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Maze held in Region 8 every year to benefit the ill

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - A Jonesboro maze is known for always helping out those battling an illness and their families.

The Haunted House maze is located on 1616 Kathleen street in Jonesboro and will be open from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.  until Halloween.

This year, the maze helped raised money for Noah Cook a teen from Leachville battling Leukemia.

It was something the organizer, Jessie James Warren said he was happy to do.

"My sister in law heard about him", said Warren. "She comes and asked me what I thought about it and I told her I would try and see what I could do".

Click here to learn more about Cook's story.

 

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