Selah restaurant raises money for missing 4-year-old’s family

SELAH, Wash. —  A Selah restaurant is doing its best to help in the search for missing 4-year-old Lucian Munguia by raising money for the family and encouraging community support.

Tailgaters Bar and Grill — located at Viking Village, 110 E. 3rd Ave. — is holding a silent auction, 50/50 raffle and a bake sale Thursday with all proceeds going to Lucian’s family.

The owner, Rich Goodall, said they want to make sure the family is supported while they continue to search for the little boy. He said Lucian’s father is an employee and his coworkers felt they needed to do something to help.

“The father is a wonderful human being; he is not only a loving dad, but a loving husband. He does nothing but talk about his family,” Goodall said. “So yeah, I would say that support them any way that you possible can. They’re really good people.”

At least 30 local businesses in the Yakima Valley area came together to make the event possible by donating items for the silent auction.

The family continues to ask for assistance in searching for 4-year-old Lucian and in distributing missing child flyers around town. For more information, visit the Finding Lucian page on Facebook or email


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