Lexington Restaurant Hosts Benefit for Alex Johnson

Contributor: Lance Vaught
Set Text Size SmallSet Text Size MediumSet Text Size LargeSet Text Size X-Large
Share
Updated: 1/10 12:05 am
Putting up a billboard, setting up a Facebook page and distributing flyers around the area can cost both time and money when looking for a loved one. So, a Lexington restaurant is showing its support by holding a fundraiser to help find Alex Johnson.

On Thursday night, Mellow Mushroom is hosting a benefit in an effort to raise extra money in the search for Johnson, who has been missing since December 20. The event starts at 7 and will last until 11 at 503 South Upper Street.

The business will donate 15-percent of the day's proceeds to the Johnson family.

Johnson was a regular at Mellow Mushroom.

The Tallboys of Kentucky are slated to perform for the benefit.
Share
Most Popular
Four Injured In Head-On Crash In Lexington
Four people were injured in a crash on Alumni Drive on Wednesday night. Video Video
Lexington lawyer disbarred after fraud plea
A Lexington attorney facing federal prison time for fraud has been permanently disbarred by the Kentucky Supreme Court.
Officer In The Right Place At The Right Time
An officer doing a routine check at Thorntons helped catch a strong-arm robbery suspect on Thursday. Video Video
UPDATE: New Details On Accident During Ice Bucket Challenge
A statement released by the Campbellsville Police Department detailed what went wrong during Thursday morning's "Cold Water Plunge" at Campbellsville University. Video Video
Report: 3 Firefighters Hurt During Campbellsville University's "Ice Bucket Challenge"
ABC36 has learned that three firefighters were injured when the ladder to their fire truck reportedly touched a main power line during the Campbellsville University's "Ice Bucket Challenge" on Thursday.
Inergize Digital This site is hosted and managed by Inergize Digital.
   

WTVQ.com supports children's privacy rights. All persons under the age of 13 MUST have parental permission to use this website and direct parental supervision is strongly recommended.