Ormond businesses join to help local woman diagnosed with pancreatic cancer

Kim Sague, a mother and grandmother, has been a loyal Speedy Mart employee for seven years.

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  • | 1:00 p.m. May 20, 2023
Photo courtesy of Chinnapong/Adobe Stock
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Ormond Beach businesses are hosting an event on June 10 at SeaDrift Sports Bar and Grill to raise money for a local woman recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

The fundraiser for Kim Sague, who moved to the area in 1990, will feature a special dish for which 100% of the proceeds will be donated, according to a press release. 

The event will also include a 50/50 raffle and treats from local shops. A beloved mother and grandmother, Sague has been a loyal Speedy Mart employee for seven years.

Kim Sague. Courtesy photo

In addition to the event, Donnie’s Donuts is creating a special donut benefiting Sague. These will be available at Donnie’s Ormond Beach location June 1-10, and will also be available at the SeaDrift fundraiser. All proceeds from Donnie’s Donuts and the 50/50 raffle will go toward Sague’s care.

Rusty Wagon Redo Joint will organize a silent auction at the fundraiser, including original art and products from local stores such as Granada Surf Shop, and all of the proceeds will be donated.

“It’s so important for us to come together for our community in any way possible,” said Rochelle Cannon, founder of Rusty Wagon Redo Joint. “We hope there’s a great turnout, and we can really help our dear friend, Kim.” 


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