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By Christian Jennings - bio | email

August 11, 2008

SYLVESTER, GA (WALB) -

More support continues to pour in for a South Georgia boy attacked by a dog last month. Five year old Larry Pullen Jr. was attacked in the face by his neighbor's pit pull in TyTy. You can still see scars on his face, but he's recovering. His family though is struggling to pay for his medical bills and trips to see doctors in Macon. The community has been pitching in to help, and now a local gospel singing group is also stepping in.

Faith by Grace is holding a benefit concert this Saturday. The free concert will take place in Sylvester at New Hope Full Gospel Baptist Church at 7pm. The Pullen family will be in attendance and several offerings will be taken up for Little Larry.

If you want to know more about how you can donate, contact Faith by Grace at 229-886-1155 or email the group at fbg2007@yahoo.com.

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