After Losing Everything, Support Comes from All Directions for 18-Year-Old from Concordia

Concordia, Kan. — An 18-year-old from Concordia is feeling the full support of the communities she’s part of after a fire destroyed everything she owned last Friday.
Jentry Colp was at 15-24 Brewhouse in Clay Center, the night she lost all her belongings to a fire.

After learning of the disaster, her manager Rachael Brown stepped up and started a Go Fund Me page hoping to help lessen the loss. But with over half of the $5,000 goal already met, the generosity hasn’t stop there.

This Thursday also, 15-24 is donating all proceeds directly to Jentry. Brown added more than just money can be donated to help Jentry as well.

With all the support coming in, Brown commended the community saying she has been blown away by the support shown to Jentry so far.
Jonathan Lang covers state and local news for KFRM and KCLY. You can follow the KCLY or KFRM Facebook page for more stories.
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