Skating event will help Jessie Price, Page High’s color guard director


Skating event will help Jessie Price, Page High’s color guard director

Magic Wheels Skate Center in Dickson, Tennessee, will be hosting “Rolling Over Cancer,” a benefit event for Jessie Price, the color guard director at Fred J.  Page High School in Franklin, on Sunday, October 27, 2018.

All proceeds go to helping Price in her fight against breast cancer, which she was recently diagnosed with.

The event is being organized by Benjamin Quesinberry of Nashville, a lifelong friend. Jessie Price is from Dickson and currently lives in White House, Tennessee, with her husband Nick and her daughter Berkley.

“Jessie is one of the best humans I have ever met, and without her I would not be even close to the person I am today,” Quesinberry said. “Aside from her impact on my personal life, Jessie is a color guard instructor in the Nashville area, including being and has worked with easily hundreds of middle school to college aged students. The positive impact she has on the Nashville area and it’s youth is immeasurable, and I’m trying to find ways that the community can now give back to her in her time of need.”

“Rolling Over Cancer” will start at 1 p.m. and end at 4 p.m., and admission is $20 for adults and $10 for children ages 12 and under. There will also be a silent auction with items including many themed gift baskets, home decor items, gift certificates for different types of professional services, and much more.

While Jessie was only recently diagnosed, the cost of cancer treatment and care has already taken its toll on her family, and it will only continue to do so. Attending “Rolling Over Cancer” is a great way to not only help support a fantastic cause but also to have a fun afternoon of skating.

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