Country music star Cody Johnson meets with Conroe shooting victim

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Country star Cody Johnson had a one-on-one meet and greet with Jamie Hogland, who survived being shot in the face in Stephenville, Texas.

A Conroe teen is still basking in the glow of Saturday night's show at RodeoHouston.

Jamie Hogland,19, was paralyzed after she was shot by a man at her off-campus apartment last December near Tarleton State University, outside Fort Worth.

The man later revealed he meant to shoot someone else.

Country star Cody Johnson surprised Hogland with a one-on-one meet and greet before his show on Saturday, and even promised to get her tickets for his next RodeoHouston show.

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Jamie Hogland is sharing her story of survival after being shot in the face at Tarleton State University.

Jamie gave Johnson a shirt from her support campaign that reads #JamieStrong.

A benefit for Hogland is planned for April 28 at the Splendora Assembly of God Church from 12 to 5 p.m. The benefit needs food donations and other preparation assistance.

You can call the church from (281) 689-6172 if you would like to help.

The family is also selling support t-shirts and they have a GoFundMe account.
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