Community to hold hamburger lunch benefitting deputy that lost home to fire

JEFFERSON, Texas (KETK) – The community in Marion County is rallying around Deputy Chuck Rogers, who lost his home to a fire.

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The community will host a lunch to benefit him and his family later this week.

Deputy Rogers and his family had lost their home to a fire earlier in March. A hamburger lunch is being put on by the community in Jefferson at the Transportation and Visitors Center on Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to benefit the Rogers’.

They will reportedly be collecting donations for the Rogers’ at the lunch to help them rebuild what they have lost.

“Photographs and bibles, we had a family bible from my great grandmother that was well over 120 years old,” Rogers told KETK.

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