COLQUITT CO., GA (WALB) - Folks in Colquitt County are coming together to raise funds for the families of the five best friends killed back in May.
Mo Town Customs has planned a memorial car show for Alicia Norman, Jones Pidcock, Jordan Croft, Jonathan Edwards and Reid Williams.
They were shot and killed inside their home on Rossman Dairy Road before it was set on fire.
Owner Sherry Evans said that they're having a car wash on Saturday, in an effort to raise funds for the car show scheduled on August 13.
"Please come get your cars washed, your trucks, your RVs, it doesn't matter. You have a semi? Pull it on in here," said Evans. "We'll get it cleaned up. Just donate so that we can help these families. You have to help us for us to help them."
All of the funds raised at the car show will go directly to the victim's families.
This Saturday's car wash will start at 8 a.m. at the Advance Auto Parts on First Avenue.
Anybody interested in becoming a vendor for the car show or would like to make a donation, can contact Sherry Evans at (229) 456-4381.