'Joshua's Birthday Bash' is held | News
It's hard to hear that your child has cancer, but Saturday night, hundreds of people showed up at the Goodwill Center in Macon to raise money to find a cure.
This is the fourth year for Joshua's Birthday Bash.
Founders Trent and Labrina Solomon say they are committed to saving children's lives after their son Joshua died from cancer.
Guests enjoyed dinner, dancing, and got to bid in a silent auction with more than 150 items.
13WMAZ's Ben Jones and Lorra Lynch-Jones hosted the event.
Trent Solomon says the first Birthday Bash had around 70 people, and this year brought about 300, which demonstrates the event's growth.
The money raised will go towards the St. Jude Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Center.