It was a night of celebration, a night of giving.

Some of the county's best performers turned out last night at Arnoldsburg, for a special benefit for infant Jordan Falls, son of Jeremy Falls and Lisa Atkinson.

Little Jordan has been facing a major health crisis in the first few months of his life, said grandfather Rick Falls. His wait on a liver transplant list was short, said Rick. "By the grace of God and thousands of prayers, a liver was found within four days," he said. "That was unheard of."

Jordan is progressing well in a Cincinnati, Ohio Hospital.

The McBrides belt out the gospel music

Dink and Buck McCumbers visit before performance

The community building was filled for benefit

Musician and Jordan's granddad Rick Falls play with group

The McBrides of Grantsville, Buck McCumbers and Company of Parkersburg and the Level Land Band of Columbus, Ohio and several other groups performed before a large crowd at the Arnoldsburg Community Building last night.

The members of the Falls family are well-known to county musicians. "It was heartwarming to see the support given them for the child," said a benefit attendee. "This is what is wonderful about living in Calhoun."

A large dinner was served to those attending, and items were raffled. Money raised by the benefit will help with family expenses, including traveling back and forth to the hospital.

Local folks dance during the celebration

Adoration of the child

Buck McCumber's (left) tuning up with friends


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