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SunRay Park to Hold Benefit for Kenneth Moore
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SunRay Park Racetrack and Casino in Farmington, New Mexico, will host a benefit dinner and silent auction for the family of the late Kenneth “Puff” Moore on Saturday, April 27.

The dinner will be held in the track's High Desert Club, located on the top floor of the grandstand building.

A New Mexico native and a familiar face around the state's racetracks, Moore was an assistant starter who was killed in a gate accident at Hialeah Park in January. Proceeds from the dinner and silent auction will benefit Moore's wife, Skeeter, and their three children.

Donors to the auction will be recognized in the event program, and the items they donate will be on display throughout the event.

“By donating an item, you will be making a contribution that will directly benefit Kenny's children and support SunRay Park's objective – to commemorate the life of Kenneth Moore,” said SunRay Park director of racing Lonnie Barber.

If you would like to contribute to the auction or make a donation, contact SunRay Park marketing manager Tony Montano at (505) 566-1200. Track management requests that all donated items be received or are ready to be picked up by Monday, April 22.

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