Mollie Tibbetts Memorial Run to raise money for Xavior Harrelson

Updated: 9:40 p.m. CDT August 22, 2021

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Yes mm. Yes not shy and an extremely sociable laugh and just a lover of life. Very curious. Um. Yes sir. Yes, people told me that she was a wonderful mother figure to their friends, um, and I know that one day she was looking forward to it. Mmm. Yes, everyone thinks their daughter is extraordinary, and so am I, I think Molly is extraordinary. Uh huh Mali is one of the most caring people you will ever meet. He’s a great hardworking worker, it doesn’t matter, the situation is supposed to put itself in second place but not have to support anywhere else. Before that, Molly was a very happy person. She was always very educative and very supportive of everyone, she always wanted to make sure they were happy and smiling. Everyone has their own dancing talent, that’s one of the best things to be good at. Um. Mmm. Yes.

Mollie Tibbetts Memorial Run to raise money for Xavior Harrelson

Updated: 9:40 p.m. CDT August 22, 2021

An annual event honoring the life of Mollie Tibbetts will aid in yet another high-profile search in Poweshiek County. The fourth annual Mollie Tibbetts Memorial Run begins on September 26th at 8:30 a.m. in the parking lot of the BGM school. The 5-mile race raises funds in Tibbetts’ memory. This year, half of the funds will go to the University of Iowa’s Stead Children’s Hospital. The other half will help find 11-year-old Xavior Harrelson. Xavior disappeared from his Montezuma home in May. The money raised during the race will be donated to the Find Xavior Harrelson Fund, which has already raised $ 36,000.

An annual event in honor of the life of Mollie Tibbetts will help with another high profile search in Poweshiek County.

The fourth year Mollie Tibbetts Memorial Run The starting shot will be given on September 26th at 8:30 a.m. in the parking lot of the BGM school.

The 5-mile race raises funds in memory of Tibbetts. This year, half of the funds will go to the University of Iowa’s Stead Children’s Hospital.

The other half is used to find 11 year olds Xavior Harrelson.

Xavior disappeared from his Montezuma home in May.

The money raised during the race will be donated to the Find Xavior Harrelson Fund, which has already raised $ 36,000.