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While Rob Manzanares, the Los Alamos resident who made national headlines recently in his quest to get his 5-year-old daughter back after his ex-girlfriend had her illegally adopted by her brother and his family, has made great strides in accomplishing his goal, his fight is still not over.
Manzanares is now preparing to mount an appeal in the Colorado courts that would eventually reunite him with his daughter permanently.
And once again, the Los Alamos community is coming to his aid. Knowing that Manzanares has invested significant amounts of money ever since his legal battles began five years ago, a group of his fellow LANL employees have set a “Frito Pie Fundraiser” and raffle event for Father’s Day to help defray some of those costs.
Called “Bring My Daughter Home,” the event will be held at the Fuller Lodge this Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Besides munching down on some Frito pies, ($5 minimum donation) there will also be chances to win raffle prizes. Two dollars for a ticket, or $6 for 10, may get you a chance to win a $50 Outback restaurant gift card or a hand-made wood bench as well as other prizes.
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