTVQ ABC 36 News)
Abby Marsh (WTVQ ABC 36 News)
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Updated: 8/11/2012 8:18 pm

Josh Hutcherson, actor in The Hunger Games, is helping out a fellow Kentuckian.

He’s raising money for Abby Marsh who was in a car crash in May that left paralyzed from the neck down.

The winners of five auctions will win dinner with the actor, who is originally from Union, Kentucky and attended the same high school as Marsh.

All of the money raised will go to the Abby Marsh Trust Fund.

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GMom100 - 8/12/2012 3:03 PM
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I think what Josh is doing is awesome! Not only is he donating dinner for 10 people, besides himself, he is giving of his TIME on the day that "The Hunger Games" is coming out on DVD/BlueRay! He is really one of the "good guys"! And I wish him best of luck with his raise for "Catching Fire". He deserves it!!
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