The tragic death of the Keslar’s 18-month-old twin boys has the community pulling together to help the family.
One month ago Eli and Silas Keslar drown in the canal, after what police believe was a freak accident.
A & A Towing’s Arlene Adams said, “It breaks my heart if I lost any of mine, I wouldn’t want to live, I would be devastated. A & A has arranged poker run to raise money for the Keslar family.
Adams said, “The people that we have asked have really opened their hearts and businesses and donated to give away as prizes.”
The Yuma Community has really come together to help, 100 percent of the proceeds will go directly to the Keslar family.
A & A Towing’s Trevor Seward said, “They lost their kids and I have four year daughter. If I lost her I would be broken and I couldn’t imagine losing two i just decided to help them out.”
Adams said, “I can’t imagine what the family is going through.”
The Keslar twins were taken far too soon. If you would like to help the family, you are invited to join in on the Poker Run this Sunday at A and A Towing at 9 am. They’re located at 14165 South Avenue 3 E.