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This profile was last updated on 10/15/08  and contains information from public web pages.

Ms. Rachel Widomski

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  • bachelors , fine arts
    THE Ohio State University
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A GATE COLLECTION will be held ...
www.uaw1112.com, 15 Oct 2008 [cached]
A GATE COLLECTION will be held on Tuesday, 10-21-2008 for Rachel Widomski. achel was victim of a hit and run driver. She is a OSU student and has to have extensive hospitalization and rehabilitation. All monies donated will be sent to her Medical Trust Fund.
Restaurant Widow: Other Than Food
www.restaurantwidow.com [cached]
An Update on Rachel Widomski & Julie Liu
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The reason I'm saying all of this is because Rachel and her family, regardless of their prior financial situation, need help.
Just for example: a (server) friend of mine had a heart attack last year. He didn't have insurance. He was back to waiting table 2 weeks later, and then received his bill in the mail: $115,000. Yes, the bill for a heart attack is nearly as much as my house. All he could do was laugh about it - "what am I supposed to do with this? Put it on the fridge?!"
My friend Kelly, also a server, who donated a kidney earlier this year, was not provided any sort of disability. She had to save enough money to pay her bills for the month she was going to be out of work so that she could save her ex-boyfriend's life.
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Bartender, artist, and OSU student Rachel Widomski has suffered severe spinal cord injuries. While she has displayed remarkable strength throughout the ordeal, Rachel will be permanently paralyzed as a result of her injuries. Her rehabilitation will be extensive due to the severity of the spinal cord injuries.
The Rachel Widomski Medical Care Trust has been set up at Huntington Bank. Anyone may make donations in person or mail checks to any Huntington Bank branch. Online donations are being accepted at www.haikuhelp.com. Paul Liu, co-owner of Haiku and husband of Julie Liu, states that "even though Julie's condition is not certain at this time, I would like to place our focus on Rachel" in reference to fundraising and benefit efforts.
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Rachel is a native of Youngstown, Ohio. She has been in Columbus 6 years. She had recently begun pursuit of a bachelors in fine arts at The Ohio State University. Her parents and family have come to be by her side to help her through this inconceivably difficult time. The community is rallying to help the family manage the challenge of costs related to lodging, food and travel. Hotel rooms, dining certificates and cash donations are vital. Rachel's prognosis indicates she will be hospitalized for months. She will need the support of her family close at hand to face the challenges that await her.
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In response to this catastrophic event, friends and family of Rachel and Julie are planning a three-day series of benefit events that will raise money to help assist the victims and their families throughout their recovery.
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1. Tip Drive: Through her work at Haiku, Rachel was a "family member" of both the Short North Arts District and the restaurant community.
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2. Artwork Silent Auction: Rachel studied art at The Ohio State University and is herself a budding Ohio artist. Rachel's, Julie's, and Haiku's impact on the arts community will be demonstrated through a silent auction of local artist's works. This will be held at The Art Exchange (17 E. Brickel Street in the Short North). All proceeds from the auction will be donated to the recovery fund. Full details will be posted at haikuhelp.com and shortnorth.org beginning May 29.
3. A Place of Reflection: The storefront at 650 N. High Street will be transformed into an elegant showcase of the two women's lives. This is a place where visitors can reflect, write letters to Julie and Rachel, read updates about their recovery progress, and learn how to make contributions to the fund.
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This website will also be an ongoing source of information about the recovery of both Julie and Rachel, and a calendar of planned events to continue the support efforts well into the future.
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Thursday night, in an incomprehensible act of senseless violence, Haiku owner Julie Liu and Haiku server Rachel Widomski were purposefully run over by a diner who ran out on his check.
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According to the Dispatch, Ms Liu is in serious condition and Ms Widomski is in critical condition - very serious, from what I understand from her friends.
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I do not know Rachel Widomski, but as a professional server, I can tell you that most of us either have no insurance, or have very little.
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Please pray/send good thoughts/energy/whatever your method of choice, for Julie and especially Rachel, who is facing possibly life-threatening injuriess.
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Rachel is an emerging artist whose work was featured in Haiku.
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So Julie and Rachel, please know our thoughts are with you, and we wish you nothing but full recoveries.
Deliberatepixel / Benefit for Columbus's Rachel Widomski
www.deliberatepixel.com, 1 Jan 2008 [cached]
Benefit for Columbus's Rachel Widomski Deliberatepixel / Benefit for Columbus's Rachel Widomski Deliberatepixel
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Benefit for Columbus's Rachel Widomski 26 May 08 / add a comment
On May 15, in the Short North arts district of Columbus, Julie Liu, co-owner of Haiku restaurant, and Rachel Widomski, a bartender at Haiku, were purposely hit and injured by the car of a Haiku patron who had run out on his check.
Community Rallies to Aid Hit-and-Run Victims
www.italianvillage.org, 10 Aug 2008 [cached]
Bartender, artist, and OSU student Rachel Widomski has suffered severe spinal cord injuries. While she has displayed remarkable strength throughout the ordeal, Rachel will be permanently paralyzed as a result of her injuries. Her rehabilitation will be extensive due to the severity of the spinal cord injuries.
The Rachel Widomski Medical Care Trust has been set up at Huntington Bank. Anyone may make donations in person or mail checks to any Huntington Bank branch. Online donations are being accepted at www.haikuhelp.com. Paul Liu, co-owner of Haiku and husband of Julie Liu, states that "even though Julie's condition is not certain at this time, I would like to place our focus on Rachel" in reference to fundraising and benefit efforts.
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Rachel is a native of Youngstown, Ohio. She has been in Columbus 6 years. She had recently begun pursuit of a bachelors in fine arts at The Ohio State University. Her parents and family have come to be by her side to help her through this inconceivably difficult time. The community is rallying to help the family manage the challenge of costs related to lodging, food and travel. Hotel rooms, dining certificates and cash donations are vital. Rachel's prognosis indicates she will be hospitalized for months. She will need the support of her family close at hand to face the challenges that await her.
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In response to this catastrophic event, friends and family of Rachel and Julie are planning a three-day series of benefit events that will raise money to help assist the victims and their families throughout their recovery.
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1. Tip Drive: Through her work at Haiku, Rachel was a "family member" of both the Short North Arts District and the restaurant community.
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2. Artwork Silent Auction: Rachel studied art at The Ohio State University and is herself a budding Ohio artist. Rachel's, Julie's, and Haiku's impact on the arts community will be demonstrated through a silent auction of local artist's works.
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This is a place where visitors can reflect, write letters to Julie and Rachel, read updates about their recovery progress, and learn how to make contributions to the fund.
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In addition to visiting Huntington Bank to contribute to Rachel's trust fund, concerned citizens can also make contributions online at www.haikuhelp.com. This website will also be an ongoing source of information about the recovery of both Julie and Rachel, and a calendar of planned events to continue the support efforts well into the future.
Request for help: Rachel ...
makenna.sattelect.com, 21 June 2008 [cached]
Request for help: Rachel Widomski is a 28-year-old Ohio State art student who was a bartender at Haiku restaurant and also BlueFish and Paul Liu??s restaurant in Columbus.A couple weeks ago, Rachel was severely injured in a horrible crime when a mhttp://theutubeblog.com/2008/06/05/please-support-the-rachel-widomski-medical-trust/
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