Comedy show fundraiser to benefit Bielke family

www.dylanandcolton.bbnow.org/Courtesy<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Dylan Bielke, left, and his brother, Colton Hagemyer Bielke, died April 22 in a car accident on Highway 68.

www.dylanandcolton.bbnow.org/Courtesy<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Dylan Bielke, left, and his brother, Colton Hagemyer Bielke, died April 22 in a car accident on Highway 68.

KINGMAN - Organizers are holding a comedy show fundraiser Saturday to benefit the family of two brothers who died in a car accident last month.

Dylan Ray Tyrell Bielke, 19, and Colton Malone Hagemyer Bielke, 3, died April 22 in a car accident on Highway 68 in Golden Valley.

Friends said Bielke had just dropped off his young son in Bullhead City and picked up his baby brother before heading home to Kingman when the accident occurred.

Saturday's show is billed as "clean comedy" for families and will include magic from the Amazing Captain Stoopid.

Former Kingman resident and comedienne Amy Blackwell, who now lives in Phoenix and recently opened for Elayne Boosler, helped organize the show. She will also perform her comedy based on everyday observations from her life.

"I don't have a lot of money but at least by doing this we can do something for the family," she said.

Reggie Rice of Journey Church will serve as host. The show will start at 7 p.m. Saturday at College Park Baptist/Church on College Park, 1990 Jagerson Ave.

A suggested cash donation of $10 can be made at the door. Seating is limited to the first 200 people. For more information on the show, call Blackwell at (520) 456-6776.

Donations can also be made at www.dylanandcolton.bbnow.org or by contacting Journey Church at (928) 757-4520.